In Texas grading system of the wound, there was indication of improvement (marginally significant (P < 0.09) in the second visit and there was a highly significant change in the second visit after 30 days of post test (P < 0.001). The Wagner scale of wound grading system the wound was classified in pre-test and post test one after 15 days and post test two after 30 days. The result showed there was no significant change in all three visits of both treatment groups. This Wagner tool result showed herbal treatment to be better but statistically not very
Improves overall quality of life. • May be effective by correcting the basic disease process. 9.4 LIMITATION OF THE STUDY: • The limitation was the small sample size • Lack of a control group. • All MS Phenotype were included in study. Relapsing Rimitting, Primary Progressive, secondary progressive and Progressive
We think that the transanal Swenson approach which leaves no mechanical obstructive factors like muscular cuff as in Soave's procedure or aganglionic anterior rectal wall as in Duhamel's procedure if combined with postoperative irrigation regimen will significantly decrease the incidence of postoperative Hirschsprung associated enterocolitis. This is comparable to what reported by Marty et al who emphasized the importance of postoperative rectal irrigation. Marty found that enterocolitis developed in 3 of 40 patients who underwent 2 rectal irrigations after surgical treatment of Hirschsprung’s disease, while enterocolitis occurred in 34 of 95 patients who did not undergo to postoperative irrigation
Postoperative gastric axial rotation was detected in 6 patients all were in group (A).Those were diagnosed when suspected clinically by persistent vomiting, dysphagia, or refractory gastroesophageal reflux despite proton pump inhibitor treatment after the initial LSG, then it was confirmed by both upper gastrointestinal series and gastro endoscopy all were treated endoscopically ,all were functional stenosis no organic stricture was found.4 cases responded well to repeated dilatation using achalasia balloon dilator at an increasing pressure starting from 15-psi ,and the other 2 cases required stent deployment with a self-expandable metal stent for 3 weeks then stent was removed . No further intervention was needed in any of the patients. The case that was detected intraoperatively was in group B and so it was fixed with uneventful postoperative
Nasal polyposis is a common disease in Rhinology which is better treated with Endoscopic nasal sinus surgery. The Rationale of this study is to assess result and success of this procedure in patients of Nasal Polyposis in our population and to compare its result with the result of previous study in last 5 years of our population.1 There is better visualization, good outcome and success rate and less recurrence of nasal polyps with endoscopic sinus surgery. In our population most of the cases of Nasal Polyposis are still treated with conventional surgical procedures which have no better outcome and success, more recurrences and complications. If results show good outcome then Endoscopic surgery will be
They include Pipelle device and Vabra aspirator. Pipella biopsy is less invasive compared to hysteroscopy and can be done without hospitalisation and general anesthetic. This actually explains why the acceptability for the Pipelle suction curette was 98% and for the D&C group was 34%.8 However, the later actually gives better diagnostic result than the former one with failure rates of D&C and Pipelle were 7.75% and 8.98%, respectively, without statistical difference. 9 I believe that the statistics provided are the reasons that the diagnosis through hysteroscopy is the acceptable practice in the clinical setting
As early as childhood he showed signs and symptoms of Parkinson’s disease which was later revealed as encephalitis lethargica. Acoording to the CNS forum (2000-2015) “Patients experienced a reduced level of awareness, possibly caused by swine influenza or some type of herpes-like virus. When they awoke, about half would have severe Parkinson's-like symptoms including rigidity, bradykinesia, slight tremors, and curious eye movements, so-called occulogyric crises - an uncommon symptom in idiopathic Parkinson's disease.” Dr. Sayer, who was played by Robin Williams, was applying for a job at the hospital where Leonard was confined, although Dr. Sayer he was not able to work with human patients before he was hired because the hospital was currently understaffed. Sayer, despite the skepticism of his colleagues, was determined to uncover what really happened with the patients and be able to help them regain normality. He then met Leonard, who became the subject on testing the drug L Dopa.
The incidence of breathlessness is higher in ETT group than in the LMA group. Vomiting has been a distressing post-operative complication especially in children undergoing stra-bismus surgery. It was also suggested to be due to the use of positive pressure ventilation, and due to gastric insufflations. In our study, it was found to be of a higher incidence in LMA group than in the ETT group. Out of the six children who had post-operative vomiting in LMA group, 3 children underwent strabismus repair.
About 3%-5% of people become carriers of the bacteria after the acute illness. Others suffer a very mild illness that goes unrecognized. These people may contain bacteria for long time -- even though they have no symptoms -- and be the source of new outbreaks of typhoid fever for many years. The incubation period for the bacteria is usually 1-2 weeks, and the duration of the illness is about 3-4 weeks. Symptoms include: ● Poor appetite ● Headaches ● Generalized aches and pains ● Fever as high as 104 degrees Fahrenheit ● Lethargy ● Diarrhea ● Chest congestion ● Abdominal pain and discomfort Improvement may occur in the third and fourth week without complications.