... operations took place, an increase of 19 percent over
the previous year.  Most surgeons break the ... operation. A patient who is more than 50 percent over
his or her ideal weight must first drop as many ... lift or abdominoplasty. Excess skin hanging down over
the pubic region is often the distorting feature ...
... been accorded gradually higher status and respect over
the last century, and they have been entrusted ... Family practitioners are usually able to treat over
90% of all complaints without referring to ... for most of the improvements in health worldwide over
the last century or so, including: increasing ...
High Frequency Ventilation
... to occur.
One major causative factor is the over
stretching of the airways and alveoli . During ... those areas that are relatively normal will be over
inflated. These areas will become over
distended and injured. This may be reduced by ...
... in the Human Genome Project . Research findings over
the past decade, or so, in biomedical research ... drug is a product capable of achieving sales of over
$1 billion per annum. The pharmaceutical industry ... very few new, unique, therapeutics have emerged over
the past decade.
Many established branded ...
Swank Multiple Sclerosis Diet
... since 1948 .
Swank's research on 144 patients over
a 34 year period was published in one of the ... any significant deterioration of their condition over
a 34 year period. Conversely, those that did not follow the diet did significantly deteriorate over
the same period. More recent articles, have shown ...
... place of formal instruction can be a mistake, and over
reliance on a decision-making tool can lead to ... A wide variety of similar systems have sprung up over
the last decade. In 1990, the term "telephone ... However, we know that less experience results in over
triage (Patel, 1996), while increased experience ...
Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program
... Watch, which is the U.S. and coalition enforcement of the no-fly-zone over
Southern Iraq. Payhurst, from Virginia Beach, Va., is a Navy hospital ... , filed on behalf of six unnamed plaintiffs, revived the legal battle over
the military’s mandatory anthrax immunization program. According to court ...
... that sticks directly on the sore, delivering time-released medication over
A box of CankerMelts
Active ingredient Glycyrrhiza extract ( licorice ) has been used for over
4000 years as an herbal remedy, including use in Traditional Chinese ...
European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition
... as well as other chronic diseases, such as cardiovascular disease . With over
half a million participants, it is the largest study of diet and disease ... with cancers and respiratory diseases .
Up to 2004, there were over
26,000 new cases of cancer recorded among participants, with the most ...
... tendons in the hand (or sometimes feet). The size of the cyst can vary over
time, often becoming more inflamed if irritated. It is most frequently ... nerves.
Frequently, the cysts will disappear over
time, so in cases of small cysts that do not cause other symptoms, no ...
... treatment has differed in Europe and North America and has risen over
the last 4 decades.  .
Most of the children treated have been ... unacceptable by parents and doctors has become substantially taller over
the last few decades. Very few boys have ever been treated for excessive ...
... , and histiocytic and mast cell neoplasms. Hematopathologists from all over
the world have agreed on a standard classification system, called the " ... Fortunately, treatment of both types of leukemia has improved greatly over
the past few decades. Lymphomas are diseases that are mainly based in ...
... resurgence of interest and debate relating to neuropsychiatry in acedemia over
the last decade. E.g.:
Yodofsky S. C., & Hales E.H (2002). ... this was the case. Psychiatry departed the union preferring ideology over
empiricism , including very environmentally-based aetiology as well as ...
Artificial induction of immunity
... and generalised the process and then arranged to propagate cowpox for therapeutic use and he is credited with the discovery.  Vaccination took over
Jenner, like all members of the Royal Society in those days, was an empiricist . The theory to support further advances in ...
Babies switched at birth
^ Martin Guggenheim (2005). What's Wrong With Children's Rights? . Harvard University Press, 56. ISBN 0674017218 .
^ " 2 MOMS SUING over
SONS SWITCHED AT BIRTH ", The Deseret News , 1995 - 08-22 .
^ Associated Press . " Damages awarded after babies switched ", The ...
Canadian Health Libraries Association
... was to remove the capitalisation from the proposed name “in case a better name is suggested”!
The ad hoc committee continued their discussions over
the summer of 1976 and accepted further suggestions and comments from the community. It met for the last time on 4th October 1976 and agreed that ...
... will modify your single semantic representation of your dog.
Some researchers believe that episodic memories are refined into semantic memories over
time. In this process, most of the episodic information about a particular event is generalized and the context of the specific events is lost. One ...
... patients comparing that procedure to fat injections, Dr. Moelleken in one test found an average of ten to 15 percent of injected fat surviving over
the long term whereas transplanting live fat via surgery resulted in a 75 percent survival rate.
^ Neuber, F. ...
... of a full body CT scan is the relatively high doses of radiation.  Conventional CT scanners may expose patients to 10 mSv of radiation, or over
a hundred times that of a chest x-ray.  However, the radiation risk of CT scanners used for screening may be less than this, and depends upon ...
While the procedure is currently used far less frequently, the surgeon began the procedure by making one, long incision running from ear to ear over
the top of the head through the hairline. The surgeon lifted the skin and muscles upwards and free from the bone, pulled the tissues up toward the ...
... , also commonly called Stomach pump or Gastric irrigation , is the process of cleaning out the contents of the stomach . It has been used for over
200 years as a means of eliminating poisons from the stomach. Such devices are normally used on a person who has ingested a poison or overdosed ...
Healthy People 2010
... plan that is composed of 467 specific objectives, 28 goals, and two overarching goals to be achieved by 2010.
National data has been gathered from over
190 sources, seven Federal Government Departments, and many voluntary and private non-governmental organizations. Ten leading health indicators ...
... Morgagni (1682-1771). His magnum opus , De Sedibus et Causis Morborum per Anatomem Indagatis , published in 1761, describes the findings of over
600 partial and complete autopsies, organised anatomically and methodically correlated with the symptoms exhibited by the patients prior to their ...
Medical Scientist Training Program
... time spent in Ph.D. research. These programs vary greatly in size, ranging from two trainees per academic class (e.g. University of Connecticut ) to over
twenty (e.g. Washington University in St. Louis ). Additionally, several medical schools allow for the PhD portion of the MSTP to be completed at an ...
... the number of gamma-ray events detected. In nuclear medicine, the value of an image pixel is the integral of gamma-ray events in that pixel position over
time. That is, the pixel appears brighter as more counts are detected in that position. In non-tomographic images, the pixel can also be thought of ...
... medical gas supplies are carried within the system as well as making use of external supplies; as available. Infant transport systems commonly weigh over
100kg and present a challenge to vehicle operators in terms of weight, manual handling, crash-worthiness and power consumption.
... respiratory effort (measured using pressure-sensitive thoracic and abdominal belts) but no airflow (measured with a thermistor or thermocouple placed over
the mouth and nostrils).
A central apnea is complete cessation of respiratory effort resulting in flat lines in the espiratory belt and flow ...