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2013-07-22 08:20:01

Joint research by the National Defense Medical College and Waseda University (Takeoka Lab, Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering)Tokyo, July 22, 2013 - (ACN Newswire) - Severe damage to the large vessels from multiple trauma or accidental complications in surgery can cause exsanguinating hemorrhage leading to death. Especially in the thin-walled vena cava abundant with blood, a tear in a small laceration soon widens, requiring a difficult and specialized...

2013-06-20 23:00:13

Jacksonville, FL, pediatric ENT performs rare procedure to remove salivary gland stone with no incision on West Palm Beach boy. Jacksonville, Florida (PRWEB) June 21, 2013 Nemours Children´s Clinic pediatric otolaryngologist Gary Josephson, MD, sees his share of unusual cases in his specialty. He has become an expert in performing a number of minimally invasive procedures for small children, including one to remove salivary gland stones. Called a sialendoscopy, the procedure was first...

2013-05-22 23:17:38

North Fulton Hospital's surgeons have recently begun performing the Anterior Approach to total hip replacement, which allows the surgeon to perform the surgery through a smaller incision and without detaching the muscles from the bones. This provides the potential for a quicker recover with less pain. Roswell, GA (PRWEB) May 22, 2013 Hip replacement surgery has been used to treat joint disease since the 1960s, but recent innovations can greatly improve the patient´s recovery. Hip...

2013-02-27 23:01:04

Dr. Douglas Steinbrech Performs New Less Invasive Facelift Technique New York, NY (PRWEB) February 27, 2013 Renowned Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. Douglas Steinbrech of Gotham Plastic Surgery is excited to offer a revolutionary new technique in less invasive facial rejuvenation: the Ultrasound Short-Incision Facelift. The Ultrasound Short-Incision Facelift combines ultrasound energy with facelift surgery. The use of ultrasound energy (Ulthera) allows for a much shorter incision to be made....

2012-11-13 12:39:23

The precision and three-dimensional view provided by robots can enable essentially scar-free surgery for some women needing hysterectomies, physicians report. The case report in the Journal of Minimal Access Surgery is of a 46-year-old physically fit female with a history of excessive bleeding and benign growths on her uterus. Her surgery was performed through a two inch-long incision in the belly button, the thinnest part of the abdomen, using the robotic arms in a "chopstick" fashion,...


Latest incision Reference Libraries

Tracheal Intubation
2013-04-30 13:26:36

Tracheal intubation (commonly known as intubation) is the placement of a flexible plastic tube into the trachea in order to maintain an open airway or to serve as a conduit through which to administer oxygen or other drugs. It is commonly performed in emergency situations and critically ill or injured patients, but intubation is also used in patients who will be undergoing a lengthy surgery that requires them to be under anesthesia for a significant number of hours. In order to intubate,...

Laparoscopy
2013-03-04 09:24:55

A laparoscopy is an invasive surgical procedure used in abdominal area but is much less invasive than the preceding methods. Small incisions are made in the abdomen or pelvic area in which the camera and tools are introduced to perform the surgery or inspect the area. The method before the laparoscopy involved cutting open the area completely with longer healing time and more complications. Although in the pediatric populations, abscesses have a tendency to form around the incision sites....

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