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Researchers urge caution in using ear tube surgery

... be a bit more willing to wait to have their child undergo surgery," said Perrin. Other doctors say the new...ould never get ear tube surgery. "The decision to undergo ear tube surgery should be discussed carefully with the doctor," said Paradise. "A variety of factor...

Regular exercise prevents hip fractures

...al, Glostrup, Denmark, and colleagues, when people undergo the aging process, regular physical activity should become an essential part of everyone's life, in order to control the alarming increase in hip fractures. In the study, they found that 55% of the people engaged in moderate physical activity for...

Radiation before surgery cuts cancer recurrence

...n the rectum. In about 15% to 45% of patients who undergo conventional surgery to remove rectal tumors, they return. To prevent recurrence, surgeons have developed a technique called total mesorectal excision, in which the tissue surrounding the rectum, which may contain tumor cell, is removed along with th...

Genesis of SUPAC

...harmaceutical product developed by R&D team has to undergo various stages of scale-up from ‘laboratory-scale’ to ‘pilot-scale’ to ‘production-scale’ before it reaches the market. Scale-up process is an inherent part of overall product development activity and by virtue of variables involved poses a challenge...

Breast Cancer Surgery Causes Psychological problems

About one third of women who undergo surgery for breast cancer will experience psychological problems, including obsessive-compulsive thoughts and anxiety following surgery, according to new research. Dr. Erica S. Breslau of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, and colleagues ...

Stent shows promise in keeping arteries open

...ercent effective. More than 2 million Americans undergo angioplasty annually, and the new approach is likely to be used on most of them if these promising results hold up in further testing. They could be on the market as early as next year. This is a very hot issue, surprisingly revolutionary in the trea...

Ethnic discrepancy in ovarian cancer

...e stage of diagnosis, and they were less likely to undergo surgery. So it is perhaps unsurprising that the survival rate among African American women is lower. They survive, on average, for 22 months after diagnosis, while the survival time for Caucasian women is 32 months. Obviously ovarian cancer is life...

Vitamins enhances recuperation of organ transplant patients

...ients, Doctor's suggest. About 62% of patients who undergo heart transplants develop hardened arteries, a condition// called arteriosclerosis, in the first three years after their surgery. A team from the Maryland's Women's Hospital, USA, found the condition was emanted among patients given the vitamins d...

Pill may replace exercise

...in, trigger the physical changes that muscle cells undergo after intense exercise....

FDA Approves New surgery Treatment for Farsightedness

...erbated by LASIK. The average age of patients who undergo LASIK is in the early 40s, while for conductive keratoplasty, the average age for patients has been 58. LASIK is approved for higher degrees of farsightedness and astigmatism, which is blurry vision usually caused by an uneven curvature of the cornea...

Ulcer Surgery connected to danger of Pancreatic Cancer

A new research suggests that the patients who undergo surgery to remove their ulcers may be at increased... stomach. It has been suggested that patients who undergo peptic ulcer surgery may be at increased risk of pancreatic cancer, but previous studies have shown ...

Decrease of 'Hunger Hormone' after Obesity Surgery

...e Puget Sound Health Care System, obese adults who undergo 'stomach stapling' have much lower levels of a recently discovered 'hunger hormone' than either normal-weight people or those who lose weight by dieting.// Dr. David E. Cumming from the Puget Sound Health Care System in Seattle, suggested that drugs...

Healing environment aids mental problem

...rely took part in the temple routines, and did not undergo specific healing rituals. The researchers conclude that the improvement arose from the supportive environment of the temple something that could be reproduced in community mental health services anywhere in the world....

Vaccine guards against shingles

...x vaccine in a group of lymphoma patients about to undergo a bone marrow transplant. Such patients are at very high risk of shingles. One sub-group received the vaccine, the other the placebo. Only 10 per cent of the vaccine group went on to develop shingles, compared to the expected 20 per cent in the unvac...

Radiation reduces cancer recurrence

...n the rectum. In about 15% to 45% of patients who undergo conventional surgery to remove rectal tumors, they return. To prevent recurrence, surgeons have developed a technique called total mesorectal excision, in which the tissue surrounding the rectum, which may contain tumor cell, is removed along with th...

Virus connection to cervical injury

... HPV where possible. Women who are infected should undergo this cervical screening programme....

Physiotherapy helps amputation

Contractures are very common in patients who undergo lower limb amputation. Proper guidance on positioning of the limb is important to prevent such complications. That patient has the tendency to keep the leg in the bent position, which is incorrect.// The correct position is to keep the limb straight...

Radiation before surgery cuts cancer reappearance

...n the rectum. In about 15% to 45% of patients who undergo conventional surgery to remove rectal tumors, they return. To prevent recurrence, surgeons have developed a technique called total mesorectal excision, in which the tissue surrounding the rectum, which may contain tumor cell, is removed along with th...

Handling forgetfulness

...mory. There is little evidence that healthy women undergo a decline// in their memory or thinking skills before the age of 70. Yet many women younger than this say they have a problem with continually forgetting things. Doctors at the Mayo Clinic say there are many possible reasons for this - stress, too ma...

Diabetics & Foot infections

...e Centre with advanced neuropathy and often had to undergo amputation to save their lives. They decided that a little change in lifestyle and proper foot care would help avoid these problems. The study examined 1,660 patients in the ‘high risk’ category between September 2001 and October 2002 to study diabe...

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