Da Costa Santos, C. M., De Mattos Pimenta, C. A., & Nobre, M. R. C. (2010). A Systematic Review of Topical Treatments to Control the Odor of Malignant Fungating Wounds. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 39(6), 1065-1076. 6. Finlay, I. G., Bowszyc, J., Ramlau, C., & Gwiezdzinski, Z. (1996).
Portrait of Dr. Samuel D. Gross (The Gross Clinic) The Gross Clinic is a painting by American artist Thomas Eakins. Based in a Jefferson Medical College surgical amphitheater, world famous surgeon Dr. Samuel Gross can be seen performing a surgery on the thigh of an unknown patient. Gross, along with some colleagues, was demonstrating to a class his newly developed procedure that helped to treat bone infections. Surgery in that century was mainly amputations, but The Gross Clinic is the first painting to depict surgery as a healing procedure and method. The patient in the painting is being treated for osteomyelitis of the femur, which would have resulted in an amputation in any other century before.
In our study, though the median volume of air used for cuff inflation was 20 ml for size 3 SLMA and 30 ml for size 4, the volume ranged from 15-30 ml for size 3 and 20-30 ml for size 4 which is much higher than that recommended. This could possibly be explained by the fact that in 24 patients, a one size smaller SLMA was used. In 16 patients who weighed >70 Kg a size 4 SLMA was used instead of a size 5 which is not easily available. The cuff was therefore probably overinflated to minimize a leak. A study by C.Verghese and B.Ramaswamy 9 showed median volume of air for cuff inflation to 60 cm H₂O was 21.9
B 1. In the film, a host named Michael Gillian elaborates on medical practitioners’ uses of various surgical tools in which the Egyptians invented many years ago. Thus, to prove this idea, Mr. Gillian introduces Dr. David Rahimi, a noted surgeon from Los Angeles coming to assist in testing the theory. The information given about him being a “noted” surgeon means that he has a history for himself around the city of LA, thus concluding that he contains experience. Dr. Rahimi places his professional surgical tools next to exact replicas of old Egyptian tools found in Egypt in 2001, comparing the similarities of each with their designs and uses.
A comparative study on the effect of laparoscopic simulation on skill training in laparoscopic surgery Mohamed Lotfy, Mohamed I. Abdelhamid, Hazem N. Ashri Department of General and Laparoscopic Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Zagazig University, Zagzig, Egypt CorrespondencetoMohamedLotfyAli,MD , Department of General and Laparoscopic Surgery, Zagazig University, Zagazig, Egypt Tel: + 20 106 014 0862; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org The Egyptian Journal of Surgery 2017 Context This study examined the effect of using laparoscopic simulation on the enhancement of psychomotor capabilities linked to performing laparoscopic appendectomy. Participants and methods Thirty surgical trainees carried out a laparoscopic appendectomy in the operating room (OR). The
An Unusual Case of Pyrazinamide Induced Erythema Multiforme in a Patient of Tuberculous Meningitis: A Case Report Dr. Haiya J. Sheth1, Dr. Aarti N. Shah2, Dr. Supriya D. Malhotra3, Dr. Pankaj R. Patel4, 1First year Pharmacology Resident; 2Ex. Assistant Professor, Department of Dermatology; 3Professor & Head, Department of Pharmacology; 4Professor of Orthopaedics, Dean; Smt. N.H.L. Municipal Medical College, V.S.General Hospital, Ellisbridge, Ahmedabad-380006, Gujarat, India Abstract: Erythema Multiforme (EM) is a skin condition having various aetiologies including drugs. Pyrazinamide, one of the 1st line Antitubercular drugs (AKT) is known to cause various adverse effects.
925 which is more than .05. Thus the null hypothesis of equality of variances may be accepted, and it is concluded that the variances of the two groups are equal. It can be seen from Table 6, that the value of t statistic is -2.849. the t value is significant as its p value is which is less than .05.thus it is concluded that the ability to handle pressure of experienced players is more than that of amateur players. Table 7 – descriptive statistics of the groups with regard to reboundability. Group Statistics group N Mean Std.
We have investigated your concerns regarding this issue. Based medical records received from Pima Heart Hospital. Dr. Michael Arnold receommended a dual chamber primary-prevention internal cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD). Provider determined the device was medically necessary due to diagnosis of congestive Heart Failure. Dr. Arnold thoroughly described the risks and benefits.
1. Describe the problem as told by a health care professional For this interview project, I chose to interview Dr. Shawn Fagan, MD. He is a burn surgeon and intensivist for the Joseph M. Still Burn Center at Doctors Hospital in Augusta. Dr. Fagan has is board certified in both surgery and surgical critical care by the American Board of Surgery. He has participated in numerous studies in the area of exfoliative and necrotizing diseases of the skin.
The phases included pain reduction, developing scapular stability, increasing ROM, muscular strengthening, and focusing on sensory motor training. The sensitivity was 76% and the ICC was listed as 0.41. The average Visual Analogue Scale for pain scores decreased from 6.25 to 0 while the ASORS test improved from the average 71.5 points to 90.5 points. A score of 90 to 100 points was considered to be an excellent result.4 To assess appropriate outcome measures, the Upper Extremity Functional Index (UEFI) and goniometric ROM, was completed at Derek’s initial evaluation and on his final day of treatment. According to Chesworth et al, the 20 question UEFI shows .94 ICC, 4.0 SEM, 9.4 MDC, 80% sensitivity, 68% specificity, 72%PPV, 77% NPV, and 51.2 validity.5 The UEFI was determined to be reliable since it can be easily replicated.