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Product Recalls Maclaren Recalls Strollers After Finger Amputations by Brett .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Nov 2009 10:00pm It’s been a while since there was a major recall, but this one is a doozy: Maclaren is recalling about 1 million umbrella strollers because the side hinge mechanism can cut off a finger, reports msnbc. Or a fat carrot, as the screen grabs show. There have been reports of 12 finger amputations and three lacerations in the United Sta ... Read on »
Product Recalls Maclaren Recalls Strollers After Finger Amputations by Brett .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Nov 2009 12:00am It’s been a while since there was a major recall, but this one is a doozy: Maclaren is recalling about 1 million umbrella strollers because the side hinge mechanism can cut off a finger, reports msnbc. Or a fat carrot, as the screen grabs show. There have been reports of 12 finger amputations and three laceration ... Read on »
Going Back to Work after the Finger Amputation, and my very non-mentally sympathetic Boss by Crazy Nurse Posted Sat 17 Jul 2010 4:00pm So, the finger amputation was planned for May 27th. I had to be admitted onto the ward the previous day. From a patients perspective; I failed to see why exactly I needed to waste up a bed the night before, but from a nurses perspective I conceded it would stop some random general medical patient taking my bed, and should guarantee I at least got ... Read on »
Health Highlights: May 17, 2012 by HealthFinder Posted Thu 17 May 2012 1:00pm healthnewslink Cancer Claims Life of Disco Queen Donna Summer Woman With Flesh-Eating Disease Views Damaged Hands Healthy Food Cheaper than Unhealthy Food: Study More U.S. Doctors Use E-Prescribing California TB Patient Arrested for Not Taking Med ... Read on »
Preventative Foot Care in Hemodialysis Patients by savinglimbs Posted Fri 12 Mar 2010 12:00am Comprehensive care of hemodialysis patients poses a significant challenge for nephrologists. Although protocol driven approaches by hemodialysis centers have significantly improved standardized care, significant gaps remain in overall medical care provided to hemodialysis patients. Admittedly, with improvement in care, mortality rate for dialysi ... Read on »
Diabetes-related leg amputations could be prevented and need not be costly: IDF by savinglimbs Posted Mon 14 Jun 2010 12:00am By BOBBY RAMAKANT | CNS Published: Apr 12, 2010 17:28 Of more than one million lower extremity amputations performed each year worldwide, 70 percent happen to people with diabetes. In India alone, almost 40,000 legs are amputated every year as a consequence of diabetes. These figures were mentioned by Prof. Jean Claude Mbanya, president ... Read on »
Preventive Foot Care in Hemodialysis Patients by Encompass Network Partners .. Posted Tue 09 Feb 2010 1:44pm Comprehensive care of hemodialysis patients poses a significant challenge for nephrologists. Although protocol driven approaches by hemodialysis centers have significantly improved standardized care, significant gaps remain in overall medical care provided to hemodialysis patients. Admittedly, with improvement in care, mortality rate for dialysis p ... Read on »
Preventive Foot Care in Hemodialysis Patients by Encompass Network Partners .. Posted Wed 14 Oct 2009 7:00pm Comprehensive care of hemodialysis patients poses a significant challenge for nephrologists. Although protocol driven approaches by hemodialysis centers have significantly improved standardized caresignificant gaps remain in overall medical care provided to hemodialysis patients. Admittedlywith improvement in caremortality rate for dialysis patie ... Read on »
Would Universal Health-Care Co ... by John R. Posted Tue 08 Mar 2011 1:40am Would Universal Health-Care Coverage Actually Improve Health? By Jim Manzi There is a debate going on in the blogosphere between Ezra Klein, Arnold Kling, Karl Smith, Tim Carney, and others about, to put it crudely, whether health care really affects health that much. This is, in part, a proxy debate for whether it is worth it for the U ... Read on »
Potential Breakthrough In Vascular Surgery: Sutureless Surgery by EyeDrD Posted Wed 31 Aug 2011 7:21am A team headed by Geoffrey Gurtner has developed a way of joining severed blood vessels without stitching them together with sutures.   Reconnecting severed blood vessels is mostly done the same way today with sutures as it was 100 years ag ... Read on »