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*  Damage control surgery
Brohi 2008 Lucas, Charles E; Ledgerwood, Anna M (June 1976). "Prospective evaluation of hemostatic techniques for liver ... Pringle described this technique in patients with substantial hepatic trauma in the early twentieth century. The U.S. military ... This technique places emphasis on preventing the "lethal triad", rather than correcting the anatomy. Damage control surgery is ... A number of different techniques can be employed such as using staplers to come across the bowel, or primary suture closure in ...
*  Dental extraction
It is usually controlled by conventional techniques such as applying pressure packs or haemostatic agents onto the wound. 2. ... Pressure is applied by biting on a gauze swab, and a thrombus (blood clot) forms in the socket (hemostatic response). Common ... Dental practitioners usually have absorbent gauze, hemostatic packing material (oxidized cellulose, collagen sponge) and suture ... Non-surgical haemostatic measures Involve the use of drugs, sealants, adhesives, absorbable agents, biologics, and combination ...
*  Victor Horsley
He developed many practical neurosurgical techniques, including the hemostatic bone wax, the skin flap, the ligation of the ...
*  Autotransfusion
This is an autologous product which can be used for a variety of techniques including use as a hemostatic aid, a dural sealant ... The earliest report in the American literature on the use of autotransfusion was by Lockwood in 1917 who used the technique ... Avoid occluding the suction tip (i.e. using suction as a retractor). Following these techniques will help reduce hemolysis of ... After the war, blood testing, typing, and crossmatching techniques were improved making blood banks the answer to the increased ...
*  George Washington Crile
Crile designed a small hemostatic forceps which bears his name; the Crile mosquito clamp. He also described a technique for ...
*  Endoclip
Teo EK, Fock KM (1998). "Dieulafoy's disease treated by endoscopic haemostatic clipping". J. Gastroenterol. Hepatol. 13 (3): ... advanced surgical techniques. Part A. 14 (3): 169-71. doi:10.1089/1092642041255522. PMID 15245670. Letard JC, Kaffy F, Rousseau ...
*  Glued IOL
Steven Safran also started the microbull dog technique for the same purpose. Y-Fixation Technique - This technique was started ... Fibrin glue has been used previously in various medical specialties as a hemostatic agent to arrest bleeding, seal tissues and ... No-Assistant Technique - This technique works on the principle of vector forces and was performed and discovered by Dr. Priya ... In this technique, glued IOL is performed initially followed by an IOL Scaffold procedure. This technique is specially ...
*  Cauterization
The technique of ligature of the arteries as an alternative to cauterization was later improved and used more effectively by ... The cautery was employed for almost every possible purpose in ancient times: as a counter-irritant, as a haemostatic, as a ... Cauterization (or cauterisation, or cautery) is a medical practice or technique of burning a part of a body to remove or close ... Abu Al-Qasim Al-Zahrawi developed techniques and instruments for cauterization and described them in his book Al-Tasrif and ...
*  Visotek
This technique simplifies split liver transplants, thereby doubling the liver transplantation pool. The technique is minimally ... haemostatic clotting factors (platelets/thrombin/fibrin), or thermal ablation (diathermy/radiofrequency ablation),all of which ... LTW), to bring new lifesaving surgical techniques to patients in the operating suite and on the battlefield. LTW's patented ...
*  Hemoperitoneum
In rare occasions, rupture of an Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm may be repaired via an endovascular technique, though this is ... Bleeding from the liver might be controlled by application of hemostatic sponges, thrombin, or more recently, argon beam ...
*  Howard Atwood Kelly
Kelly's sign is a technique of applying gentle pressure to the ureters to cause peristalsis, or worm-like muscle contraction to ... He also invented "Kelly's forceps" or "Kelly's Clamp", curved hemostatic forceps that resemble a pair of scissors. Instead of ... He gained a reputation as an innovator in surgical techniques during this time. From 1886 to 1888, Kelly traveled to England, ... To reduce bleeding for cervical and endometrial cancers, he ligated the internal iliac artery, a technique that would come to ...
*  Narodny Tyl
... project launched by the French translation of the manual technique of warfare in urban environments. By the end of the year was ... The structure includes hemostatic Celox, Combat-Application-Tourniquets, bandages... As of December 2014 the troops were ...
*  Tactical combat casualty care
CricKey technique Bougie-aided open surgical technique Standard open surgical technique Use lidocaine if the casualty is ... Use a CoTCCC approved hemostatic dressing for compressible hemorrhage not amenable to limb tourniquet use. Immediately apply a ... Massive hemorrhage is managed through the use of tourniquets, hemostatic dressings, junctional devices, and pressure dressings ...
*  Potassium ferrate
This new technique were successfully applied for the removal of a broad range of heavy metals.[citation needed] It has been ... WO application 2014153566, John Hen; Talmadge Kelly Keene & Mark Travi, "Hemostatic device and method", published 2014-09-25 ...
*  Tracheotomy
The Griggs and Ciaglia Blue Rhino techniques are the two main techniques in current use. A number of comparison studies have ... Haemostatic forceps were used to control bleeding from separated vessels that were not ligatured because of the urgency of the ... The next widely used technique was developed in 1989 by Bill Griggs, an Australian intensive care specialist. This technique ... is the most commonly used of these newer techniques and has largely taken over from the early multiple dilator technique. ...
*  Intraoperative blood salvage
Sutton RG, Kratz JM, Spinale FG, Crawford FA Jr (October 1993). "Comparison of three blood-processing techniques during and ... are transient and reversible in vivo with hemostatic profiles returning to baselines within hours. The key is that coagulation ... Samolyk KA, Beckmann SR, Bissinger RC (October 2005). "A new practical technique to reduce allogeneic blood exposure and ... These include: Minimally invasive surgical techniques Erythropoietin (a hormone that stimulates peripheral stem cells in the ...
*  Jose Barraquer
Current selection technique in Keratoplasty [5](1949) in which he described the "edge to edge" suturing technique in ... "hemostatic forceps", "cataract scissors", "trephines for corneal grafts" and the "colibri blefarostat for anterior segment ... His ophthalmological surgical techniques and instrumental inventions are in routine use by the ophthalmic community. He was ... invented 19 surgical techniques and created 45 surgical instruments 1968 - Grand Honor Award for outstanding Achievements. ...
*  Major trauma
Surgical techniques, using a tube or catheter to drain fluid from the peritoneum, chest, or the pericardium around the heart, ... It is important to quickly control severe bleeding with direct pressure to the wound and consider the use of hemostatic agents ... The pre-hospital use of stabilization techniques improves the chances of a person surviving the journey to the nearest trauma- ...
*  List of dangerous snakes
The low case fatality rate of 4.3% is attributable mainly to the use of mechanical ventilation, a technique rarely available in ... June 1995). "nake bites by the Papuan taipan (Oxyuranus scutellatus canni): paralysis, hemostatic and electrocardiographic ... but the majority developed hemostatic disorders and neurotoxicity. The blood of 77% of the patients was incoagulable and 35% ...
*  Embolization
There are methods, techniques and devices that decrease the occurrence of this type of adverse side effect. Not suitable for ... as a hemostatic treatment for bleeding or as a treatment for some types of cancer by deliberately blocking blood vessels to ... Embolization is a minimally invasive surgical technique. The purpose is to prevent blood flow to an area of the body, which can ... modern neurovascular techniques". Stroke and Vascular Neurology. Chauleur C, Fanget C, Tourne G, Levy R, Larchez C, Seffert P; ...
*  Expert Field Medical Badge
Communications: Competency with field radios and radio techniques. "Prepare and transmit a MEDEVAC request" must be one of the ... hemostatic device, and dressings Initiate a saline lock and IV Initiate treatment for hypovolemic shock & prevent hypothermia ... Evacuation of Sick and Wounded: Demonstrate evacuation techniques utilizing vehicles and manual carries. Cardiopulmonary ...
*  The Queen's Award for Enterprise: Innovation (Technology) (2010)
Garford Farm Machinery of Peterborough or the InRow Weeder using vision analysis techniques. Halyard (M&I) Ltd of Salisbury, ... S.R.A. Developments Ltd of Ashburton, Newton Abbot, Devon for ultrasonic haemostatic dissector for cutting soft tissue in ...
*  Alexey Severtsev
Semi - invasive techniques for bleeding esophageal varices: YAG - laser coagulation versus sclerosing therapy». In: «36th World ... Severtsev A. N. "Fibrin glue and other hemostatic agents in liver surgery". Klinicheskiy Vestnik, July - September, 1996, pp. ... Techniques for bleeding esophageal varices: YAG - laser coagulation versus sclerosing therapy». In: «European IHPBA Congress „ ...
*  Michael Stifelman
Robotic Ureterocalycostomy: The NYU technique Robotic sacrohysteropexy: The NYU technique Robotics in the management of mid ... Use of haemostatic agents and glues during laparoscopic partial nephrectomy: A multi-institutional survey from the United ... His clinical focus is on the use of robotic and laparoscopic surgical techniques to treat diseases of the genitourinary tract. ... Stifelman MD, Andrade A, Sosa RE, Shichman S.: Simple nephrectomy: hand-assisted technique J. Endourol., 14(10):793-8, 2000. ...
*  Caerphilly Heart Disease Study
The survey techniques were similar and a number of questionnaires and biological tests were used in both the studies. This ... Detailed work was also completed on thrombosis and haemostatic factors with the active involvement of John O'Brien and in ...
*  Long-term effects of alcohol consumption
... and measurement techniques. Alcohol dependence has a far reaching impact on health outcomes. A study conducted in Germany in ... meta-analysis of effects on lipids and haemostatic factors". BMJ. 319 (7224): 1523-8. doi:10.1136/bmj.319.7224.1523. PMC 28294 ...