Surgical complications

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  • The editors have done an excellent job in compiling a series of contributions on complications after surgery. The contributors are from the UK in addition to a substantial number of contributions from other countries. The book opens with a fascinating chapter on the history of surgical complications. The author concludes by pointing out that complications in surgery today vastly exceed those encountered in the past, but hastens to add that this is because of the complexity and variety of operative procedures performed today compared with the past...

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  • It is more enjoyable to read about complications than to manage them. Surgical complications are challenging for several reasons. It is difficult to watch patients and their families suffer. Although some complications are minor setbacks that resolve over time, some lead to longstanding disability. As surgeons, we sometimes doubt ourselves in the wake of a complication and lose confidence in our abilities. In some cases, surgeons avoid surgery or practice heightened defensive surgery, rendering them surgically dysfunctional.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Williams obstetrics" presents the following contents: Delivery, the newborn, the puerperium, obstetrical complications, medical and surgical complications.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Requisites in dermatology - Dermatologic surgery" presents the following contents: Basic excisional surgery, suture techniques, sture materials, flaps, skin grafts, nail surgery, mohs micrographic surgery, surgical complications,...

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  • Management of acute pain, especially post-operative pain, in patients on high dose opioids is a challenge that requires in-depth knowledge of pharmacokinetics and the formulation of a careful management plan to avoid withdrawal symptoms and inadequate pain management. • Chronic pain after cancer surgery may occur in up to 50% of patients. Risk factors for the development of chronic pain after breast cancer surgery include: young age, chemo and radiotherapy, poor post-operative pain control and certain surgical factors.

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  • Surgical Atlas of Pediatric Otolaryngology is a unique and comprehensive reference for clinicians who care for infants and children with disorders of the ears, nose, throat, head, neck, and related structures. Over 200 procedures are described in 650 figures in 900 parts, with step-by-step instructions for patient preparation, surgical techniques, postoperative care, and prevention of complications.

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  • These four categories really depend in the main on the idea that in some circumstances, God and religion justify war. This is the ‘just war’ doctrine. The notion of ‘just war’ is based on the violence-of-God tradition, attempting to solidify the relationship between God and war. However, any arguments regarding divine war are built upon understandings of divine justice. Analyzing the concept of ‘just war’, Richard Kirby contends that ‘it is not that the variable attributes of the war which are problematic; it’s the elasticity of the concept of justice’.

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  • Several in vitro studies have shown that polyphenols are the major contributors with respect to the total antioxidant activity of the majority of fruits and vegetables. Over 8.000 polyphenolic molecules have been identified and can be classified into flavonoids and non- flavonoid phenolics. Certain authors consider (poly)phenols to be all secondary phytochemicals that have at least two phenol subunits.

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  • The prognosis for individuals with liver cancer is frequently poor. Cancers include those which have metastasized to the liver from elsewhere, reflecting advanced stage disease where cure is rarely possible. Similarly, primary liver cancer frequently complicates chronic liver disease, which further limits therapeutic options. Despite these dismal facts, there are signs that change is imminent. Not only have imaging modalities and surgical techniques improved, but preventive strategies and medical therapies show promise.

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  • Doctors around the world now perform more than two hundred thirty million major operations every year. The World Health Organization says preventable injuries and deaths from surgical care are a growing concern. Experts estimate that surgical complications result in at least one million deaths a year. The W.H.O. says studies suggest that about half of these problems may be preventable.

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  • The uterosacral ligaments arise from the sacral vertebrate S2,3,4 and attach to the cervical ring posteriorly. It is an effective insertion point of the downward muscle force, the longitudinal muscle of the anus (LMA). The rectovaginal fascia extends as a sheet between the lateral rectal pillars, from the perineal body below to the levator plate above. It is attached to the uterosacral ligaments (USL) and the fascia surrounding the cervix. The perineal body lies between the distal third of the posterior vaginal wall and the anus below the pelvic floor. It is 3-4 cm long.

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  • Some of the issues just outlined are issues that have been constructively considered in the course of this book. UNCTAD has been involved in the area of insurance since its inception in 1964. More recently with the twin focus on the insurance sector being in the area of regulation and trade negotiation in the sector, we have at the request of our member States tried to look at arising development implications so as to provide an overview. As a focal point in the United Nations system for the integrated treatment of trade and development and related issues, UNCTAD has unique...

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  • Research has suggested a link between nutritional deficiencies in early (including prenatal) life, and the development of chronic diseases—cardiovascular disease, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, stroke, cancer, and osteoporosis, among others—some decades later (World Health Organization 2000a, 2000b; Jacoby 2004). A possible link between early nutritional deficiencies and obesity has also been suggested, and it remains an area of ongoing research (Pan American Health Organization 2003).

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  • This paper draws upon data from a research project undertaken in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. vii The focus on consumers/end users to develop a broad and situated view of the consumption of counterfeit goods led the data collection to focus primarily on counterfeit versions of leisure goods (e.g., fashion clothes, music, film, games, and other software). The distinction between leisure goods and other types of counterfeit items is not merely one of convenience.

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  • The survey results indicate that the majority of students in almost all of the scenarios preferred the modern electronic soundtrack. Furthermore, in each case, regardless of whether a majority was reached, the positive response to this music outweighed the negative response. Focus group comments for the Caligari screening, for example, noted that the DJ Spooky music was “more effective” and allowed for a “better experience” for students.

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  • The spleen is situated in the Middle Energizer. Its main physiological functions of spleen involves: the transportation and transformation of water and food on one hand, and of dampness on the other, controlling all the blood of the body and keeping it circulating normally within the vessels, transports and transforms the essence of food and drink to nourish the muscles and the four limbs. The mouth is the aperture of the spleen, for this reason, the lips reflect the condition of the spleen's function of transporting and transforming water and food.

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  • “Women’s health” is a concept that conjures up many meanings and agendas in different regions of the world among many different strata of women. Yet these differences do not discourage women from espousing and supporting women’s health; nor is there much of an interest on the part of women advocates for reducing the number of concerns. Generally speaking women’s health is conceptually pragmatic -- that is, women’s health is generally thought to include all conditions, diseases, care and research that affects women either disproportionately or differently from men. ...

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  • Today’s nurses enter a realm of opportunities and challenges for providing high-quality, evidence-based care in traditional as well as new and innovative health care settings. The rapid changes in health care mandate that nurses be prepared to provide or plan care across the continuum of settings—from hospital or clinic, to home, to community agencies or hospice settings—and during all phases of illness. Recent research has indicated that nurses make significant contributions to the health care outcomes of patients who are hospitalized.

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  • New cars are supplied by auto manufacturers via a network of legally separate but captive retail dealerships. Whether the increased demand for high-fuel eciency cars and decreased demand for low fuel-eciency cars will show up primarily in the prices or in the market shares of new cars depends on the elasticity of the combined response in this supply chain. There are several reasons to think that supply may not be perfectly inelastic, and that therefore at least part of the response will show up in quantities.

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  • This paper studies performance effects of appointing other firms' executive directors to corporate boards in the UK. Consistent with the explicit advantages associated with non-executive directors, as set out in the various UK corporate governance codes, our basic hypothesis maintains that, in the presence of director fixed effects, the appointment of an executive director as non-executive director will have a positive impact on the appointing company‟s performance.

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