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From:What an exciting week! ... by Odysseys of George Patient Expert Posted Mon 16 Nov 2009 10:03pm From: What an exciting week! Well, I was on call on Wednesday, it started out like any other morning looking very quiet. As I was doing rounds, we came across a young lady of 16 years old, who had symptoms suggestive of acute appendicitis. Not very convinced, I ordered them to book the case for laparoscopic appendectomy. Two beds later, a yo ... Read on »
My Girl. by PunkRockChic Posted Sat 09 Feb 2013 12:25pm I remember the day we brought Dahlia home, the very moment I first laid eyes on her. I knew she had to become a part of our family. All 6 lbs of her tiny puppy self. She was feisty and rambunctious and playful from the very beginning. She was only 9 weeks old when she came home with us in early March of 2007. Ryan and I had just bought our first ... Read on »
How to cure Mono! by Stephen Tvedten Patient Expert Posted Sat 24 Nov 2012 3:54pm Mononucleosis, sometimes referred to a "mono," is an acute infectious, viral disease usually caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) or cytomegalovirus, both of which belong to the Herpes virus group. Mono is often also referred to as "sleeping sickness," or "kissing sickness," since it is very contagious and is mainly transferred from one person ... Read on »
Achilles tendon injuries, tendonosis, tendonitis, tears, rupture, surgery, repair and recovery by melaniepoland Facebook Posted Wed 20 Oct 2010 12:19am I've started a blog about my personal experience with this very painful situation (and long recovery) with lots of details and resources.  Check it out!   http://achillestendondrama.blogspot.com/   Read on »
Surgeon Shortage Pushes Hospitals to Hire Temps – Scalpel Services by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 6:33pm Scary that the number of general surgeons per capita has declined 25%.  The physicians that work from a staffing agency though get additional lodging and other accommodations as well.  This costs the hospital more money as well, but with a lack of general surgeons, there’s not a whole lot of choice.  Robotic surgery will later emerge in handling ... Read on »
Referred pain by Brad W. Medical Student Posted Tue 28 Oct 2008 9:46pm Updated July 2009 If you woke up with a pain in your shoulder , you'd probably think something was wrong with your shoulder, right? Maybe you slept on it the wrong way, maybe you're a weekend warrior who threw the football a few too many times. In most cases, your hunch is probably right. Pain in the shoulder usually indicates an injury or ... Read on »
Quick Fixes to Common Training Injuries by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 11 Aug 2010 7:59am Call it a law of weightlifting: no matter how careful you are, at some point you’re gonna get hurt. Now you probably won’t decapitate yourself with a barbell or tear a pec or even rupture your spleen—the weightlifter’s injuries are rarely that cool or sudden. Nope, you’ll probably just end up with a bum shoulder, a pinched ... Read on »
Finding a Personal Meaning in Meaningful Use by Juno Medical Doctor Posted Wed 16 Mar 2011 9:43am At the Chicago Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center (CHITREC) we’ve had many discussions about what Meaningful Use means. We’ve discussed core sets, menu sets, quality measurements, numerators, denominators, eligibility thresholds, attestation, electronic health record (EHR) certification and reporting tools. On the surface, ... Read on »
Cruciate Ligament Rupture in Dogs: Symptoms and Diagnosis by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Sun 27 Jul 2008 12:11am 1 Comment This video explain everything you need to know about rupture of cruciate ligament in dogs ShareThis Read on »
Surgery Update by Stephanie Posted Wed 09 Nov 2011 12:00am Surgery was successful and Kamryn is sleeping peacefully right now! It has been a pretty anxious day but Stef and I are feeling much better having the scariest part behind us. The surgery started around 8:00am this morning and lasted about 2.5 hours. After talking to the surgeon, it appears the original patch she receiv ... Read on »