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Breaking up Dangerous Clots

... outcomes in 428 of the patients. The incidence of postoperative venous thromboembolism, a form of deep vein clotting occurring after surgery, was 35 percent in the patients who received placebo vs. 1.4 percent in those who received fondaparinux. There were no significant differences between the two groups in cli...

Radiation after Breast Reconstruction

...underwent a mastectomy, breast reconstruction, and postoperative radiation between 1987 and 2002. Seventy patients received radiation after their mastectomy and reconstruction procedure. The other 15 patients received radiation prior to reconstruction. Fifty patients underwent a reconstructive procedure called tis...

Leech Therapy for Osteoarthritis

... still used in some instances, such as in treating postoperative complications after some surgeries. Scientists believe leeches help reduce pain through biologically active substances found in their saliva. In this study, 51 patients with osteoarthritis of the knee were assigned to receive either traditional trea...

Reducing Pain from Knee Surgery

...ficacy of perioperative use of rofecoxib to reduce postoperative pain and improved outcome after major orthopedic surgery."...

Reducing Pain From Knee Surgery

...ficacy of perioperative use of rofecoxib to reduce postoperative pain and improved outcome after major orthopedic surgery."...

Less Pain After Tonsillectomy

...rodissection needle resulted in significantly less postoperative pain by day three." Pain after tonsillectomy is of special concern since it interferes with eating and drinking. Children are especially prone to dehydration because they do not realize the importance of maintaining their normal fluid intake despit...

Reducing The After Effects of Tonsillectomy

...rodissection needle resulted in significantly less postoperative pain by day three."...

Epilepsy surgery to help child development

...ful side effects. The researchers had studied the postoperative results of 50 children in the age group of 3 to 7 ...n the IQ. The researchers concluded that although postoperative recovery also may show delay in mental development, most children, the development proceeded at a no...

Joint replacement surgery outcomes may be affected by obesity and diabetes

...so administration of blood thinning medications in postoperative conditions that may help in preventing deep vein thrombosis must be evaluated for these patients.With rising numbers of obese people and those suffering from diabetes, medics need to be more aware of the risks of after surgery complications as they w...

Obesity better handled with gastric bypass surgery

...lications. About 25 percent of patients experience postoperative complications, and with a two percent death rate from surgery one may even wonder if the FDA approval for this procedure is a little hasty. Many patients due of gastric bypass surgery eventually end up either getting a second surgery for reduction ...

Surgeons Presented Guidelines For Postoperative Atrial Fibrillation

...sicians who deal with prevention and management of postoperative atrial fibrillation (AF) after cardiac surgery. Th...e main issues that arise in managing patients with postoperative AF, including overall prevention; control of ventricular response rate; restoration of normal sinus ...

New Therapy Recommendations For Spinal Complications Of Cancer

... are definitive: direct decompressive surgery plus postoperative radiotherapy equal the best chances for regaining mobility in patients with metastatic cancer. Eighty-four percent of patients who received both surgery and radiotherapy were able to walk after treatment, versus only 57 percent of patients who rece...

Minimally Invasive Ear Implant Procedures Are Better

...he decreased tissue trauma and edema has permitted postoperative day one programming and use of the cochlear implant (CI). Of the one hundred seventy-six patients were included in the study, results had showed that seven major complications were recorded; six patients necessitated revision surgery. Three patient...

Influence Of Heart Rate On Myocardial Oxygen Tension

...sis of myocardium is the most important factor for postoperative myocardial insufficiency leading to death or myocardial dysfunction after open-heart surgery. Myocardial oxygen tension is depending on several factors such as coronary perfusion pressure, metabolic need, heart rate, and tenacity of the coronary vess...

Predictors Of Wound Infection In Ventral Hernia Repair

...as designed with the aim to identify predictors of postoperative wound infection in subjects undergoing VHR in a re... focuses on the effect of mesh placement at VHR on postoperative wound complications. For the study, a cohort of subjects undergoing VHR from 13 regional Veterans H...

Novel Technique For Management Of Inverted Papilloma Of Frontal Sinus

... months.The authors stress that operative risk and postoperative morbidity are significantly less than with open procedures. Recurrences are more frequent, but are detected early and are easily resected with minimally invasive techniques.Open procedures involve large facial incisions and potential complications, i...

An unlikely contender for speedy surgery recovery: Chewing gum

...ewing gum after surgery can help prevent or reduce postoperative ileus. Ileus refers to a condition where the digestive system remains inactive for a period of time post-surgery. Gum chewing stimulates the digestive system, making it feel normal sooner. The sooner the system feels normal, the sooner it starts to w...

Cadila gets US FDA approval for Promethazine tablets

...tions, to cause sedation, to assist in controlling postoperative pain and to control motion sickness. The company plans to launch the drug in US this year. The US market for this drug is estimated at $116 million. The group had recently received approval to market Ribavirin capsules in the US market through its ...

New Pancreatic Cancer Vaccine Holds Promise

...hers tested out this vaccine after the surgery and postoperative chemotherapy. The vaccine was given 8 to 10 weeks after surgery and four booster doses are recommended after radiation therapy and chemotherapy. Elizabeth Jaffee, MD, of Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center and the co- researcher in this study said in ...

Surgeons Not Happy With Treatment Offered To Their Patients

...lococcus aureus was found only in a quarter of the postoperative mortality cases. Out of the total death toll of 4,091, under surgical care in 2004, nearly 50% of all cases (2,255) were found to occur following emergency admissions. Following these reports, perhaps it is time for doctors to take care of their ...

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