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The 3D Facelift with Stem Cells–Local Anesthesia Using Patients Own Fat Cells For a Better Looking Face by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 30 Aug 2010 10:59am This sounds like a huge winner as the process does 2 positive things.  The collagen used comes from the patient’s area of the body where fat lurks, perhaps area where the patient would stand to like having some of this removed.  Below is one sample video of many that are on the website and I have to say it looks good and you can’t ... Read on »
New Drug Eliminates Effects of Local Anesthesia by Dr. Helaine Smith Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:06am Hate feeling like your lip or tongue is about five sizes too big once you've been subjected to anesthesia? According to today's New York Times, Novalar Pharmaceuticals, a small drug company, has won FDA approval to market a new drug that dispels the effects of local anesthesia. According to the Times article, the new drug, called OraVerse ... Read on »
New Drug Eliminates Effects of Local Anesthesia by Dr. Helaine Smith Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:52pm Hate feeling like your lip or tongue is about five sizes too big once you've been subjected to anesthesia? According to today's New York Times, Novalar Pharmaceuticals, a small drug company, has won FDA approval to market a new drug that dispels the effects of local anesthesia. According to the Times article, the new drug, called OraV ... Read on »
Local Anesthesia in Pediatric Dentistry by Dr. Dean Brandon Posted Thu 03 Sep 2009 11:27am Novocaine, that's the stuff that makes it possible to complete complex dentistry without discomfort. It's the stuff that "numbs" the tooth. Now really we don't use basic novocaine. I would guess the main drugs used these days are Lidocaine, Mepivicain, and Articaine. All these drugs are various derivatives in the same chemical family. They all ... Read on »
New Long-Acting Local Anesthetic Derived From Algae Effectively Blocks Pain In Surgical Patients by Ed H. Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Fri 25 Feb 2011 5:58pm A U.S.-Chile collaboration is bringing surgical patients closer to having a long-acting local anesthetic. In a randomized, double-blind trial, patients given neosaxitoxin, a new local anesthetic derived from algae, had significantly less postoperative pain and recovered about two days sooner than those given the commonly used local anesthetic b ... Read on »
HIP DYSPLASIA IN DOGS, PART 2 by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 12:12pm Helpful Buckeye would like to welcome all of our new readers to Questions On Dogs and Cats. You have either been referred here by a friend or by another blog or web site that made a mention of our blog site. To help you navigate your way through our blog, here are a few suggestions: Questions On Dogs and Cats is published once a week, late ... Read on »
Medical and Non-Medical Programs for Birth - A Feminist Perspective by Liana Voia by Liana Voia Posted Sun 19 Feb 2012 1:19pm  1. IntroductionHypnosis is an ancient therapeutic modality that has been used under various forms and known under different names in many cultures for thousands of years. Hypnotic or trance-like techniques/rituals had been used in the past by the village midwives, shamans, healers, spiritual figures. Today, it is mainly practised by certified/lay ... Read on »
10 Principles of Patellofemoral Rehabilitation by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted Thu 28 May 2009 11:13pm Although the key to successful rehabilitation program for patellofemoral pain requires an accurate differential diagnosis, there are several principles to patellofemoral rehabilitation that should be considered when designing any program.  Below are what I would consider the 10 key principles of patellofemoral rehabilitation.  They can be used as ... Read on »
Kevorkian : You Don't Know Jack by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Sat 24 Apr 2010 9:31pm Your opinion on assisted suicide for persons suffering from Alzheimer's disease?.... By Bob DeMarco Alzheimer's Reading Room Last night, HBO premiered its new film on Jack Kevorkian -- You Don't Know Jack. Dr. Kevorkians' first assisted suicide patient, Janet Adkins, suffered from Alzheimer's disease. Janet A ... Read on »
CWD aka MAD DEER, ELK DISEASE TEXAS HOUSTON CHRONICLE Wednesday, July 11, 2012 by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 12 Jul 2012 5:47pm By Shannon Tompkins Updated 05:47 a.m., Wednesday, July 11, 2012 Two mule deer taken recently from west Texas tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease, the first time the invariably fatal illness affecting deer and other cervids has been documented in Texas, adding urge ... Read on »