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Precision Surgery without Anaesthetic (or Knife) – The Future of Cancer Medicine has arrived by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook an anaesthetic. Cancers that can now be treated include the following: Brain Cancer Spine Cancer...
Isoflurane as an Anaesthetic by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert researchers, Mena and Yebenese, found that a commonly used anaesthetic, Isoflurane, is safe for normal mice... that the use of Isoflurane as an anaesthetic may be one possible mechanism of developing Alzheimer's disease...
What can we learn from a man who undergoes an operation without anaesthetic? by Dr. John B. Medical Doctor Posted on 23 April 2008 When I was growing up, I was very interested in ‘unexplained’ phenomena like spontaneous human combustion and hypnosis. My interest in the former has waned somewhat, but my interest in the latter r
Female vets run twice the risk of miscarriage because of anaesthetic gases and pesticides by Marie L. Patient Expert : -------------------- Newswise — Female vets run twice the risk of miscarriage as a result of exposure to anaesthetic gases... out surgery and exposed to anaesthetic gases that were not filtered out of the atmosphere, for an hour or...
Xylocaine Anesthetic - an oxymoron by Kamal S. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Most people on dialysis use Xylocaine which is supposed to be an anesthetic before cannulation. This is because the needles used for dialysis can be quite painful. So, before putting the needles, a small amount of Xyloc
New procedure without general an ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven New procedure without general anesthesia...and a shorter recovery period...BD  “Approximately 25% of women in the United States have clinically symptomatic fibroids, and treatment has most commonly been surgical with hyste
R. D Laing Film Being Planned by Dr. Romeo V. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven A film about cult figure and controversial psychiatrist R.D. Laing is in the planning stages. Born in 1927, Ronald David Laing grew up to become a charismatic psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who scorned traditional therapies
Lidocaine - to use or not by Kamal S. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Lidocaine is a local anesthetic. It is used extensively in surgeries to make areas of the body numb before making an incision. It is often used before dialysis to make the area where the needles are going to be inserted, numb
Re-nopain - I spoke too soon! by Kamal S. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Yesterday, I wrote about how I used Re-nopain, the anesthetic ointment that I used successfully before cannulation. Well, I think I spoke too soon. I used it last night too and there was pain during cannulation. I will pro
Edzard Ernst, CAM Critic, Talks with Dr. Brett Kinsler on Chiropractic and Bias by Dr. Brett K. Doctor of ChiropractyHealth Maven Professor Edzard Ernst , MD, PhD, FRCP, FRCP holds the Laing Chair in Complementary Medicine at the Peninsula Medical School, University of Exeter and is the Editor-in-Chief of two medical journals. He has also been se

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