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A New Treatment for Mennorrahgia: Excessive bleeding among menopausal women can be stopped by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:20pm "Night and day." That's what Gina, who didn't want her last name used, kept repeating to describe how the underwent a surgery nearly two years ago she said changed her life. Gina, 52, said she expected menopause to be "lighter," with the attendant hot flashes and "everything else that goes along with that." "It didn't happen," she said. ... Read on »
Wounds That Don’t Bleed by Broken Brilliant Patient Expert Posted Thu 04 Jul 2013 10:11am “Wounds That Don’t Bleed” is a group of people dedicated to bring to light the tragedy of PTSD and the effects it is having on both active duty soldiers and those who reside here in the states. Their team created this music video on the topic that can be viewed here: . You can also check out their website at and their Faceboo ... Read on »
What Is Pulmonary Embolism? by Noman Khan Posted Tue 23 Jun 2009 6:54pm A pulmonary embolism (PULL-mun-ary EM-bo-lizm), or PE, is a sudden blockage in a lung artery, usually due to a blood clot that traveled to the lung from a vein in the leg. A clot that forms in one part of the body and travels in the bloodstream to another part of the body is called an embolus. ... Read on »
FDA Safety Communication: UPDATE on Serious Complications Associated with Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Systems by FDA Posted Thu 24 Feb 2011 12:00am Date Issued: February 24, 2011 Audience: Health Care Providers: Prescribing physicians and clinicians responsible for the ongoing care of patients whose wounds are being managed with negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT). Patients and Caregivers Device: NPWT promotes healing ... Read on »
Risk of Postpartum Bleeding Higher After Cesarean - Study suggests induction also increases risk of severe hemorrhage - Modern M by Jodi K. Posted Fri 25 Sep 2009 12:00am   Study suggests induction also increases risk of severe hemorrhage Publish date: Sep 24, 2009           THURSDAY, Sept. 24 (HealthDay News) -- The risk of severe postpartum hemorrhage increases after induction and pre-labor cesarean section, according to a study in the ... Read on »
A Flower For First Aid: Rose and Wound Care by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 31 Oct 2011 9:13pm My readers will all likely be very familiar with my fondness for any and all Rosa species, and most especially for my local wild Rosa woodsii. There’s no doubt that Rose is a popular plant among herbalists across the globe. Often though, I notice that it tends to be primarily known for emotional issues. While I would be the last person to d ... Read on »
Hip Implant Complications by Dr. Lawrence Kindo Posted Sun 11 Nov 2012 10:07pm Recent reports show that hip replacement surgeries are more and more successful and many patients get a new chance of enjoying life without having to deal with pain while moving or during their daily activities. With every year that goes by, more patients try this type of treatment hoping their life will become as it once ... Read on »
How to Know When your Beloved Pet Needs Emergency Care by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 18 Oct 2009 3:15am Humans are not the only ones who may need emergency care at some point in time. Your pets may require it as well. Accidents do happen, so when something happens to your pet, do you know where to turn to for help? What if it is in the middle of the night or away from home? Having an emergency plan in place before you need it is so important for pe ... Read on »
Before Surgery: Your Top 6 Hospital Risks by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:39pm It's a fact of life: people checking into the hospital face risks. Expecting to get better, some actually wind up getting worse. We've all heard the horror stories about hospital risks after surgery. There's the danger of medical complications, like bleeding or infection. Then there are the human errors, like getting the wrong drug o ... Read on »
CASE AND COMMENTARY: Silent Pain in the Neck by Healthcare Research & Quality Posted Tue 02 Feb 2010 7:00am Silent Pain in the Neck A 60-year-old man with no significant past medical history underwent an elective anterior cervical discectomy for persistent right arm weakness due to cervical stenosis. After an uncomplicated procedure, the patient was transferred to a surgical unit with stable vital ... Read on »