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EAR HEMATOMAS...EXCESS BAGGAGE FOR THE EAR by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Thu 08 Oct 2009 9:27pm MEOW, MEOW!!! Helpful Buckeye received a lot of e-mails about last week's discussion of the senses of a cat. Those from cat owners pretty much said the same thing: "Keep the cat articles coming!" The e-mails from dog owners weren't as negative as you might expect. Nope, they all reported that they enjoyed reading about the different capabilities of ... Read on »
Hydroxyethyl Starch Solutions: FDA Safety Communication - Boxed Warning on Increased Mortality and Severe Renal Injury and Risk by FDA Posted Mon 24 Jun 2013 5:30pm [Posted 06/11/2013] AUDIENCE: Critical Care Medicine, Nephrology, Patient, Pharmacy, Health Professional ISSUE: FDA has analyzed recent data that indicate an increased risk of (i) mortality and renal injury requiring renal replacement therapy in critically ill adult patients, including patients with s ... Read on »
The Adrenal Vein Sampling Test by Flower Spy Posted Sun 21 Dec 2008 12:00am December 2008 I finally had to have one of these intimidating procedures, the Adrenal Vein Sampling test (AVS). At this point, I would have done anything to help me get out of the hormonal hell I had been living in for at least four years. The surgeon I had met with last month felt pretty sure I was leaning toward surgery. All I knew was I did ... Read on »
further testing revealed that hays has an intraparenchymal hematoma by johnsena1231 Posted Tue 18 Dec 2012 6:05am     Once you know the basics of hockey and the difference between delicacy and power to help, you can start planning your trip offensive. A strong offense is of no use if they have a solid defense. His tutor, central defender and has an important role when it defends the network.authentic hockey jerseys     Solving a difficult vide ... 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 »
National PA Week: Natalie E. Porcaro, Neuroscience House Staff by Elizabeth Leis Patient Expert Posted Tue 05 Oct 2010 12:00am Wednesday kicks off National Physician Assistant Week, and we're celebrating our dedicated physician assistants at LifeBridge Health by having them share their stories this week. Sinai Hospital will also host a special breakfast for PAs at 7 a.m. on Wednesday in the Sinai Board Room. A Day in the Life by Natalie E. Porcaro, Neuroscien ... Read on »
LIVER CARE FOUNDATION , NEW DELHI by nitinsyal Patient Expert Posted Thu 27 Aug 2009 11:34pm About the Liver The Liver is an organ on the right side of the body weighing about 1.5Kg. It is distinctly the largest and a key organ of a human body, characterized by its muddy red colour. It is strategically the first port of entry from the process of digestion before nutrients leave for the rest of the body. It is the only organ in the hum ... Read on »
Detailed Information on Myelofibrosis by Jan Posted Tue 22 Dec 2009 12:00am Myelofibrosis (MF) is one of the myeloproliferative disorders (MPDs). It is also known as agnogenic myeloid metaplasia or meylofibrosis with myeloid metaplasia. Myelofibrosis means fibrosis of the bone marrow. In this form, the marrow becomes fibrous as part of a chronic malignant (cancerous) process in which the proliferation of certain blood ... Read on »
CASE AND COMMENTARY: Discontinued Medications: Are They Really Discontinued? by Healthcare Research & Quality Posted Wed 30 Apr 2014 8:00pm An elderly man on warfarin and aspirin for chronic atrial fibrillation and previous cerebrovascular accident presented to the emergency department with a severe headache. Found to have bilateral subdural hematomas and a supratherapeutic INR (4.9), he was admitted to the ICU. Even though the patient was discharged with his warfarin discontinued pe ... Read on »
DO YOU FEEL YOUR PETS' PAIN? by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Thu 08 Oct 2009 9:27pm We all remember Presidential candidate Bill Clinton answering a question about people suffering from AIDS by saying, in early 1992, "I feel your pain." Empathetic humans frequently exhibit this trait as they relate to others who are suffering a distressing sensation in a part of their body, typically from an injury or illness. Since we usually unde ... Read on »