PubMed Journals Articles About "Feeding Examination Avert Surgical Frenotomy Procedures" RSS

13:51 EDT 24th August 2019 | BioPortfolio

Feeding Examination Avert Surgical Frenotomy Procedures PubMed articles on BioPortfolio. Our PubMed references draw on over 21 million records from the medical literature. Here you can see the latest Feeding Examination Avert Surgical Frenotomy Procedures articles that have been published worldwide.

More Information about "Feeding Examination Avert Surgical Frenotomy Procedures" on BioPortfolio

We have published hundreds of Feeding Examination Avert Surgical Frenotomy Procedures news stories on BioPortfolio along with dozens of Feeding Examination Avert Surgical Frenotomy Procedures Clinical Trials and PubMed Articles about Feeding Examination Avert Surgical Frenotomy Procedures for you to read. In addition to the medical data, news and clinical trials, BioPortfolio also has a large collection of Feeding Examination Avert Surgical Frenotomy Procedures Companies in our database. You can also find out about relevant Feeding Examination Avert Surgical Frenotomy Procedures Drugs and Medications on this site too.

Showing "Feeding Examination Avert Surgical Frenotomy Procedures" PubMed Articles 1–25 of 11,000+

The value of frenotomy for ankyloglossia from a parental perspective.

We sought the parental experience of the effects of frenotomy in the presence of ankyloglossia by exploring the reasons for seeking frenotomy, impressions of its value and its impact on breastfeeding.

Surgical Management of Advanced Haemorrhoid Disease - What's the Deal?

About 2 - 3 million patients suffer from haemorrhoid disease in Germany each year. Advanced haemorrhoid disease is assumed if an operation is planned. In Germany, approximately 50,000 operations per year are performed for haemorrhoids. Individual therapy and surgery are implemented after proctological examination. A wide variety of surgical procedures are available. These techniques will be described and illustrated. Individual comorbidities such as anticoagulation and will be discussed, together with o...

Are Office-Based Oral and Maxillofacial Surgical Procedures Profitable? A Benefit-Cost Analysis.

Although many oral and maxillofacial surgical (OMS) procedures might seem to be profitable, no current data have analyzed the costs versus benefits of performing office-based OMS procedures. The purpose of the present study was to analyze the costs of performing 6 common office-based OMS procedures compared with the reimbursement rates for those same procedures.

Effects of a Surgical Receipt Program on the Supply Costs of Five General Surgery Procedures.

Surgical supplies occupy a large portion of health care expenditures but is often under the surgeon's control. We sought to assess whether an automated, surgeon-directed, cost feedback system can decrease supply expenditures for five common general surgery procedures.

Surgical treatment of a perforated cornea in a zebra.

Microsurgical procedures in zoo and wildlife animals are challenging because of the reduced perioperative sterility and postoperative care. This case report describes the positive result of the surgical treatment of a perforated corneal ulceration with prolapsed iris in an 18-year-old Grévy's zebra mare. The postoperative development and the results of the histomorphological examination 3.5 years after surgery are described.

Use and Misuse of Opioids After Gynecologic Surgical Procedures.

To examine the rate of opioid use for gynecologic surgical procedures and to investigate persistent opioid use among those women who received an initial opioid prescription.

It Is a Wrap! Or Is It?: The Role of Fundoplication in Infant Feeding Intolerance.

Fundoplication is one of the most common procedures performed by pediatric surgeons, frequently for gastroesophageal reflux with feeding intolerance. No consensus exists in its management, with multiple institutions opting for medical therapy over surgical intervention. A case-based survey was administered at a national pediatric surgery conference. Clinical vignettes described former-premature infants with reflux and feeding intolerance with or without failure to thrive (FTT), neurological impairment, com...

Emergency department management of patients with complications of bariatric surgery

As bariatric procedures have become more common, more of these patients present to the emergency department postoperatively. The most common complaints in these patients are abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting, though each of the surgical procedures will present with specific complications, and management will vary according to the surgical procedure performed. Computed tomography is often the primary imaging modality, though it has it limits, and plain film imaging is appropriate in some cases. This revie...

Correlation between students' and trainers' evaluations while learning delegated surgical procedures: a prospective cohort study.

The delegation of procedures within the medical competence to the nurses can increase the effectiveness of the healthcare provided. The objectives of the study are (1) to assess the quality of training courses for delegated surgical procedures through implementation for graduate scrub nursing ("students") (2) and to evaluate the correlation between the evaluation of this training carried out by students and the self-assessment conducted by the faculty ("trainers").

Bowel plication in neonatal high jejunal atresia.

This study aimed to evaluate the efficacy of bowel plication as a part of the surgical treatment in neonatal high jejunal atresia.Between January 2013 and December 2016, 43 neonates with high jejunal atresia underwent surgical treatment at the Children's Hospital of Fudan University. According to the surgical procedures the patients underwent, the neonates were divided into a bowel plication group and a nonplication group. Eighteen neonates underwent proximal bowel plication after atretic segment resection ...

Preparation for and Management of "Failed" Laryngoscopy and/or Intubation.

An airway manager's primary objective is to provide a path to oxygenation. This can be achieved by means of a facemask, a supraglottic airway, or a tracheal tube. If one method fails, an alternative approach may avert hypoxia. We cannot always predict the difficulties with each of the methods, but these difficulties may be overcome by an alternative technique. Each unsuccessful attempt to maintain oxygenation is time lost and may incrementally increase the risk of hypoxia, trauma, and airway obstruction nec...

Feeding Outcomes in Neonates With Trisomy 21 and Duodenal Atresia.

Duodenal atresia (DA), a common cause of congenital duodenal obstruction, is associated with trisomy 21. The postoperative feeding issues are not well described in this population. We hypothesize that the combination of DA and trisomy 21 is associated with the need for postoperative enteral feeding access.

Impact of body mass index on utilization of selected hospital resources for four common surgical procedures.

Evidence about the impact of obesity on surgical resource consumption in the Australian setting is equivocal. Our objectives were to quantify the prevalence of obesity in four frequently performed surgical procedures and explore the association between body mass index (BMI) and hospital resource utilization including procedural duration, length of stay (LOS) and costs.

Postoperative paralytic ileus after major oncological procedures in the enhanced recovery after surgery era: A population based analysis.

Enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) protocols have been developed and implemented as of 2001 and may have significantly reduced several complication types including paralytic ileus. However, no formal analyses targeted paralytic ileus rates after contemporary major surgical oncology procedures. We examined temporal trends of paralytic ileus following ten major oncological surgical procedures. The effect of paralytic ileus on length of stay (LOS) and total hospital charges was examined. Univariable and mu...

Creating Value in Spine Surgery: Using Patient Reported Outcomes to Compare the Short-term Impact of Different Orthopaedic Surgical Procedures.

Society increasingly asks Medicine to create "value" for patients. As healthcare costs rise, this question will become more important. Debate exists regarding the relative "value" of many surgical procedures, including spinal surgery. Comparison of the relative value that patients experience after different orthopaedic procedures is theoretical, but informs the ongoing debate.

A 1-Year Cost Analysis of Spinal Surgical Procedures in Spain: Neurosurgeons Versus Orthopedic Surgeons.

To evaluate the direct costs of various spinal surgical procedures within 1 year of follow-up and to compare the profiles of neurosurgeons and orthopedic surgeons.

Clinical feeding examination with cervical auscultation for detecting oropharyngeal aspiration: a systematic review of the evidence.

Cervical auscultation (i.e. listening to swallowing sounds) is the most commonly used technique in adjuvant to the clinical feeding examination by speech-language pathologists worldwide to assess for oropharyngeal aspiration risk in children. Despite its relative popularity in clinical practice, little is known on the clinical utility of cervical auscultation within a paediatric population.

Neurosurgical procedures performed during residency in Europe-preliminary numbers and time trends.

Differences in the postgraduate training programs of neurosurgical residents are suspected throughout Europe. The influence of working hour restrictions by the European Working Time Directive (WTD) 2003/88/EC on the number of surgical procedures remains unclear. We designed a survey to collect information on the number of surgical procedures, performed by European neurosurgical trainees during residency. This article reports preliminary data.

Does Mandible-First Sequencing Increase Maxillary Surgical Accuracy in Bimaxillary Procedures?

In bimaxillary procedures, it is important to know how the chosen sequence affects the surgical outcome. The purpose of this study was to explore whether the theoretical advantages of using the mandible-first procedure were supported by clinical data.

Hospital volume and failure to rescue after vestibular schwannoma resection.

Complication rates in many complex surgical procedures are associated with the volume of procedures performed.

Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation in Thoracic Surgery: Establishing Functional and Technical Operability.

Functional and technical operability has to be evaluated and defined prior to thoracic surgical procedures. Sometimes patients assigned to thoracic surgery procedures have to be declared inoperable due to functional und technical limitations. Extracorporeal lung support is an important tool to establish functional and technical operability in patients undergoing thoracic surgical procedures. This ensures perioperative safety and minimises the risk during extended lung resection.

Bilateral vesicoureteral reflux: pro intravesical techniques.

All surgical techniques in antireflux surgery are characterised by a high success rate of over 90 %. The common goal of all procedures is the formation of a submucosal tunnel which is four times longer than the diameter of the ureter. Successful treatment has been achieved worldwide with the extravesical antireflux technique according to Lich-Gregoir in non-dilated ureters and psoas hitch ureterocystoneostomy in dilated ureters. Intravesical surgical procedures include the Politano-Leadbetter technique an...

Fathers' attachment representations and infant feeding practices.

This study examined how fathers' adult attachment representations, assessed before the birth of their first child, predict feeding practices with their 8-month-old infants. Fathers have been underrepresented in child feeding research, particularly in longitudinal and observational studies. Feeding is a key parenting task of infancy and a growing number of studies have begun to explore the connection between attachment and parental feeding practices and behavior, revealing a clear link between mothers' adult...

Evaluation of three superior oblique surgical weakening procedures for A-pattern strabismus.

To evaluate three superior oblique surgical weakening procedures for correcting A-pattern strabismus: tenectomy, superior oblique hang-back recession, and that involving the use of superior oblique suture spacers.

The Impact of Medicaid Expansion on Utilization of Vascular Procedures and Rates of Amputation.

Although New York's Medicaid expansion increased coverage in 2001, little is known regarding changes in surgical care utilization among patients with vascular disease. We sought to measure the impact of expansion on the rates of both vascular procedures and amputations.

Quick Search