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More risks connected with live-donor liver transplants

...relatives , are subjected to surgery, as they feel pressurized to participate despite the fear of complications and death. They also said that the number of such transplants has been steadily raising since just one transplant was done in 1997. The number has jumped 7 per cent to 266 in 2000 and 394 in 2001. Also...

Sleep Apnea Linked to Bed-Wetting in Kids

...onsils and adenoids, he said, as well as wearing a pressurized mask at night that keeps the throat from closing off and obstructing breathing....

Sleep Apnea Can Be Treated With Oral Devices

... is inclusive of wearing a facemask which delivers pressurized air which serves to keep the airways open while sleeping, but most people consider this treatment difficult. Bringing OSA under control is important as this may lead to consequences like blunting the mental sharpness during the daytime, which may als...

Teenager Shows Signs Of Recovery after Receiving Massive Dose of Radiation

...o receive her daily treatment at the hospital in a pressurized chamber for 14 days. This treatment though a simple one will be very distressing for the patient. Prof James also said that the treatment may prevent the possibility of future brain damage. This treatment was very useful against certain deteriorati...

Positive Airway Pressure the Treatment for Sleep Apnea

.... Epstein said that the treatment consists of a pressurized airflow through a mask that covers a patient's nose during sleep. This prevents pauses in breathing and restores oxygen levels. It also improves self-reported daytime sleepiness in patients with sleep apnea and may improve their quality of life. ...

Nurses Are Furious but the Exact Reason Is Not Clear

...ers rather than for the patients. Nurses are being pressurized with a lot of administration work and too many patients are rushed through the hospitals without staff having the time to sit with them and explain what is happening. But Alan Rogers, the medical director of Les Miles's hospital painted a very diff...

Teenage Girls are Forced To Have Unwanted Sex

...napolis say in a new study that teenage girls feel pressurized into having unwanted sex //. Unwanted sex occurs often within the sexual relationships of teens,' the researchers write in the June issue of the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine. 'These unwanted sexual experiences result in risk for sex...

NHS Funding For Continuing Care: Eligibility Criteria Simplified

... to fund their healthcare. But a legal challenge pressurized the government to change the system for nursing care, five years ago, although the amendment does not extend to personal care, despite pressure from campaigners. NHS must now take into account four key indicators - nature, complexity, intensity an...

Rising Rates of Obesity and Diabetes Puts Pressure on the Australians

...n a drop in their life expectancy. //This has also pressurized the already stretched health system. Statistics show that the death rates from cancer declined about 14 % and also from that of cardiovascular disease decreased drastically. Research said that that average life expectancy for Australians, at 78 years...

Vulnerable Suffer As NHS Budgets

...jects and referring patients to other services has pressurized the councils tremendously. Local authorities, in turn, are taking more time to carry out social care assessments, withdrawing services from people with low level needs and drawing on the budget reserves, to counter the situation. Social care spo...

Sleep Well, Have a Healthy Heart !

...reatment for OSA. CPAP provides a steady stream of pressurized air to patients through a mask that they wear during sleep. This airflow keeps the airway open, preventing the pauses in breathing that characterize sleep apnea and restoring normal oxygen levels. Dennis H. Nicholson, MD, medical director of the Sl...

Sewage Flows into Hudson River in a Torrent

... the break and then set up a 200-foot bypass using pressurized steel pipes to get the line reconnected. The discharge was stopped about 10 a.m. Sunday. Now county officials must determine how stable the hillside is and what will be needed to bolster it enough to insert new concrete pipe. "There's going to be...

US Trying Hard to Provide Proper Treatment for Wounded Soldiers

...se injuries are caused by IED blasts, which send a pressurized air wave through delicate tissues like the brain, sometimes send it smacking against the inside of the skull and shearing fragile nerve connections that control speech, vision, reasoning, memory and other functions. Lungs, eardrums, spinal cords vir...

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