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Breast Implants - Augmentation

Breast implants are medical devices that are used to augment breast size or to reconstruct the breast following mastectomy or to correct a congenital abnormality. Breast implants consist of a silico...

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Improvement in weight loss and ambulation outcomes after gastric sleeve surgery for a person with chronic motor-incomplete tetraplegia: clinical case report

Early vs Delayed Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Commentary on a study comparing early vs delayed laparoscopic surgery for the management of acute cholecystitis, published in the British Journal of Surgery. Medscape General Surgery

Early Stage I- III Salivary Gland Cancer

Overview Early stage salivary gland cancers are small, localized, and highly curable when treated with surgery and/or radiation therapy. Early stage disease includes stage I, II, and most stage III ca...

Early DSEK improves vision in post-cataract corneal edema

PHILADELPHIA — Early Descemet’s stripping endothelial keratoplasty significantly improved visual acuity in eyes that developed pseudophakic bullous keratopathy after cataract surgery, according to...

VIDEO: Early use of SLT may preserve outflow pathway for MIGS

NEW ORLEANS — At the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery meeting, Nathan M. Radcliffe, MD, reflects on Glaucoma Day and discusses the early use of selective laser trabeculoplasty to ...

Leading European VC believes this is the “Post-It of Surgery”

Gecko Biomedical (France) has raised €22.5M to get its innovate biopolymers to surgery rooms, and caught the eye of the biggest French Biotech investor, Sofinnova. Gecko has a hot piece of MedTech ...

ISC: Post-Op Afib Linked to Early Stroke Risk (CME/CE)

(MedPage Today) -- Risk higher for noncardiac surgery patients, observational data says

Gastric bypass surgery can reduce risk of death even for advanced ages

New research challenges the assumption that people can be too old for surgery. Surprisingly, even obese people well into their 70s can experience significant life-sustaining benefits by opting for the...

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Pain management following spinal surgeries: An appraisal of the available options.

Spinal procedures are generally associated with intense pain in the postoperative period, especially for the initial few days. Adequate pain management in this period has been seen to correlate well w...

Use of day 1 early morning cortisol to predict the need for glucocorticoid replacement after pituitary surgery.

Assessment of adrenal reserve in patients who have undergone pituitary surgery is crucial. However, there is no clear consensus with regards to the type and timing of the test that should be used in t...

Interdisciplinary treatment of post-concussion and post-traumatic headaches.

Chronic headaches following concussion are debilitating and difficult to treat. Commonly employed initial therapeutic modalities include pharmacologic, physical, and psychological interventions. Despi...

Subchondral plate porosity colocalizes with the point of mechanical load during ambulation in a rat knee model of post-traumatic osteoarthritis.

This study investigated the association between spatiotemporal cartilage-subchondral bone plate alterations and mechanical load during ambulation in an experimental rat model of destabilized medial me...

Identification of Predictive Early Biomarkers for Sterile-SIRS after Cardiovascular Surgery.

Systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) is a common complication after cardiovascular surgery that in severe cases can lead to multiple organ dysfunction syndrome and even death. We therefore s...

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