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Surgery and Hospitalization

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Ask questions here about surgical procedures, minor and major, and the hospital stays that follow.
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toothpaste, i know it sound stupid but if you rub toothpaste on theaffected area it reduces pain up to 90%.
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Knee replacement surgery is most commonly performed in people withadvanced osteoarthritis and should be considered when conservativetreatments have been exhausted. Total knee replacement is also anoption to correct significant knee joint or bone trauma in youngpatients. Similarly, total knee...
The trachea is often called the windpipe. The trachea (windpipe) isthe tube that connects your mouth and nose to your lungs. It goeson to divide into the two airways (the right bronchus and the leftbronchus, together called bronchi), which supply air to each lung.The trachea is in the neck and lies...
Nope.It's a surgical incision into the skull. The area's differ depending on the goal of the surgery. Source - Air Force Surgical Tech No, it is an incision in the head.
Checking on you after your procedure
As, the technology development has been much better at present thanpast years.so, the chances of death in cholecytitis surgery is veryvery low.
meh not really ANSWER It depends on your opinion of high standards of education. It has a 9% acceptance rate, so it could be said to be hard to get into. I bet the last poster is a prodigy if he/she thought it was "meh, not really." ANSWER i agree with the person above me and i think that...
The surgeon's operational experience and the conference attended byhim are the significnt extra in a surgeon's resume.
Average Hourly Pay: $77.24. Average Annual Salary: $160,660. The above is too low.
After knee replacement surgery, as the time passes and adoption ofcorrect exercise for your knee, LC returns to normal. However, onecan suffer from pain.
Yes there may be. You need to see your Doctor.
Sounds like tonsillitis, I recommend that you go to your doctor and they will prescribe antibiotics to get rid of the infection, if it comes back multiple times the doctor might recommend that you have them removed, I know from experience I had it three times before the doctor sent me to a ear, nose...
Surgeon will say; though 1 week off followed by a month of taking it easy should be sufficient.
My years as a corporate litigation paralegal precluded myopportunity to ever gain any experience working in Worker'sCompensation law firms. I would refer the prospective client to atrusted attorney practicing as a specialty in that field.
Yes, tubes have been known to come untied without surgery forreversal. This is extremely rare however and doesn't happen often.
wash hands regularly especially after toilet and before handling food. practice reasonable cleanliness personally and in your surroundings. You also need to make sure you are washing your hands after coughing or sneezing..regarless if it touched your hands or not.. if you are sick..try not to touch...
It is a procedure that destroys the uterine lining or endometrium.
\nAbsolutely. It is the largest and thickest long bone, meaning more blood supply. However, most patients survive upon prompt EMS response. A traction splint is usually used in this event, which helps control the pain and bleeding, by realigning the bone.
The clamps on your tubal ligation are supposed to last a lifetime. If problems occur sometimes they have to be removed to correct a problem. That is not a common occurrance.
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Cytolysis is a surgical procedure to selectively denervate thebladder. It can be used to treat intractable interstitial cystitisor for an uninhibited neurogenic bladder.
Basic spine/spinal surgery in India is achieve at over hundreds ofhospitals in India and success rate for this treatment at leadinghospitals is outstanding. India offers the world's second-largestpool of patients because of dedicated multidisciplinary teams,latest and innovative technologies, 24 X 7...
Though there could be multiple reasons behind this, and a real-timeexamination of the patient is required to make a proper diagnosis,a probable cause could be the compression of the venous network ofthe hip region involved in the surgery, due to which the venousreturn of the ankles and legs, which...
There is no sub-specialty for pediatrics within oral and maxillofacial surgery. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons would be the ones who treat peds pts. 4-years undergrad to attain bachelors, 4-years dental school, then a 4-6 year residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery. Total of 10-12 years post...
Production of egg is possible with one ovary, for sure. It does notresult into any degree of infertility. However, due to hysterectomyhaving been performed, though the egg shall still be produced, itcannot get implanted and no fertilization either, so pregnancy isnot possible and the lady cannot...
It's important to see a board certified plastic surgeon for thisprocedure. I would recommend a facial plastic surgeon to you because of theirextensive experience and training in nasal surgery.
Neuroplasty is the surgical repair of a nerve. neur/o = nerve -plasty = surgical repair
Pack it with ice. The cold will repel the blood.
The dose for Prograf (Tacrolimus) is decided on blood concentration - i.e via a blood test. The concentration of Prograf in your bloodsteam is very variable between patients, as it's based on bodyweight, whether you eat at the same time as taking the drug, what you eat, what other drugs you are on...
In December 1981 at age 27 while piloting a small plane on a sight seeing tour of Mount McKinley, the plane crashed. Ed was stranded for five days and four nights. On the third night Ed and Mike Clouser (the other survivor) had to readjust Pat Scallon (who died shortly after). Anyway during the...
Each college has a curriculum that is particular to itself. That being said, typically the courses that you can expect will be as follows: . Human Anatomy and Physiology I . Human anatomy and Physiology II . Microbiology . Chemistry for Allied Health. (It should include inorganic, organic and...
over 1,000,000 dollars be very dificult to tear the skin and not hurt the knee cap
ABSOLUTELY!!! I have actually done this myself and it's terrifying. There is a foundation that studies individuals that have had this experience. If you have do this, I recommend you notify your doctor in advance of any surgery or procedure so then can make sure you stay sedated.. USA TODAY had...
Depends on your age younger the better,as your tonsils get larger and more embedded, so surgery is very painful if older .very..
Non-elective surgery is surgery which is not preplanned - i.e it is emergency surgery for immediately life threatening conditions such as appendicitis, heart-bypasses, surgery necessitated by someone having a stroke etc... As far as I'm aware, nobody has ever necessitated 'emergency' laser eye...
For the majority of people who are in the military there are two options. Traditional Laser-Assisted in situ Keratomileusis (LASIK) or Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK).. The short answer is PRK. The long answer follows: LASIK is a procedure in which the cornea has a small flap cut into it using...
I think you mean by omission. Medical malpractice is defined as professional negligence by act or omission by a medical professional. This would include a doctor who fails to catch signs of cancer; a nurse practitioner who misdiagnoses an ailment or a nurse who does not respond to troublesome vital...
yes, of course. you can take anything you like.
heart surgeons use pacemakers to control the beats in the human body
The thickest skin on the body is found is on the palms of your hands and on the soles of your feet. About 4mm.
Hysterectomy is a major operation in which the woman's uterus isremoved. Although no other health issues a woman faces after thesurgery but a recurring pain is a matter of discomfort for her evenlong after surgery. Sometimes, the pain can be very severe, henceit should be cured by using The Wurn...
It is difficult to say without seeing it in person. It would be best to call the orthopaedic surgeon who preformed the surgery and see if it warrants further evaluation.
This could probably be a result of some secondary infection causedduring the surgical procedure.
People with PKU are more likely to have fair skin, light hair, and blue eyes due to the lack of pigment but in general look no different than you, me, or anyone else.
tissue forceps, dissecting scissors, scalpel handle,rochester-ochner forceps, retractor, sponge forceps, clamp
It's called uvulopalatopharyngoplasty. You'll be unconscious the whole time, and the pain lasts anywhere for a couple days up to a couple weeks after. It's tolerable pain though.
Nothing; they give you the injection and that's it. It may be alittle sore for a day or two but that's it.
Sure makes walking a chore. S'about it, though.
Yes, though I have had trouble finding links of the extent.
I don't believe it is, but it is still in experimental stages. Genetically modified animal organs have not yet been used for human transplants. Thus the legality has not yet been tested. However there does not seem any real reason for it to be illegal; the organ only affects one person (not like a...
For this. you first need to do a 5 year MBBS course in a registeredmedical college, followed by a 3 year course of post graduation ingeneral surgery. Now you become a general surgeon. Now you doanother 3 year course of super specialisation to finally become acardiac surgeon.
you had a tkr done by a dodgy surgeon and he did not do it properly, that's why you are suffering, just like me, now awaiting a revision.
Eyelid surgery is calls blepharoplasty, and can be either upper or lower eyelid surgery, or both. Blepharoplasty is frequently combined with other procedures such as Botox Cosmetic or a facelift.
They work together to hold the bone.
Rescection of the cornual end of the uterus to remove the corneal pregnancy ,it is one type of a surgical treatment of the corneal or interstitial pregnancy or in a simle form incise the cornual end and remove the pregnancy
Orthopedic surgery often uses metal pins. The materials used inthese pins (and other hardware) include stainless steel andtitanium alloys.
Conventionally, fallopian tubes are not removed during a partialhysterectomy. However, if the patient demands, or if the surgeonfinds it necessary, removal of fallopian tubes along with theuterus is possible(done in cases of possible risks of malignancy).Not done generally.
no, if anything you'll lose weight because you don't eat for 5 days.
Animal to human organ transplantation does not work. However if the animals' organs have been genetically altered to be suited to organ transplantation, then it is a realistic alternative to using human organs, which are always in short supply.
it's not dnc. it's d and c meaning dilation and curettage.
No more menstrual cycles, no chances of getting pregnant, lack offemale hormones-estrogens and progesterone, hot flashes, heatintolerance, mood swings, irritability and few others.
Any procedure has risks. Risk of anaesthetic is very small in healthy patients and the risks will increase due to age and pre existing medical conditions
The amount of hours an Orthopaedic Surgeon works varies, depending on his or her workload, Operations, Clinics, Aftercare Clinics, etc.
Small insetine, liver, stomach, gall bladder
For this. you first need to do a 5 year MBBS course in a registeredmedical college, followed by a 3 year course of post graduation ingeneral surgery. Now you become a general surgeon. Now you doanother 3 year course of super specialisation to finally become asurgeon with some specialistion .
Surgical instruments and/or clamps.
A typical workplace environment for a surgeon is in a hospitalsetting. Some surgeons also practice in private offices. Theyusually work with nurses, receptionists, and lab assistants.
I don't know about individual doctors, but the Johns Hopkins Hospital has a clinic that specializes in modifications of abnormal people - popularily called Freaks. This does not imply the prestigious University Hospital is some kind of Carnival Freak House!
You are fertile right after until the hormones have settled but should wait at least 4 months until trying to get pregnant again to try to avoid miscarriage.
A surgery doctor is a doctor who performs surgery in a specific area.
You are not supposed to take birth control pills when you are pregnant.
You'll have pain when moving your shoulder. The injury could worsen and nerve damage could be possible.
I had partial hesterocty two weeks ago and now running fever 99.3
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That is not correct. I have known patients to survive 20 years after a complete thyroidectomy. They faithfully took the prescribed medication and lived right.
Read the policy. If you cannot figure it out, call the local medicaid office and ask.
The blender is your best friend. When I got mine out I blended normal foods. I blended my pasta. The is a but off but it tastes the same. Really the tonsil thing should not put you back too much its normal foods after like 4 days. I guess if you are opposed to blending just anything you can eat...
Mandatory Medical Malpractice Insurance? No, No state mandates that a Doctor carry malpractice insurance nor any kind of insurance at all related to their profession. Recent polls as of 2009 indicate that as much as 60 percent of private practitioners no longer purchase Medical Malpractice...
there is no harm if proper precautions take during surgery to avoid infection
Yes there may be some discharge after a hysterectomy which willbecome lighter in colour as your wounds heal. If you meant by thequestion will you menstruate then no as your uterus will have beenremoved.
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I'm not sure what you mean by "risking the lives of healty patients", since no healthy patient will need an organ transplant, and the 'donor' is definatly not 'healthy' - unless you're referring only to living donor organ transplants? In which case if the donor is 'willing' and 'healthy' the surgery...