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*  Injectable Drug May Help Avoid Eye Surgery In Patients With Vitreomacular Adhesion | Managed Care magazine
Recovery after surgery requires the patient to be immobilized in a "head down" position for 7-14 days and near complete ... Injectable Drug May Help Avoid Eye Surgery In Patients With Vitreomacular Adhesion. ... surgery is still an option and ocriplasmin treatment does not compromise the results of surgery. ... The proportion of patients with macular hole closure at day 28 was 40 percent in the ocriplasmin group and just 10 percent in ...
  http://managedcaremag.com/archives/2013/1/injectable-drug-may-help-avoid-eye-surgery-patients-vitreomacular-adhesion
*  New approach for surgery patients cuts hospital stays... ( DURHAM N.C. Changes in managing pat...)
... surgery,patients,cuts,hospital,stays,and,costs,medicine,medical news today,latest medical news,medical newsletters,current ... The practice called enhanced recovery is easier on patients before s...Among findings published in the May 2014 issue of the ... Changes in managing patients before during and after co... ... After surgery, patients are encouraged to eat and move about as ... New approach for surgery patients cuts hospital stays and costs. ...DURHAM N.C. Changes in managing patients before during and ...
  http://bio-medicine.org/medicine-news-1/New-approach-for-surgery-patients-cuts-hospital-stays-and-costs-125947-1/
*  CasesBlog - Medical and Health Blog: Managing perioperative risk in patients undergoing elective non-cardiac surgery - BMJ...
Managing perioperative risk in patients undergoing elective non-cardiac surgery. BMJ 2011; 343 doi: 10.1136/bmj.d5759 ( ... Managing perioperative risk in patients undergoing elective non-cardiac surgery - BMJ review ... major surgery High risk surgical patients account for 80% of all perioperative deaths. Further research is needed to identify ... Non-cardiac surgery has a low overall mortality but is associated with a large number of deaths because so many procedures are ...
  http://casesblog.blogspot.com/2012/08/managing-perioperative-risk-in-patients.html
*  Vital statistics following surgery or radiation for patients with clinically localized prostate cancer managed during the PSA...
Vital statistics following surgery or radiation for patients with clinically localized prostate cancer managed during the PSA ... Vital statistics following surgery or radiation for patients with clinically localized prostate cancer managed during the PSA ... High risk groups have higher rates of death from disease if managed with surgery or radiation alone, making an argument for ... are well-managed with surgery alone.. *Low risk pts undergoing rdaitaion therapy who are ,/= 70 yrs of age also have minimal ...
  https://es.oncolink.org/conferences/coverage/asco/oncolink-at-asco-2003/saturday-may-31-2003/vital-statistics-following-surgery-or-radiation-for-patients-with-clinically-localized-prostate-cancer-managed-during-the-psa-era
*  Heart Valve Patients May Benefit from Managing Own Blood Thinners | The Patient Guide to Heart, Lung, and Esophageal Surgery
Allowing select patients to self-manage blood thinners following heart valve surgery may lead to a lower risk of major ... Their study included 615 patients with mechanical heart valves who self-managed treatment and 3,075 control patients (a 5:1 ... Before, During, and After Surgery. How to prepare for and recover from your surgery. *Before Heart Surgery ... "We believe that the majority of patients who have a mechanical heart valve inserted during surgery should be able to manage ...
  https://ctsurgerypatients.org/news/2015/12/heart-valve-patients-may-benefit-from-managing-own-blood-thinners
*  IJERPH | Free Full-Text | Adolescent Bariatric Surgery - Thoughts and Perspectives from the UK | HTML
Members of the British Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Society and groups of primary care practitioners based in London were ... Most participants believed bariatric surgery should only be offered ≥16 years of age. However, 17% of bariatric surgeons marked ... Over 80% of the healthcare professionals surveyed consider bariatric surgery in adolescents to be acceptable practice. Most ... This study aims to explore the perspectives of medical professionals regarding adolescent bariatric surgery. ...
  http://mdpi.com/1660-4601/11/1/573/htm
*  New Study Shows Bariatric Surgery Is Safe Option For Managing Type 2 Diabetes In Overweight Or Mildly Obese Patients | Advanced...
"Bariatric surgery is emerging as a safe and effective option for managing type 2 diabetes in patients with mild obesity," says ... New Study Shows Bariatric Surgery Is Safe Option For Managing Type 2 Diabetes In Overweight Or Mildly Obese Patients Weight- ... Forty-six patients had a BMI of 30 or less. All had weight-loss surgery, or what is known as bariatric or metabolic surgery, ... 57New Study Shows Bariatric Surgery Is Safe Option For Managing Type 2 Diabetes In Overweight Or Mildly Obese Patients. ...
  http://www.njbariatricsurgeons.com/new-study-shows-bariatric-surgery-is-safe-option-for-managing-type-2-diabetes-in-overweight-or-mildly-obese-patients/
*  Surgery & Surgical Procedure News, Information & Research Center - The Clinical Advisor
... information and research on the latest surgical procedures and updated surgery procedures for PA's and NP's. Download our FREE ... is the best approach to manage blood glucose in noncritically ill surgical patients. ... Patent foramen ovale associated with stroke risk after noncardiac surgery Patients diagnosed with PFO prior to noncardiac ... With these tips, a clinician can prepare a patient undergoing surgery control post-operative pain. ...
  http://www.clinicaladvisor.com/surgery-information-center/section/2980/
*  Endocrinology News: General Endocrinology | MedPage Today
EndoBreak: How to Manage Patients After Bariatric Surgery; Too Many Diabetes Drugs? ... Biologics and Immune Therapies in an Office Setting Optimizing Treatment and Outcomes through Patient-centered Care ...
  https://www.medpagetoday.com/endocrinology/generalendocrinology
*  Module-Appendectomy - American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA)
... association of physicians organized to raise the standards of the medical practice of anesthesiology and to improve patient ... Manage a patient undergoing laparoscopic surgery for acute appendicitis. *Develop a differential diagnosis and manage a patient ... Manage a patient undergoing laparoscopic surgery for acute appendicitis. *Develop a differential diagnosis and manage a patient ... Test how well you manage a patient undergoing an acute appendectomy with Anesthesia SimSTAT - Appendectomy and earn up to 5 ...
  http://asahq.org/education/simulation-education/anesthesia-simstat/appendectomy
*  Current Psychiatry: 2011
Managing patients after surgery David B. Sarwer, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychology, Departments of Psychiatry and Surgery ... Bariatric surgery is the most effective treatment for obesity (defined as a body mass index [BMI] >30 kg/m2) and is recommended ... Patients with BD typically exhibit what is best described as a "mood cycle"-a pronounced shift in mood and energy from 1 ... Such patients might not attend outpatient psychotherapy; a study of 167 adolescents discharged after a suicide attempt found ...
  http://currentpsychiatry.blogspot.co.il/2011/
*  Registered dietitians play essential role in management of gastric bypass patients - ScienceBlog.com
Registered dietitians can make an important contribution to managing bariatric surgery patients before and after surgery. ... followed 80 patients for 8 years after gastric bypass surgery. They report that while more than half of the patients achieved ... "Surgery represents only one point in the continuum of care for the obese patient. The long term outcome of bariatric patients ... "The Bariatric Surgery Patient: A Growing Role for Registered Dietitians" by Doina Kulick, MD, MS, Lisa Hark, PhD, RD and Darwin ...
  https://scienceblog.com/32664/registered-dietitians-play-essential-role-in-management-of-gastric-bypass-patients/
*  Near-infrared spectroscopy - Wikipedia
NIRS is starting to be used in pediatric critical care, to help manage patients following cardiac surgery. Indeed, NIRS is able ... In non-injured patients the brain absorbs the NIR light evenly. When there is an internal bleeding from an injury, the blood ... It is only in the last few decades that NIRS began to be used as a medical tool for monitoring patients. ... "Peripheral Near-Infrared Spectroscopy: Methodologic Aspects and a Systematic Review in Post-Cardiac Surgical Patients". Journal ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Near-infrared_spectroscopy
*  Orthopaedic Surgery | Ultrasound of the Hand and Upper Extremity
Mobile ultrasonography is revolutionizing the way hand surgery patients are managed. Ultrasound of the Hand and Upper Extremity ... Mobile ultrasonography is revolutionizing the way hand surgery patients are managed. Ultrasound of the Hand and Upper Extremity ... Mobile ultrasonography is revolutionizing the way hand surgery patients are managed. Ultrasound of the Hand and Upper Extremity ... Orthopaedic Surgery*Osteopathy*Otolaryngology*Pathology*Pharmacology*Physical Therapy*Physiology*Plastic Surgery*Radiology* ...
  https://www.thieme.com/books-main/orthopaedic-surgery/product/4405-ultrasound-of-the-hand-and-upper-extremity
*  Osteoporosis Impact in an Older Adult Patient
Patient experienced symptomatic uterine prolapse *UroGYN recommended against surgery, patient unable to manage pessary at home ... For patients with less comorbidity or better functional status, minimally invasive spinal surgery for osteoporosis may be a ... Patient had intermittent increases in low back pain, managed with short-acting morphine ... In November, the patient had minor trauma caused by sitting down abruptly on the commode. This resulted in excruciating low ...
  https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/gec/studies/osteoporosis.html
*  General Practice Residency in Dentistry - Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Manage dental day surgery patients in the operating room. *Manage a broad range of acute dental problems ... The team sees newly diagnosed patients, follow-up patients and patients actively undergoing cancer treatment. ... The oral surgery clinic is an 11-chair facility including 2 IV sedation rooms. The scope of patient care is very broad, ... Manage intraoral soft tissue lesions of non-traumatic origin. *Treat patients with intra-oral dental emergencies and infections ...
  http://www.massgeneral.org/dental/education/residency.aspx?id=62
*  Penile Fracture and Trauma: Background, History of the Procedure, Epidemiology
In one series, 10 of 26 patients were managed without surgery. These patients had two factors that contributed to nonoperative ... Patients sometimes report that they were having sexual relations on a desk (with the patient on top) and the penis slipped out ... 8] Most affected patients report penile injury coincident with sexual intercourse. Patients usually report that the female ... delayed penile repair can be considered when the patient becomes medically stable. [10] Patients with penile trauma require ...
  https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/456305-overview
*  Virtual Reality for Positive Societal Impact - appliedVR - Medium
We have found that this technology is capable of reducing anxiety and helping patients manage pain after surgery. However, ... But immersive VR also has the benefit of causing patients to underestimate the length of time spent in treatment, and may be ... Virtual reality for enhanced patient experience in healthcare around pain and anxiety management. ... Virtual reality for enhanced patient experience in healthcare around pain and anxiety management. ...
  https://medium.com/@AppliedVR/virtual-reality-for-positive-societal-impact-2bb6d06e8276
*  Medline ® Abstracts for References 1,2 of 'Post-ERCP perforation'
... electronic clinical resource tool for physicians and patients that provides information on Adult Primary Care and Internal ... Six patients were managed initially by surgery, with one death. Each injury was evaluated for location and radiographic extent ... Eight patients were initially managed conservatively. Five of the eight patients recovered without incident. Three patients ... 18 patients (90%) had aggressive endoscopic drainage, and none required operation. Of the 2 patients identified late, 1 patient ...
  https://www.uptodate.com/contents/post-ercp-perforation/abstract/1,2
*  Transient Paraparesis from a Traumatic Lumbar Intrathecal Hemorrhage. A Case Report and Literature Review | OMICS International
... to manage the patient conservatively without surgery. Over the course of his hospital stay, the patient's leg strength ... the decision was made to manage the patient conservatively without surgery. The decision to forego surgery was based on the ... Long-term outcome in patients who underwent surgery depends on the preoperative neurologic status [1].. ... The patient was transfused platelets prior to the first procedure but there was no record of transfusion prior to the second.. ...
  https://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/transient-paraparesis-from-a-traumatic-lumbar-intrathecal-hemorrhage-a-case-report-and-literature-review-2329-6895-1000254.php?aid=68200
*  Collision tumours of the thyroid: An interesting case and review of the literature.
The patient was managed with surgery and palative radiotherapy however died from complications of a lower respiratory tract ... They should be managed in a multidisciplinary team setting and treatment should be patient specific. Generally the most ...
  http://www.biomedsearch.com/nih/Collision-tumours-thyroid-interesting-case/25491252.html
*  Primary sclerosing fibroinflammatory pseudotumor of the maxillary sinus | Ear, Nose & Throat Journal
The patient was managed with surgery and oral steroids with full resolution of her symptoms. We also review the presentation, ... Creating Opportunities: Improving Patient Outcomes and Increasing Profits Patient Selection and Management of In-Office Balloon ...
  https://www.entjournal.com/article/primary-sclerosing-fibroinflammatory-pseudotumor-maxillary-sinus
*  2.9 Interview: Dr. Jack Gutsche - Diagnosing Team Problems | Coursera
The teams that I manage take care of cardiac surgery patients before and ... which is put the patient on your heart lung machine.. Then if you agree to put that patient on you have a talk with the family ... who go on this team to implement the machine, and manage the patient. ... of the patient, because those patients are in no condition to talk to anyone. ...
  https://www.coursera.org/learn/high-performing-teams/lecture/pvBga/2-9-interview-dr-jack-gutsche
*  Surgical Management pt. 2 - Module 4: The Role of Surgery for Sinusitis | Coursera
We will focus on the role of surgery and the management of refractory acute and/or chronic rhinosinusitis. We hope ... ... We have patients who have excellent surgery, we manage their allergies,. we treat their infections, but they still suffer from ... patients may have delayed onset or recognition of this going on.. So in any patient who has clear watery rhinnorrhea, ... Module 4: The Role of Surgery for Sinusitis. We will focus on the role of surgery and the management of refractory acute and/or ...
  https://www.coursera.org/learn/icahn-school-of-medicine-at-mount-sinai-acute-and-chronic-rhinosinusitis/lecture/dDGbi/surgical-management-pt-2
*  Localized amyloidosis | definition of localized amyloidosis by Medical dictionary
Localized amyloidosis of the upper urinary tract: a case series of three patients managed with reconstructive surgery or ...
  http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/localized+amyloidosis