Tag: "anaesthetics" at medical news
Memory deprivation after operations
... into the genetic susceptibility of some people to anaesthetics
is ongoing at the University of Leicester, UK....
Red hair connected with anaesthesia
...thesia// to make them lose consciousness. Although anaesthetics
have been in use for well over a century, we under...archers believe that the link between red hair and anaesthetics
lies in the melanocortin system. Those with red hair have a specific variant of the melanocortin rec...
A Cheap Device to Stop Snoring from New Zealand
... also being tried with patients undergoing general anaesthetics
and in emergency departments for patients having trouble breathing. According to research, there are over 200 million people in Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries with sleep disordered breathing. In New Zealand...
Get Into Bed And Sleep Like A Baby
...ied in patients who have been administered general anaesthetics
and in emergency departments for patients having trouble breathing. People who have been using the device feel that it is a boon to their problem and claim that it has changed their lives. The device has much more to offer to those for patients with...
Eyelash transplantation – for the beauty conscious folks!
...n to the person’s eyelids. Mild sedation and local anaesthetics
are used.This transplant costs around $US3000 ($A3960) per eye. Though the procedure was initially restricted to people who had suffered burns or congenital malformations of the eye, 80% of the transplants done currently are for cosmetic reasons. G...
Anaesthetics may Cause Brain Disorder in Elderly
...ientist in the US has reiterated that some general anaesthetics
used in long operations may cause brain disorders/...ool, US, found that halothane and isoflurane - two anaesthetics
that are inhaled - and the injected drug propofol cause symptoms of brain disorder. These anaesth...
Half a Million Dollars Offered for GPs With Expertise in Anesthetics and Obstetrics
...accordingly," Mr Speirs told Sky News. "Without anaesthetics
we run a very big risk of losing our obstets out of our hospital and that would be a serious blow to our community. "Most patients would have to travel further south, down to Wagga Wagga, which is nearly 80 additional kilometres ... "Of the 135...