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Stopping vs. continuing aspirin before coronary artery surgery - Video Review
Have you ever wondered if you should discontinue aspirin in your patients undergoing coronary artery bypass surgery (CABG)? Yes? Then this video was made specially for you... In it I review the key learnings of a landmark trial recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine by Myles et al. Don’t forget to download the infographic summarizing all the key facts from the video below. AND - please leave a comment and tell us your thoughts! WATCH MORE VIDEOS AT www.medmastery.com
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NCLEX Question: When should you hold Metformin?
EmpoweRN.com Hi guys! You can learn so much form reviewing Nursing exam (NCLEX) style questions. You can obviously learn from the correct answer, however, understanding why the wrong answer options also incorrect can help you gain further understanding, either in this topic or another. So I really hope you enjoy these questions with complete rationals! To sign up for immediate updates, you can go here: http://empowern.com/free-youtube-goodies/ For the extra questions you can go here: http://empowern.com/2015/04/533/ Cannot wait to see you in the next video!! xoxo - Caroline Disclaimer: These videos are intended for entertainment purposes only. Please follow the policy and procedures that your institution requires. Please note that the views, ideas & opinions expressed on this channel and in the videos on this channel are not necessarily of those of my employer or institution. The views expressed on this channel and in the videos channel do not represent medical advice. If you have specific medical concerns, please contact your physician. In order to protect patient privacy, all patient identifiers in all videos have been deleted or altered. The views expressed on this channel and in the videos on this channel are personal opinions. I am not an expert nor do I dispense medical advice or procedural specifications. The information I present is for general knowledge and entertainment purposes only. You need to refer to your own medical director, teachers and protocols for specific treatment information. It is your responsibility to know how best to treat your patient in your jurisdiction. The nurse in the medical –surgical ward is taking care of a diabetic client who is scheduled for a thyroidectomy the following day. The client is taking Metformin as a maintenance drug, the nurse knows that this medication should be withheld during which of the following events? Select all that apply: A. Diet is resumed B. 48 hours after contrast material has been introduced C . Day of surgery D. Day of receiving contrast material E. While on NPO F. Hypoxic states So lets go though these answer options one by one. In option A. Diet is resumed. Well if your patient is eating then they definitely would need the medication. So this option would not be correct. Option B. 48 hours after contrast therapy. When patients are taking oral hypoglycemic medications, they need to stop taking medications like metformin because this medication in addition to the contrast can cause serious damage to the kidneys. However, the medication needs to be withheld for only 48 hours and this option indicated just that. Showing that it is now safe for the patient to start taking the medication again… which makes this option also wrong. In option C. The day of surgery. When your patient is NPO which is a medical abbreviation for nothing by mouth. Then you do not want to give oral hypoglycemics because they can cause a drop in the patients blood sugar levels. Making this answer option correct because you would indeed want to withhold the medication. In option D. The day of receiving contrast material - remember in option D. we discussed how it is important to know that your patient must wait 48 hours before they take this medication after receiving contrast. So this answer option would be wrong and therefore a correct option. In option E. While NPO. Like we discussed in option C (day of surgery) we do not want to take this medication on an empty stomach. This medication is always given with food so that it can help the cells absorb insulin, helping your body not have to work so hard to create it. And finally: Option F. Hypoxic States - In order to answer this question, you have to know what hypoxia means - the definition of hypoxia is when your body is not receiving enough oxygen. If your patient is not receiving enough oxygen, then they are most likely not in any state to eat; Remember back to the ABC’s which if you have not heard of this yet… then you will hear about this in nursing school: ABC’s Means Airway, Breathing and circulation…. when these are affected, these are the priorities and everything else can wait…. especially a metformine tablet.
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After cesarean surgery
TO DOWNLOAD FULL DVD visit http://www.garbhsanskar.in C-section recovery is something that is done in stages. Right after your cesarean surgery is over you will be wheeled into a post-operative recovery room. Usually there are several beds in one room separated by curtains. You will remain in recovery for a varied amount of time, depending on the anesthesia that you had (general or regional), typically it's about a two to four hour period. If you had an epidural or spinal it's about the time you can wiggle your legs. If you've had general anesthesia you may fall asleep and wake up repeatedly, and possibly feel nauseated. During this recovery period your vital signs will be monitored carefully and the firmness of your uterus will be periodically checked. As will the flow of blood. You may begin to feel after pains as your uterus contracts down. The best advice for recovery is to begin to move as quickly as you can. Obviously you will want to start out with simple things like breathing. While breathing sounds like an easy thing, taking a deep breath is not that easy; remember to begin to do this early and frequently. As you move to your regular room some of your equipment will be coming with you, including your catheter, blood pressure monitors and IVs. The catheter will usually be removed the day after your surgery. The IV will stay until your intestines begin working again, as evidenced by rumbling sounds in the intestines and possible gas pain for mom. Avoid carbonated, hot or cold drinks as they tend to cause gas pain to be worse. You will feel pain from the surgery and it's important to deal with it early on, because the less pain you feel the more likely you are to be up and moving about, which is key to a speedy recovery. If you've had a regional anesthesia you may have been given Duramorph prior to the removal of the epidural catheter. This provides pain relief for up to 24 hours after surgery, without the use of IV, IM (intra-muscular) or oral drugs. After that period or if you've not had Duramorph, you may request medications for which your doctor has left an order. Some patients will also leave surgery with a special pump on their IV that allows them to dispense their own IV pain medications when it unlocks every so often. These are also used mostly for the initial 24 hour period. While medications will get to breast milk, some are better than others for nursing mothers, talk to your doctor and the baby's doctor about what is right for you and your baby. One of the biggest milestones in the hospital will be your first walk. I've been there three times before and it's scary. Here's my advice: Splint your incision by holding a pillow over it. Your insides will feel like they are falling out, but they are held in places by several layers of stitches and staples. Avoid the tendency to lean forward, stand up straight. Do not look down, but focus on an object as a goal: the chair, the bathroom, etc. Always begin your walking with help. Walk as frequently, even if only a few steps, as possible.
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Black Seed Oil Side Effects: There Are Some Risks You Should Know
Are there any side effects of black seed oil? It is claimed to be a super healing remedy! Actually it is a great remedy for many ailments, but still there are some potential health risks, one should be aware of. Black cumin oil side effects include: - The risk of bleeding - Lowering blood sugar levels (caution is advised in patients with diabetes or hypoglycemia) - Lowering blood pressure (be careful if you already have low blood pressure, or take some remedies that affect it) - Drowsiness or sedation - Gastrointestinal discomforts - It may cause an allergy reaction - Avoid taking it before surgery More details on black seed oil side effects are given in this video. Normally it is a potent remedy, which is quite safe when taken in amounts, normally found in food, provided one does not have an allergy to it. #blackseedoil #blackcumin #sideeffects #bloodpressure #diabetes ------------------------------- In our channel "Agnistoka: you will find more interesting and useful videos on yoga, ayurveda, better health and self-development. Please, feel free to visit and enjoy the content! ------------------------------- You can find us here: Twitter - https://twitter.com/agnistoka Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/agnistoka108/ Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+Agnistoka We cover these topics: Yoga - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVxV0d8Sgrpwm5BCtGDNSOZOcQIjDDtoH Wellness - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVxV0d8Sgrpx8xlGCWCXWYmF-Gm-u-O5f Personal Development - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVxV0d8SgrpyqJ5HbLTDYmhXgAQYPLDNV Ayurveda - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVxV0d8SgrpwEBZTpvDu_e1b6qwDXBB6B ====== Music: "Mining by Moonlight" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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What Surgical Patients Need to Know About Statins
www.rxwiki.com In spite of recent recommendations from heart health experts, many patients may still be discontinuing their cholesterol medications before non-cardiac surgery. A new study from the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF) found that patients who discontinue statin use for surgery may significantly increase their risk of death. According to the authors of this study, statins often come with a package insert that warns patients to temporarily discontinue use when undergoing surgery. Statins are a class of medications used to lower cholesterol and prevent heart disease. Drugs that fall within this class include atorvastatin (brand name Lipitor), simvastatin (Zocor) and pravastatin (Pravachol), among others.
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Can I Take Ketorolac With Acetaminophen?
Can you take ketorolac and tylenol together drug details. Apr 2016 why is ketorolac prescribed; 2 tylenol after surgery; 3 how does and work in the body; 4 can patients take taking certain other medicines together with may increase chance of unwanted effects. Googleusercontent search. Ketorolac versus acetaminophen codeine in the emergency department treatment of acute low back pain pharmacotherapy. What otc meds can i take safely with ketorolac. If you are taking ketorolac should not be any other nsaid medications learn about drug interactions between aspirin acetaminophen caffeine oral and all generic for (lists will include brand clin pharmacol ther. Tylenol) together with ketorolac for more than a few days, unless otherwise directed by your medical doctor or dentist view drug interactions between and tylenol. Use as here's the deal, though you are not supposed to take toradol for while i'm a tylenol fan, i do believe t 3's less toxic, if will, ketorolac has side effects that can be very dangerous. Patients taking 80 mg aspirin daily and concomitant ibuprofen (800. Evaluation of ketorolac, aspirin, and an acetaminophen codeine dr. Tylenol) together with ketorolac for more than a few days, 19 jan 2017 our free discountrx savings card can help you and your family save generally, it is okay to take toradol acetaminophen (tylenol ) apo belongs the group of medications known as be harmful people this medication if their doctor has not prescribed 8 aug 2014 did know that common otc painkiller counteract cardioprotective effects aspirin? Diclofenac, ketorolac. Ketorolac (oral route, injection route) precautions mayo clinic. Therefore, do not take acetaminophen (e. I have several other rx meds i take (both as it will not cause physical or mental dependence, narcotics can. Ketorolac (oral route, injection route) precautions mayo clinic can you take ketorolac and tylenol together drug details drugsdetails url? Q webcache. Ketorolac and tylenol drug interactions drugs. These medicines however, this does not necessarily mean no interactions exist. 1990;10(6 ( pt 2)) 77s 93s. Evaluation of ketorolac, aspirin, and an acetaminophen codeine combination in postoperative oral surgery pain this should be taken 2 hours following the tylenol with doseyou cannot take toradol ibuprofen together. Mcquay hj, poppleton p, carroll d, summerfield j emerg med. Esomeprazole) norco (acetaminophen hydrocodone) paracetamol (acetaminophen) minimize risk; Assess risk and consider an alternative drug, take steps to circumvent the this material does not endorse drugs, diagnose patients, or recommend therapy yes, tylenol toradol (ketorolac) both can be used together there are no serious major drug interactions side effects with ketorolac (non injection) nsaid; Aspirin ( 81 mg) consult your healthcare professional before taking discontinuing any commencing course of third is acetaminophen (trade name tylenol). Always consult with i take ketorolac for my migraine headaches but ta
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Managing Your Pain with Pain Medications After Surgery
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Why You Feel Worse When You Take Thyroid Medication
http://www.drhagmeyer.com/ In this video, Dr Hagmeyer explains why so many woman complain of feeling worse when they take thyroid medication. If you are currently taking synthroid, Levothyroxine, Liothyronine, Cytomel or Armour and you have heart palpitations, inward trembling, anxiety, increased fatigue, watch this video and explanation. Dr Hagmeyer specializes in helping people regain their health naturally using holistic medicine. For more information visit www.DrHagmeyer.com Dr. Hagmeyer works with patients all over the United States and International.
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Heal n Soothe
https://secure.losethebackpain.com/products/heal-n-soothe/15/sp-heal-n-soothe - Heal n Soothe is mother nature's safest and most effective pain fighting formula. Heal-n-Soothe eliminates pain by attaching inflammation and scar tissue. So many people are ditching their harsh prescription pain medications for Heal n Soothe, also known as Heal and Soothe. This all natural pain fighter is available exclusively at LoseTheBackPain.com. To view this video on youtube, go here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbzLCWvD5tc Q: How often should Heal-n-Soothe® be taken? A: Heal-n-Soothe® should be taken at least once per day and can be taken as often as three times per day ON AN EMPTY STOMACH: 30 minutes before or 60 minutes after meals for best results. With a FULL 8 oz. of water and another 8 oz. of water 15 Minutes after each dose. Some people find that a single dose before bed works best. Begin by taking 2 capsules twice per day or 4 capsules once per day. If you do not feel a reduction in pain at that dosage, experiment with a higher dosage by gradually increasing the dosage by 1-2 capsules per day until you find what works best for you. * Q: Are there any Side Effects? A: Proteolytic enzymes have an excellent safety record, with no significant side effects reported. With any supplement, however, there is always the risk of developing an allergy to one or more ingredients. If this happens, you should discontinue use. * Q: Is Heal-n-Soothe® made with any animal product? A: NO, Heal-n-Soothe® is 100% natural and contains NO animal derivatives. * Q: Can I take Heal-n-Soothe® with other medications? A: Individuals taking any medication should consult physician prior to taking Heal-n-Soothe®, it is recommended that you wait at least 60 minutes after taking Heal-n-Soothe® before taking any medications. * Q: Who should not take Heal-n-Soothe®? A: Persons who suffer from medical conditions or who are taking medications should consult their physician prior to taking this product. This product may thin the blood and may not be appropriate for all persons. Do not take this product if you know or suspect that you are allergic to pineapple, papaya, or any ingredients in this product or suspect that you have an ulcer. As with all dietary supplements, those who are pregnant or nursing should consult their physician prior to taking this product.* Individuals taking prescription blood thinners (Coumadin, Heparin, Plavix) Anyone who will be having surgery in less than two weeks Individuals with known ulcers of the stomach Pregnant or lactating women Individuals currently taking antibiotics Individuals with an allergic reaction to pineapples or papayas Individuals under the age of 13 Q: How long should I take Heal-n-Soothe®? A: Heal-n-Soothe® can and should be taken daily along with your multi-Vitamin for as long as you want to keep inflammation in check and continued support for soft tissue recovery, improved joint function and maintaining a healthy immune response as well as support to cardiovascular and respiratory function. * Q: Warning about Side Benefits? A: It is possible that you may experience the following effects on the body. For individuals with sinus issues, you may experience some drainage for a short time as the mucus thins and is eliminated from the body. * For individuals with digestive issues, you may experience some gas or loosing of your stool as undigested matter is broken down and eliminated. * For individuals with borderline high blood pressure, as fibrin is eliminated from the body, there will be less resistance on the blood and thus your blood pressure could come down. * For women with Uterine Fibroids, you may experience some vaginal discharge as the Fibroid is broken down and is eliminated. * WARNING: Persons who suffer from medical conditions or who are taking medications should consult their physician prior to taking this product. This product may thin the blood and may not be appropriate for all persons. Do not take this product if you know or suspect that you are allergic to pineapple, papaya, or any ingredients in this product. As with all dietary supplements, those who are pregnant or nursing should consult their physician prior to taking this product. Click this link below to learn more about Heal n Soothe, Natural Pain Relief Supplement. http://www.losethebackpain.com/aff/index.php?p=ytubevidhns&w=LFZYM
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Homeopathy  A Strategy for Weaning off SSRIs and Benzos
Estimates show that over 30 million people are taking antidepressants and anti-anxiety medications in the US. Many people hope to use them short-term to get through a rough patch, but then find it very hard to get off of them, especially after years of use. In this video, Dr. Jennifer Bahr, ND discusses the effectiveness of homeopathic medicine as a tool for helping the body to heal and ease the transition off of antidepressant medications and anti-anxiety medications. She also discusses the homeopathic treatment of both anxiety and depression in adults as a powerful alternative to SSRI of benzodiazepine use. This webinar recording is a part of the “Homeopathy Academy for Moms” series. All webinars in this series are free and open to the public. Visit http://www.homeopathycenter.org/homeopathy-academy-moms to learn more about this and other webinars in the series or watch videos of past webinars.
Should clopidogrel be discontinued before laparoscopic cholecystectomy?
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy performed on patients maintained on clopidogrel during the perioperative period did not produce an increase in blood loss, operative time, 30-day morbidity, or length of stay.
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Best Sleeping Positions After Total Knee OR Hip Replacement Surgery
"Famous" Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present the Best Sleeping Positions After Total Knee OR Hip Replacement Surgery. "Famous" Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present How To Properly Adjust & Safely Use Crutches. ALERT: Bob and Brad's new invention The Wall Anchor is available on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078WFFWR8 Make sure to like Bob and Brad on FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/BobandBrad/ Check out the Products Bob and Brad LOVE on their Amazon Preferred Page : https://www.amazon.com/shop/physicaltherapyvideo Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PtFamous Our Website: https://www.bobandbrad.com/ Our book “Three Simple Steps To Treat Back Pain” is available on Kindle http://www.amazon.com/Three-Simple-Steps-Treat-Back-ebook/dp/B00BPU4O5G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1444092626&sr=8-1&keywords=3+simple+steps+to+treat+back+pain Brad’s Book “Martial Arts Manual: For Stretching, Strengthening, Prevention, and Treatment of Common Injuries” is also available on Kindle. https://www.amazon.com/Martial-Arts-Manual-Stretching-Strengthening-ebook/dp/B0722J3PZL/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1494292881&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=brad+heineck+martial+arts WANT TO HELP TRANSLATE OUR VIDEOS? We would so love the help. http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCmTe0LsfEbpkDpgrxKAWbRA We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites
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Turmeric Fights Inflammation: Here’s How Much You Should Take And How Often For Best Results
Powerful 2 Week Diet With Proven Results : Natural spices have always been the go-to, instant healing therapy for centuries back. Aside from being used in the culinary world, they represent strong anti-inflammatory agents that often help the body deal with numerous health conditions. One of the most popular and incredibly healthy spices is, of course, turmeric.all benefits of turmeric Turmeric has been widely used in the cosmetics industry, cooking recipes, and it is frequently used to heal wounds, prevent cancer and reduce pain and inflammation. how turmeric cure inflamtions Still, due to the countless forms of turmeric, it is difficult to find just the right one to use, and we’re now answering that very question. Turmeric contains numerous compounds all bringing different kick to the body. Curcumin makes up most of turmeric, and it is also present in other healthy plans like ginger. best benefits of turmeric for health a Some of the turmeric benefits include: anti-inflammatory properties Anticancer benefits anti- allergies properties reduces Arthritis pain deals with depression stabilizes diabetes lowers the risk of heart attack Turmeric for Inflammation When the body is inflamed it can be a result of numerous different factors. The healing process can be hard and annoying, since there are two forms of inflammation, acute inflammation and chronic inflammation. tumeric health benifits Acute inflammation starts after an injury happens, and can drastically escalate, while chronic inflammation is persistent and can last for months and even years. Inflammation ca disrupt the health in many ways. Often, it can cause cancer, asthma, arthritis, obesity, heart disease and others, especially if we’re talking about chronic inflammation. An article written by Dr. Mercola explains through the words of a nutritionist called Donnie Yance that cancer and heart-related problems can be triggered by chronic inflammation. Furthermore, this enables the release of free radicals within the body. The Difference between Whole Turmeric and Supplements One of the biggest differences between turmeric and its supplements is that curcumin is often found in larger doses in the supplement form. If you take a supplement, it will provide you with around 500mg of curcumin, while 1 tsp of turmeric powder will offer only 15mg. There is also the powder version of turmeric, although going raw and fresh is always the best option. The flavor can be quite intense for certain people, and that is why supplements are a better fit. Additionally, supplements are rich in significant essential oils. In order for the supplements to provide The downside of consuming turmeric supplements It is not recommended you take supplements if you: are pregnant –miscarriage risks are higher are trying to conceive or you’re struggling with conceiving suffer from gallstones or gallbladder disease turmeric tea have a scheduled surgery within the next two weeks are one meds that prevent clotting, like aspirin – sometimes it results in more bleeding and bruising have stomach issues – it is known to trigger gastric irritation, nausea and/or diarrhea are on diabetes medication – can provoke hypoglycemia are iron deficient Proper use of turmeric and dosing One study, conducted by the University of Maryland’s Complementary and Alternative Medicine Guide, suggests these doses as the optimal to get favorable effects: Cut root: 1.5-3 grams/day Dried, powdered root: 1-3 grams/day fluid extract (1:1): 30-90 drops/day Tincture (1:2): 15-30 drops 4 times a day Standardized powder supplement: 400-600 mg 3 times a day Turmeric should become a part of your daily nutrition plan and the same goes for other spices as well. A little goes a long way, so give it a try. http://bit.ly/2p873HH Don't Forget To Follow Us On Other Social Media : INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/2m7bnd1 FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2kYKuD0 TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2l74mVA PINTEREST: http://bit.ly/2lEUYvn Subscribe our channel for more!
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"Intro to the Treatment of Pain with Opioid Medications" by Dr. Charles Berde, for OPENPediatrics
Please visit: www.openpediatrics.org OPENPediatrics™ is an interactive digital learning platform for healthcare clinicians sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital and in collaboration with the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. It is designed to promote the exchange of knowledge between healthcare providers around the world caring for critically ill children in all resource settings. The content includes internationally recognized experts teaching the full range of topics on the care of critically ill children. All content is peer-reviewed and open access-and thus at no expense to the user. For further information on how to enroll, please email: openpediatrics@childrens.harvard.edu Please note: OPENPediatrics does not support nor control any related videos in the sidebar, these are placed by Youtube. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Introduction to Treatment of Pain with Opioid Medication, by Dr. Charles Berde. I'm Dr. Charles Berde, and I am Director of the Division of Pain Medicine at Boston Children's Hospital. Overview. In this lecture, we're going to discuss some general considerations regarding clinical approach to patients with pain, regarding development of pain perception, and trade-offs with the use of analgesic medications. A first point is that the experience of pain is protective. It helps us know which factors in the environment may be helpful or harmful, and it helps us to shape learning and behavior. Treating pain with analgesics always reflects a balance between benefits and potential risks, side effects, or harm from analgesics. Pain transmission in the fetus develops steadily through the second trimester. By full term, human infants show evidence of cortical activation with noxious stimulation, and they show evidence of degrees of maturation of their pain responses, though pain responses continue to mature during infancy. For human neonates and young infants undergoing major surgery, pain evokes hormonal, metabolic, and autonomic stress responses. And these stress responses can produce persistent patterns of vigilance and hyper reactivity. Analgesic medications work at a range of sites in the periphery, in the spinal cord, and in the brain. Opioid analgesics work, in part, by binding to opioid receptors, which are the targets of endogenous opioid peptides. Opioid receptors are present in the periphery, especially in the gastrointestinal tract, in the spinal cord, in the brain stem, and in forebrain areas that are involved in reward and affective regulation. Examples of opioid analgesics that are commonly used include-- morphine, oxycodone, hydrocodone, hydromorphone, and methadone. Opioid analgesics have very important roles for treating many types of pain. Some examples include pain after surgery, pain after major injuries, and pain due to vaso-occlusive episodes with sickle cell disease. They have crucial roles in treating pain due to advanced cancer, for treating dyspnea in end-of-life care, and for permitting tolerance of mechanical ventilation during critical illness. For each of these indications, opioids generally have a very favorable balance of benefit versus harm. In other lectures in this series, you will hear about some of the mechanisms that make pain become persistent or chronic. Chronic pain is an extremely common problem in adults and is often associated with disability and impaired quality of life. Some common types of chronic pain in adults include-- mechanical low back pain; neck pain; degenerative arthritis; widespread musculoskeletal pain, or fibromyalgia; daily headache; irritable bowel syndrome; and pain due to nerve injury or nerve degeneration. Over the past 25 years, there has been a dramatic increase in prescribing of opioids on a long-term basis for adults who have chronic pain due to a non-life-limiting condition. Despite more than tenfold increase in annual prescribing for these situations in the United States, there's very little evidence that a majority of people with these types of chronic pain due to non-life-limiting conditions, receive a good balance of benefit versus harm when they are given opioids on a daily basis. For most of these patients, in clinical trials, they do not show long-term reductions in pain scores, and opioids do not seem to make them more active or more able to return to the workplace. While individual patients do derive long-term benefit from opioids, it is often hard to determine which those patients are and who will benefit or who will not. Several factors regarding opioids should make us cautious in considering long-term opioid prescribing. These include the development of tolerance, opioid-induced hyperalgesia, which we'll define subsequently, and some of the neuropsychological and neuroendocrinal effects of opioids.
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Bryan on his meds before surgery
Bryan on his meds before surgery
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**Make sure to ask your doctor about any prescriptions you're taking and whether or not to discontinue use. Also ask about sleeping medications, pain killers, and antibiotics!** Products I mentioned: -Saline Nasal Spray -Neilmed Sinus Rinse (Nasal Irrigation) -Biotène Dry Mouth Oral Rinse -Benadryl (For Sleeping) My personal case- PRICE: 3,418 NOT including cost of surgery center --- I'm still accepting donations on my gofundme page to put toward this cost. (https://www.gofundme.com/u9pqs2b8) PROCEDURES: Bilateral Inferior Turbinoplasty, Endoscopic Sinus Surgery, and Septoplasty. RECOVERY TIPS: Use a neck pillow to avoid neck strain from sleeping elevated, use a humidifier for easier breathing, Vaseline for dry lips, stay constantly hydrated, POLYSPORIN (not* neosporin), and use a saline spray to moisturize and clear out loose debris from surgery. Find me in other places; Instagram: Morticiadeetz Facebook: /bri.amber Snapchat: Pixiepukexx Any questions or additional advice, leave a comment! Thanks for watching, xo!!
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What Can Cause Joint Pain and How is It Treated?
Source: https://www.epainassist.com Causes of Joint Pain: • Gout causes joint pain, especially around the foot joint. • Pseudo-gout • Osteoarthritis causes pain in the joints • Reiter's Syndrome • Rheumatoid Arthritis • Septic Arthritis (infectious arthritis) • Rheumatic Fever Traumatic Causes of Joint Pain: • Physical Trauma to any of the joints can cause severe joint pain • Broken Bones or a fractured bone can cause excruciating joint pain • Dislocation of Bones • Sprains and Strains • Stress Fractures • Tendon Rupture Infectious Causes of Joint Pain: Joint Pain can be caused by any of the following infectious disease: • Measles • Hepatitis • Mononucleosis (viral infection) • Influenza (flu) • Mumps (viral infection of the salivary glands in the neck) • Lyme Disease • Gonococcal Arthritis Other Causes of Joint Pain: • Bursitis. • Tendinitis. • Osteomyelitis (Bone Infection). • Leukemia. • Side Effects or Allergic Reaction to Medications. • Spondylitis. • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus. • Hemarthrosis. • Tumor of bone, Joint, and/or Soft Tissue. Treatment for Joint Pain: • Treatment depends on the underlying cause of joint pain and varies depending on the joint that is affected and the severity of the pain. When the underlying cause is treated, it alleviates the symptoms. • Minor joint pain can be managed through home remedies like icing the joint, taking warm baths, limiting physical activity or performing stretching exercises. • Over the counter medicines can also be given to reduce pain and swelling around joint. • Those medications should be discontinued that are causing an allergic reaction or side effects in the form of joint pain. • In quite a few cases, physical therapy may also be beneficial for joint pains. • For joint inflammation, steroid injections are the common choice of treatment. • Joint aspiration (arthrocentesis) can also be done to remove fluid from the affected joint. • Joint pain due to a broken bone/fracture may require surgery or casting. • Joint pain due to an infection in the joint may require surgery to clean out the infection and antibiotics are given post surgery. • Joint replacement surgery is undertaken for severely damaged joints. • Apart from this, other complementary treatments like chiropractic treatment, acupuncture, massage therapy and yoga can also provide relief. Follow us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Epainassistcom-370683123050810/?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/ePainAssist G+: https://plus.google.com/+Epainassist Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/epainassist
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How to Cure Phimosis *no surgery*
Hey Guys! I hope this video works for you! It’s a very simple process I cured my Phimosis in 2 or 3 weeks just by doing these exercises! No Surgery or doctor needed and also stay away from expensive $300 Phimosis cure kits. save your time and money but by simply following these steps and you’ll reach to your goal! I hope this helps feel free to comment below for any questions thanks for watching!!! Coconut lotion moisturizer creamer for stretching and masturbation-https://amzn.to/2xsVCQH
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Taking the Weight Loss Drug Phentermine Before Surgery - David Reath Knoxville Plastic Surgeon
The weight-loss drug Phentermine, can have serious side effects when combined with general anesthesia. This applies to any surgery, not just plastic surgery. When should you stop taking Phentermine if you are planning to have surgery? Dr. Reath explains all on the video. He also announces the winner of this week's Truth-O-Meter Tuesday question who was selected from all of the correct answers by random.org. If you are planning on having plastic surgery, there are several "must-haves" we recommend buying before your surgery. These are products that will make your recovery speedier and more pleasant. To learn more visit http://store.dbreath.com/plastic-surgery-recovery/ You can play with us on facebook too. It's like a quiz show. If you get the answer right, you get the chance to win some cool stuff from our office. And, it's a chance, hopefully, to learn something about plastic surgery along the way. Find us at http://facebook.com/PlasticSurgeryKnoxville or visit our website http://www.dbreath.com.
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TUMMY TUCK: Preparation and Recovery
A tummy tuck is the removal of excess fat and skin around the midsection, usually after significant weight loss of pregnancy. Although elective, it is considered major surgery so the best results can be achieved with proper preparation and good follow-up care. Dr. Kunaal Jindal provides tips for making the most of this procedure. 1) Consult with a qualified, board certified plastic surgeon to discuss your goals and determine whether this is the right step for you. Take this time to clearly understand the risks surgery presents. 2) Discuss all medications, vitamins and supplements you take and follow the surgeon’s advice on any that should be discontinued until after surgery. 3) Smoking interferes with the healing process and can lead to blood clots so it is advised to quit smoking one month prior to surgery and abstaining an additional two weeks afterwards. 4) Prepare yourself and your home for post-surgical care. Have ice packs along with loose, comfortable clothing and some extra pillows. You may also want to get a hand-held shower head for convenience. Be sure to arrange for a driver to get you to and home from surgery and to have someone available to help you for at least the first few days. 5) Follow all instructions provided by your surgeon regarding pain medications and antibiotics and post surgical incision care, especially if drainage tubes are involved. 6) Limit physical activity for several weeks and avoid straining the abdomen until such activity is approved by the doctor. Edelstein Cosmetic Phone: 416-256-5614 | Toll-free: 1-866-687-4273 http://edelsteincosmetics.com/body/tummy-tuck/ info@edelsteincosmetic.com 362 Fairlawn Avenue, Toronto, ON, M5M 1T6
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Managing Chronic Pain Without Medication
The use of prescription pain medication can start after an injury, surgery or trauma, but doctors say these medications need to be closely monitored. “I’m trying to manage your pain while at the same time managing the risk of harm to you from these medications,” said Dr. Usman Mian, an emergency physician with Lee Health. A dependence on pain medication, like opioids, can actually cause the patient more pain. “A lot of times when they are on opioids for a long period of time they can develop things called allodynia, which is where stimuli that wouldn’t normally be painful are now painful to them,” said Dr. Mian. Over time, patients will need a higher dose to achieve the same relief. So when patients need pain management doctors offer other alternatives. “I’m going to use other medications. I might use other things as well like trigger point injections or nerve blocks to help control your pain,” said Dr. Mian. Nancy Gresham, a physical therapist with Lee Health, also teaches patients how to manage chronic pain without medication. “The number one thing I like to tell my patients is they want to start movement.” Movements like Pilates, yoga, stretching, breathing exercises, and tai chi can help calm the nervous system and alleviate chronic pain. “I want to teach you how to settle yourself, how to rewire your nervous system because when your body is in pain, I want to teach you how to rewire it so that you can become calm,” said Gresham. Offering patients different alternatives to pain relief that will benefit them short term and long term. View More Health Matters video segments at LeeHealth.org/Healthmatters/ Lee Health in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of health care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For more than 100 years, we’ve been providing our community with personalized preventative health services and primary care to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Lee Health - Caring People. Inspiring Care. Visit LeeHealth.org
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Hard To Get Pain Meds From Doctors These Days
I don't know what they can do to fix the system, I just wish everyone could get pain relief when they need it
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Can I Take Ketorolac With Acetaminophen?
Tylenol) together with ketorolac yes, tylenol (acetaminophen) and toradol (ketorolac) both can be used there are no serious or major drug interactions side effects this i assume tylenol, aspirin, ibuprofin, advil, etc. Apo ketorolac uses, side effects, interactions medbroadcast. Can you take tylenol and toradol at the same time to help treat pain? . Tylenol #3 vstoradol (ketorlac tromethamine) for migraines. Gov pubmed 9696169&sa u&ved 0ahukewjryahcjvxvahvgxrqkhdmaalm4chawcbowaq&usg afqjcnerk090eh me4aar7stxhstlv7efa" target "_blank"ketorolac versus acetaminophen codeine in the emergency ncbi. I know ibuprofen is can you take ketorolac and tylenol together drug details. Adding propacetamol to ketorolac increases the tolerance painful toradol dosage pain emedtv. 1998 jul aug;16(4) 549 56. I have several other rx meds i take (both as 1 apr 2016 why is ketorolac prescribed; 2 tylenol after surgery; 3 how does and work in the body; 4 can patients risk will depend on much of each medicine you every day, therefore, do not acetaminophen (e. Therefore, do not take acetaminophen (e. Taking ketorolac you should not be taking any other nsaid medications. When taken incorrectly, however, acetaminophen can cause liver damage. A comparison of ketorolac tromethamine and acetaminophen codeine in the management acute apical periodontitis if you are taking should not be any other nsaid medications. All use at least slightly different with a pharmacists approval, i've taken rx toradol tylenol #3 i'm not an expert, but from what i know, you can, if need to, take ketorolac (non injection) nsaid; Aspirin ( 81 mg) consult your healthcare professional before taking or discontinuing any drug commencing course of this should be 2 hours following the codeine doseyou cannot and ibuprofen together1999 apr;25(4) 257 9. Timothy wallace, post operative care instructions timothy a comparison of ketorolac tromethamine and acetaminophen ncbi. Ketorolac (oral route, injection route) precautions mayo clinic. Esomeprazole) norco (acetaminophen hydrocodone) paracetamol (acetaminophen) minimize risk; Assess risk and consider an alternative drug, take steps to circumvent the this material does not endorse drugs, diagnose patients, or recommend therapy i ketorolac for my migraine headaches but taking one even two just isn't enough. In other trials no 19 jan 2017 our free discountrx savings card can help you and your family save generally, it is okay to take toradol with acetaminophen (tylenol ) here's the deal, though are not supposed for while i'm a tylenol fan, i do believe t 3's less toxic, if will, ketorolac has side effects that be very dangerous. When taken incorrectly, however, acetaminophen can cause liver damage j emerg med. Ketorolac versus acetaminophen codeine in the emergency ncbi. Ketorolac and tylenol drug interactions drugs. Mixing pain relievers, benefits problems? [archive] straight interactions between acetaminophen salicylamide oral and nsaid dr. These medicines howev
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Pain from Herniated Disc in Neck – Relief through Pain Management
For someone suffering with severe pain from a herniated disc in the neck with neck spasm, arm pain, numbness and tingling, seeing a specialist for pain management is sometimes the best way to get safe, quick relief. But what is Pain Management and how can it help with non-surgical treatment of a herniated disc in the neck? For this video, leading cervical spine specialist Dr. Seth Neubardt met with pain management specialist Dr. Brad Cash to find out what approach he takes to help patients manage their pain. Pain management, a very popular treatment today, involves seeing a physician who specializes in managing pain. There are two types of specialists: one who only prescribes medications and therapies and one who helps patients manage their pain with injections. Some specialists such as Dr. Cash may do all, but more frequently they’re divided into the two sub-specialties. For patients who do not need surgery right away, Dr. Cash uses physical therapy, medications and injections to help provide relief from the pain of a herniated disc. When patients come in with severe pain, he typically gives an injection and then sends them home with oral medication. After the inflammation reduces, he may recommend chiropractic or physical therapy. Watching the video, you will learn about the types of injections and oral medications used to manage the inflammation and pain from a herniated disc in the neck. You will also hear warnings from Dr. Neubardt to keep in mind as you seek pain management. To learn more about pain management and about all of the other non-surgical treatments for a cervical herniated disc, visit http://www.cervicalherniateddisc.com/non-surgical/pain-management/ . If you like the video, subscribe to our channel, leave us a comment, share the video and Like it with a thumbs up.
My Surgery Guide: Patient Discharge Planning - Part 1
Part 1 of 2. This video provides important information about discharge from the University Health Network hospitals. Includes information about medications you will take home with you, managing your pain, safety and mobility, problem signs to watch out for, and who to contact if you have problems. Click here to watch Patient Discharge Planning - Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8O-o06KMIX0 If you have questions or would like more information, please ask a member of your care team, or contact the UHN Patient & Family Library or Resource Centre most convenient to you: http://www.uhn.ca/PatientsFamilies/Health_Information/Patient_Family_Education/Libraries The information within this video is not intended to replace any advice provided to you by your health care team. For your safety, we ask that you do not act on the information within these videos without first discussing your treatment or healthy living plan with your qualified health care providers. For more information about UHN Patient & Family Education, visit http://www.uhnpatienteducation.ca.
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Acetaminophen - Acetaminophen Side Effects, Drug Interactions, And Natural Anti Inflammatories
Acetaminophen and Acetaminophen Side Effects: http://www.healyourbulgingdisc.com/analgesics-for-spinal-disc-pain.html Acetaminophen is a commonly prescribed medication for pain relief and fever. In this video, Dr. Ron Daulton, Jr. discusses what Acetaminophen is, how it works, common Acetaminophen side effects, drug interactions, nutritional supplement interactions, as well as natural anti inflammatory alternatives that you can use to achieve the same results of using Acetaminophen. You may visit the link above for the full article and resources that go along with this video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a88yGCezgiQ
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Elsa Surgery Online Game
Elsa Surgery Online Game Before the surgery How can I prepare for the surgery? If your orthopedic surgeon decides that joint replacement surgery is the best solution for you to relieve your pain and restore your mobility, preparation for the procedure begins. Tell your doctor which medications you are currently taking because some medications need to be discontinued before surgery. Every procedure involves risks and possible complications. This will be explained by the surgeon before the operation. Your surgeon may also want to talk to your family doctor to make sure that you do not have a condition that could lead to complications. You may be asked to donate blood before surgery. All this will be discussed by your doctor. An operation always requires anesthesia. There are various anesthetic procedures that inform you. Which one is right for you depends on your medical history, the medications you are currently taking and the outcome of your medical examination. hygiene Before a scheduled hospital stay, take a long, warm bath or a shower with no scented washing additives and clean the skin with a soft brush or a natural sponge. Cut fingernails and toenails, remove nail polish and wash your hair. Put on fresh underwear. These measures prevent you from introducing unwanted bacteria into the hospital and complicating your treatment. drugs You may need to stop taking medications if they increase the risk of bleeding. This is the case, for example, with aspirin and anti-inflammatory drugs. Inform the doctor or nurse about all medications, including herbal supplements and non-prescription medications you are taking. You will then be told if you need to deduct these funds, and if so, when. This is important because some medications and herbal remedies may respond to anesthesia and possibly lead to complications. Physical movement In some cases, the orthopedist recommends that you begin strengthening exercises before the procedure. The exercises should also strengthen and bring more flexibility. Strengthening your muscles before surgery can have a beneficial effect on your post-procedure recovery. Therefore, it is important to perform the recommended exercises before the planned procedure, because the muscles are strengthened and convalescence is promoted. When the muscles around the joint are strengthened, the time after surgery becomes easier; So you should try to be as active as possible before the procedure. If you would like to have some special exercises put together, ask for a referral for a one-time consultation with a physiotherapist. If you can, you should move easily before surgery, e.g. hike and swim. nutrition You recover faster from the procedure if you are healthy before. Try to eat healthily and consciously in the time before surgery. If you have any questions, ask your doctor, who may also refer you to a nutritionist. If you are overweight, it is especially important to reduce weight in preparation for surgery. As a result, the anesthesia is less risky and your new joint lasts longer. Stop smoking If you smoke, the wound heals more slowly after a procedure. Heavy smokers are also more likely to face lung, heart and other medical problems. All this makes the convalescence time much harder. It is best to stop smoking at least two weeks before the procedure and then wait six weeks for the wound and soft tissue to heal well. Smoking reduces the oxygen supply to the tissue structures around the operated joint, but oxygen is essential for the healing process. Stop smoking four weeks beforehand Even though it's hard, smokers should stay abstinent four weeks before surgery or at least reduce cigarette consumption to a minimum. Pulmonary physicians point out that surgical wounds heal worse in smokers and there are more complications. On the one hand, smoking increases blood pressure - an additional burden on the heart and circulation. On the other hand, the carbon monoxide content in the blood increases and the oxygen transport is impaired. A worse oxygen supply slows, among other things, the wound healing. Nicotine patches and gums may facilitate smoking cessation. Hygiene measures before the operation Before surgery, patients should also comply with some hygiene measures. Common recommendations include bathing or showering, washing hair, cutting fingernails and toenails, removing nail polish, and putting on fresh underwear before surgery. This serves to introduce as few bacteria as possible into the operating theater. Jewelry and piercings usually have to be taken before an operation.
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Breast augmentation surgery offers women a great look and improved self confidence. Dr. Jerome Edelstein provides some tips for making preparations for surgery to ensure less stress and a smooth procedure. • Begin with a consultation with a qualified cosmetic surgeon skilled in performing this type of surgery. Determine the type, size and placement of the implants. • Arrange for at least one week off from work (or longer if the job is strenuous). Also, consider help with childcare and house work. • Discuss all vitamins, supplements and medications with your surgeon because there are some that need to be discontinued until after surgery since they can affect healing. • Have someone drive you to and from surgery and someone who can stay with you the first day afterwards. • Fill prescriptions for antibiotics and pain medications ahead of time and have ice packs on hand to be able to ease swelling. • Prepare food and have plenty of snacks on hand since driving will not be possible for at least a few days. • Purchase a surgical bra to supplement the one provided at the time of surgery. • Inform your surgeon if you feel ill within a few days of surgery or think that you may be pregnant. • The day prior to surgery, wash thoroughly with a disinfectant soap such as Hibiclens. • Don’t eat or drink after midnight prior to surgery. • On the day of surgery, wear loose fitting clothing with a button-up top. Remove jewelry and body piercings, makeup and nail polish. • If menstruating, do not use a tampon on the day of surgery – wear a sanitary pad. Edelstein Cosmetic Phone: 416-256-5614 | Toll-free: 1-866-687-4273 http://edelsteincosmetics.com/breast-augmentation-toronto/ info@edelsteincosmetic.com 362 Fairlawn Avenue, Toronto, ON, M5M 1T6
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Aspirin Pills For Abortion- Natural Home Remedy For Miscarriage
Abortion methods you can try at home boldsky. This method gives you quick results within few days. In unripen state take 4 10 aspirin tablets at regular intervals throughout the day for 2 3 days. 12 home remedies for abortion to avoid unwanted pregnancies. Aspirin pills are almost safe & natural home remedies for abortion in early pregnancy and you may also take these regulating your menstrual period. Administer the required amount of aspirin tablets alongside some water and to get best results. Aspirin pills you can take these to maintain the regularity in your period cycle. Feel free to subscribe to my channel: ➤ https://goo.gl/PsVffw ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ Other Best Home Remedies ➤ ➤ ➤ ➤ 9 Habits That you Must Break During Periods ➤ https://youtu.be/Hu81KOOIOXs Kill Tooth Pain Nerve In 3 Seconds Permanently With This Tooth ache home remedy ➤ https://youtu.be/AWcG9lBsPno How to get rid of a chalazion at home overnight, fast without surgery – Natural home remedies ➤ https://youtu.be/4hBBQMuPCM0 ▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓ ☢☢☢☢☢ If you need Help : Please Contact us ☢☢☢☢☢ ✉Email : WevoSide@Hotmail.com ☎Skype id : live:wevoside Should you have any questions, always feel free ✍✍ to ask.? ▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓ ⌚⌚⌚⌚⌚ Our Social Media ⌚⌚⌚⌚⌚⌚ 〇〇〇〇〇〇Twitter〇〇〇〇〇〇 ⚫https://twitter.com/WevoSide 〇〇〇〇〇〇Blogger〇〇〇〇〇〇 ⚫https://wevoslide.blogspot.com/ 〇〇〇〇〇〇Tumblr〇〇〇〇〇〇 ⚫https://wevoside.tumblr.com/ ▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓ ♚♚♚♚ -------Music Credit------------♚♚♚♚ Track: TULE - Lost [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://youtu.be/h-nHdqC3pPs Free Download / Stream: http://ncs.io/LostYO
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EXAMPLES OF MEDICATIONS WITH THE POTENTIAL TO AFFECT THE SURGICAL EXPERIENCE Agent Effect of Interaction With Anesthetics Corticosteroids Prednisone (Deltasone) Cardiovascular collapse can occur if discontinued suddenly. Therefore, a bolus of corticosteroid may be administered intravenously immediately before and after surgery. Diuretics Hydrochlorothiazide (HydroDIURIL) During anesthesia, may cause excessive respiratory depression resulting from an associated electrolyte imbalance Phenothiazines Chlorpromazine (Thorazine) May increase the hypotensive action of anesthetics Tranquilizers Diazepam (Valium) May cause anxiety, tension, and even seizures if withdrawn suddenly Insulin Interaction between anesthetics and insulin must be considered when a patient with diabetes is undergoing surgery. Intravenous insulin may need to be administered to keep the blood glucose within the normal range. Antibiotics Erythromycin (Ery-Tab) When combined with a curariform muscle relaxant, nerve transmission is interrupted and apnea from respiratory paralysis may result. Anticoagulants Warfarin (Coumadin) Can increase the risk of bleeding during the intraoperative and postoperative periods; should be discontinued in anticipation of elective surgery. The surgeon will determine how long before the elective surgery the patient should stop taking an anticoagulant, depending on the type of planned procedure and the medical condition of the patient. Antiseizure Medications Intravenous administration of medication may be needed to keep the patient seizure-free in the intraoperative and postoperative periods. Thyroid Hormone Levothyroxine sodium (Levothroid) Intravenous administration may be needed during the postoperative period to maintain thyroid levels. Opioids Long-term use of opioids for chronic pain (6 mo or greater) in the preoperative period may alter the patient's response to analgesic agents.
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7 Surprising Things That Can Kick You Out of Ketosis
Survey Question: https://www.drberg.com/video-idea-sur... Take Dr. Berg's Free Keto Mini-Course: http://pxlme.me/-i717vtY or go here: https://www.drberg.com/how-to-do-ketosis Download Keto Essentials https://m.me/drericberg?ref=w2128577 Dr. Berg talks about the 7 Surprising things that can kick you out of ketosis: 1. Stress 2. Excessive caffeine 3. Bone broth and whey protein (and even L-Glutamine 4. MSG (monosodium glutamate) hidden in lots of foods – sauces 5. Artificial sweeteners (aspartame, saccharine) 6. Excess protein 7. Keto-friendly deserts (excessive xylitol) Hey guys, I want to create an important video on this 7 surprising things that can kick you out of ketosis. You may know the typical things like sugar and refined carbohydrates but these are the things that you may not know that are important. Stress can kick you out of ketosis because stress activates a hormone called cortisol. Cortisol is the main adrenal hormone that adapts the body to stress. So any type of stress, shock to the system, surgery, trauma, allergies and even the loss of the love ones can activate stress, stress in your job or relationship stress could actually knock you out of ketosis. Next one is the excessive caffeine, one cup of coffee is not going to do anything but if you are doing coffee or tea all day long with caffeine too much of that can activate adrenaline which can then activate insulin. Bone broth in large quantities, a little bit of bone broth is not going to be an issue, I’m talking about protein. Protein can bump you out. I am not too concerned about bone broth, even when you are fasting it may knock you out a little bit but it is a very small amounts. Whey proteins is one of the top proteins, because it is a low fat and is a high protein that will stimulate insulin and knock you out with ketosis. L-Glutamine, people take that for their digestive system and they can get irritable bowel syndrome, it is a protein and can knock you out in ketosis. I am not concerned about you taking that because it really helps you in a certain ways, it is not going to put weight on but the only reason that I’m bringing it up is if you test yourself and all of the sudden it knocks you out, don’t be concerned if that’s what doing it, it is a temporary thing but it will knock you out. And then we have MSG, Monosodium glutamate another name for that is modified food starch. It is in so many foods, it is easy to avoid if you are shopping but it is very hard to avoid if you are going out to restaurants because they have it in the sauces, dressings, in some of the flavor enhancers, any food that just taste too good typically has MSG on it especially if it is a fast-food restaurant. The next one, artificial sweeteners Aspartame, Splenda - that has actual dextrin, saccharine and Maltodextrin. Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 52 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The New Body Type Guide and other books published by KB Publishing. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has taught students nutrition as an adjunct professor at Howard University. DR. BERG'S SHOP: http://shop.drberg.com/ Follow us on FACEBOOK: fb.me/DrEricBerg Send a Message to Dr. Berg and his team: m.me/DrEricBerg ABOUT DR. BERG: https://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/bio Disclaimer: Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The Health & Wellness, Dr. Berg Nutritionals and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.
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Abortion by Prescription Could Surpass Surgery
According to data reviewed by Reuters, American women are ending pregnancies with medication almost as often as with surgery. This marks a turning point for abortion in the United States. The watershed comes amid an overall decline in abortion, a choice that remains politically charged in the United States. It continues to spark fiery exchange in the final debate between presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. When the two medications used to induce abortion won U.S. approval 16 years ago, the method was expected to quickly overtake the surgical option, as it has in much of Europe. http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/Reuters/domesticNews/~3/qT_xMRMKP_0/us-usa-healthcare-abortion-exclusive-idUSKBN12V0CC http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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Medical Abortion
Medical abortion uses medications instead of surgery to end a pregnancy. Music: www.bensound.com
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Facelift Recovery | Shapiro Plastic Surgery, AZ
Dr. Dan Shapiro a board certified plastic surgeon located in Scottsdale, AZ discusses the recovery process after a facelift. In this video, he walks through the recovery process he discusses with patients considering facelift surgery. Preparing for Facelift Surgery When someone decides to have a facelift, Dr. Shapiro likes to have patients discontinue any medications that cause bruising, and he provides a comprehensive list of medications that should be stopped two weeks before surgery. Dr. Shapiro also requests patients over 50 have a heart rhythm strip and blood work at a nearby lab or hospital so the anesthesiologist can feel comfortable with the anesthesia. The night before surgery and the day of the surgery, patients are given medication to help them relax. Facelift Recovery Process After the surgery is completed, patients are taken to a recovery room for about an hour, after which they are transferred to Dr. Shapiro's recovery care center, which is staffed 24 hours a day so patients' needs are taken care of completely. A dressing is applied over the face after the facelift, along with drains for fluid from the neck. Dr. Shapiro says many patients are very anxious about having these drains removed the next morning, although this is generally very painless. There is surprisingly minimal or no pain following the procedure. The day after surgery, your hair is washed at Dr. Shapiro's office and you may go home. Remember to keep your head elevated and sleep with a rolled towel -- not a pillow -- and keep frozen peas on your eyes. Facelift Recovery Timeline After 24 hours in the recovery care center and the removal of the drains, patients return home. According to Dr. Shapiro, swelling and bruising usually peaks at 3 days. Facelift recovery also depends on any other surgical procedures performed at the same time, as many patients get an eyelid lift or brow lift in conjunction with a facelift. For the first seven days, you may have nausea or fatigue, which is due to the pain medication rather than the facelift. You will typically feel well enough to start moving around the house as early as 1-2 days post-surgery. Pain medication is prescribed to deal with any discomfort following the procedure, which should be taken on schedule. The first post-operative appointment is usually one week after the procedure to have stitches removed. At day 7, most facelift sutures and eyelid sutures are removed from beneath the chin, ears and sometimes the scalp. At day 10, any remaining sutures may be removed. At this point, there may be lingering swelling and bruising around the eyes and low in the neck. At 7-14 days, most patients are comfortable to socialize and look more like themselves. Many people get a browlift, eyelid lift other procedure at the same time, which is factored into recovery. Other procedures may extend the time it takes for bruising and swelling to resolve. For more information about what the recovery process is like you can contact us by visiting our site http://www.shapiroplasticsurgery.com/ or contact us using the information below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKaUD9yIG8w Scottsdale facelift info http://www.shapiroplasticsurgery.com/surgical-procedures/face.php Scottsdale facelift procedure http://www.shapiroplasticsurgery.com/surgical-procedures/face/face-lift/how-to-critique-a-face-lift.php Shapiro Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and Skin Klinic 5410 N. Scottsdale Rd. Building F-100 Scottsdale, AZ 85253 Phone: (480)-451-1700 *This video is for informational purposes only. Individual consultation required.*
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Clopidogrel Nursing Considerations, Side Effects, and Mechanism of Action Pharmacology for Nurses
Grab our free cheatsheet covering the 50 most commonly prescribed medications right here: http://NRSNG.com/50meds Listen to all the episodes at: https://www.nrsng.com/medmaster-podcast/ View the blog post here: https://www.nrsng.com/clopidogrel-plavix/ Clopidogrel Generic Name: clopidogrel Trade Name: Plavix Indication: atherosclerotic events, MI, CVA, PVD, acute coronary syndrome Action: inhibits platelet aggregation Therapeutic Class: Antiplatelet agent Pharmacologic Class: platelet aggregation inhibitors Nursing Considerations:  may cause GI bleeding, neutropenia, hypercholesterolemia  may increase risk for bleeding in warfarin, aspirin, heparin  can increase risk for bleeding with garlic, ginkgo, ginger  monitor for signs of bleeding  monitor bleeding times  monitor CBC and platelet count  discontinue use 5-7 days before surgery
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New Treatment for Tourettes syndrome
Dr. Sims shows the discontinuance of movement disorders associated with Tourette's Syndrome without medications or surgery through the use of a TMJ oral orthotic. Please feel free to visit www.absimsdds.com or bodymovementdisorders.com
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Rhinoplasty post-op day 4 video # 5
Day 4 after my SIX hour rhinoplasty with Dr. Andrew Amunategui in Aventura, Florida. - Happy New Year! I discontinued my pain meds and switched to Tylenol. It's still kind of hard to get comfortable but it's only because of the extreme pressure that I'm feeling. I am still VERY swollen but it is starting to go away little by little, as I heal. The surgery was to correct my deviated septum and refine my nose in its entirety. This is my second procedure with him and I am unbelievably satisfied with the results thus far. Dr. Amunategui's office number is 305-931-9316.
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7 Ways to Get Rid of Varicose Veins Fast
To Learn More: http://draxe.com/varicose-veins/?utm_campaign=Youtube-Apr-2016&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube&utm_term=veins Varicose veins are typically caused by weak structure of connective and circulatory tissues. Here are 7 ways to strengthen these tissues and increase circulation to get rid of varicose veins fast: 1. Use Cypress essential oil 2. Exercise for 20-30 minutes, 5 days a week 3. Wear compression socks 4. Consume antioxidant rich foods, especially bilberry 5. Consume a collagen rich diet by eating bone broth 2-3 times daily 6. Do Prolotherapy (PRP) 7. Apply witch hazel topically Check out www.draxe.com for more natural remedies! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrJoshAxe/?fref=ts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drjoshaxe/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/draxe/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/drjoshaxe *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Josh Axe, and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Axe nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
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Tamsulosin: Drug for Treating Enlarged Prostate or BPH and  Urinary Retention
Source: https://www.medindia.net/ For more information, Please visit: https://www.medindia.net/doctors/drug_information/tamsulosin.htm Tamsulosin belongs to a class of medications called alpha blockers and works by relaxing the smooth muscles of the urinary bladder neck and prostate and thereby facilitates the passage of urine. Tamsulosin is prescribed for treating the symptoms and signs of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) in adult males. Tamsulosin is popularly known as Alfatam, Aivo, Bestflo, Contiflo - XL, Dynapres, Flomax, Omnic, Pradif, Tamcontin, Tamflo, Uripro, and Urimax Start again with a low dose of 0.2mg or 0.4 mg once daily, if treatment is discontinued or suspended for medical reasons. Please help us translate this video in your language to make it more universal and useful to your language community. We present useful and essential information on the drug tamsulosin that everyone should know when taking this drug. Use Medindia drug information to check drug to drug interactions if you are taking more than one drug. Share your comments if you are experiencing any unusual side effects.
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Patients Denied Prescribed Pain Medication by Pharmacies Possible DEA Quota
There is a public health crisis in Florida. As a result of over zealous enforcement of legislation which shut down illegal pill mils, many people suffering from chronic pain who desperately need their pain medication are having their prescriptions denied by pharmacies. Patients with legitimate doctor prescriptions for pain medications are now routinely turned away from pharmacies and are suffering unnecessarily because they are not getting the pain medications they need to manage their pain. Dr. Silverman, an authority on pain management comments that there is a tremendous amount of finger pointing going on about why this access problem is happening. The DEA maintains publicly that they do not restrict these controlled substances. The DEA SAYS they do not set quotas but some pharmaceutical wholesalers and pharmacies have said the DEA does in fact create quotas. The problem started about 2 years ago when legislation put pill mills out of business but in so doing made it very difficult for those with legitimate needs to obtain their pain meds. Removing illegal pill mills was a good thing but now the pendulum has shifted the other way and pharmacists are being forced to follow quotas.
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Innovations in Chronic Pain Management Video – Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Edgar L. Ross, MD, Director, Pain Management Center at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH), discusses how chronic pain differs from acute pain. Chronic pain management, explains,Dr. Ross, is effectively treated through a team-based approach that requires the patient to be an active participant in the treatment plan. The BWH Pain Management Center provides multidisciplinary care for chronic pain management, including experts in psychiatry, psychology, neurology, physiatry, and anesthesiology. Treatment plans address the physical and psychological components of chronic pain and rehabilitation. Dr. Ross also describes research being conducted at BWH including clinical trials evaluating new pain medications, a mobile app designed to help patients manage chronic pain outside of the doctor’s office and a risk assessment tool that helps predict if patients should avoid the use of opiate medications. Learn more about the BWH Pain Management Center: http://www.brighamandwomens.org/pain Read the Innovations in Chronic Pain Management video transcript: http://www.brighamandwomens.org/Departments_and_Services/anesthesiology/Pain/pain-management-innovation-video-transcript.aspx
Preparing for Surgery
How to Prepare for Surgery at our Clinic 1. Do not eat or drink anything after midnight the night before your surgery this includes water and gum. 2. You must have a responsible adult drive or accompany you home after surgery 3. Check with you surgeon about discontinuing anti-inflammatory medications. 4. Notify your facility about any changes to your health such as a cold, fever, runny nose, cough, diarrhea, etc . 5. Your surgeon may have a financial interest in our facility. You may ask your surgeon's office for verification. 6. Remove any make up, nail polish, lotions, oils as well as jewelry including body piercings. 7. Please shower with soap and water prior to surgery. 8. As this is San Francisco parking is always a hassle. Please plan ahead on parking options and alternatives. Let us know if you have any questions. Thank you!
Top 3 Treatments for Hamstring Injury or Tear- It is not what you think
Famous Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck describe the progression of treatment that should be done after your injure or tear your hamstring muscle. Make sure to like us on FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/Physical-Therapy-317002538489676/timeline/ Check out the Products Bob and Brad LOVE on their Amazon Channel: https://www.amazon.com/shop/physicaltherapyvideo Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PtFamous Our book “Three Simple Steps To Treat Back Pain” is available on Kindle http://www.amazon.com/Three-Simple-Steps-Treat-Back-ebook/dp/B00BPU4O5G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1444092626&sr=8-1&keywords=3+simple+steps+to+treat+back+pain
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craniotomy part 4
There are two methods commonly utilized by surgeons to open the skull. Either an incision is made at the nape of the neck around the bone at the back (occipital bone) or a curving incision is made in front of the ear that arches above the eye. The incision penetrates as far as the thin membrane covering the skull bone. During skin incision the surgeon must seal off many small blood vessels because the scalp has a rich blood supply. The scalp tissue is then folded back to expose the bone. Using a high-speed drill, the surgeon drills a pattern of holes through the cranium (skull) and uses a fine wire saw to connect the holes until a segment of bone (bone flap) can be removed. This gives the surgeon access to the inside of the skill and allows him to proceed with surgery inside the brain. After removal of the internal brain lesion or other procedure is completed, the bone is replaced and secured into position with soft wire. Membranes, muscle, and skin are sutured into position. If the lesion is an aneurysm, the affected artery is sealed at the leak. If there is a tumor, as much of it as possible is resected (removed). For arteriovenous malformations, the abnormality is clipped and the repair redirects the blood flow to normal vessels. Diagnosis/Preparation Since the lesion is in the brain, the surgeon uses imaging studies to definitively identify it. Neuroimaging is usually accomplished by the following: CT (computed tomography, uses x-rays and injection of an intravenous dye to visualize the lesion) MRI (magnetic resonance imaging, uses magnetic fields and radio waves to visualize a lesion.Before surgery the patient may be given medication to ease anxiety and to decrease the risk of seizures, swelling, and infection after surgery. Blood thinners (Coumadin, heparin, aspirin) and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (ibuprofen, Motrin, Advil, aspirin, Naprosyn, Daypro) have been correlated with an increase in blood clot formation after surgery. These medications must be discontinued at least seven days before the surgery to reverse any blood thinning effects. Additionally, the surgeon will order routine or special laboratory tests as needed. The patient should not eat or drink after midnight the day of surgery. The patient's scalp is shaved in the operating room just before the surgery begins. Aftercare Craniotomy is a major surgical procedure performed under general anesthesia. Immediately after surgery, the pa tient's pupil reactions are tested, mental status is assessed after anesthesia, and movement of the limbs (arms/legs) is evaluated. Shortly after surgery, breathing exercises are started to clear the lungs. Typically, after surgery patients are given medications to control pain, swelling, and seizures. Codeine may be prescribed to relive headache. Special leg stockings are used to prevent blood clot formation after surgery. Patients can usually get out of bed in about a day after surgery and usually are hospitalized for five to 14 days after surgery. The bandages on the skull are be removed and replaced regularly. The sutures closing the scalp are removed by the surgeon, but the soft wires used to reattach the portion of the skull that was removed are permanent and require no further attention. Patients should keep the scalp dry until the sutures are removed. If required (depending on area of brain involved), occupational therapists and physical therapist assess the patient's status postoperatively and help the patient improve strength, daily living skills and capabilities, and speech. Full recovery may take up to two months, since it is common for patients to feel fatigued for up to eight weeks after surgery. hehehehe....enjoy watching during the operation...buti nalang grabhe mag zoom ang camera...hehehe
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CRPS with Raynaud's syndrome: A Different Treatment (cont.) 5
Dr. Sims shows the discontinuance of movement disorders and pain associated with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome without medications or surgery. Follow her progression and her CRPS grip strength test. Please feel free to visit www.absimsdds.com or bodymovementdisorders.com
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Minoxidil/Rogaine can be Stopped if Scalp Health is Affected, and an Alternative to Manage Hair Loss
More on Rogaine/minoxidil: http://nyhairloss.com/minoxidil-rogaine/ For more results of Hair Regeneration on patients, please go to: http://nyhairloss.com/hair-regeneration-photos/ For more about Dr. Prasad's training and background, please go to: http://nyhairloss.com/about-us/ A man started using minoxidil foam (Rogaine) 20 days prior to help treat his hair thinning at the hairline and crown. However, the side effect of hair shedding was worse than he expected, as well as other unspecified side effects from the treatment. He doesn’t want this to be a long-term problem, so he asks if he can discontinue minoxidil use safely. He also says that he a dependency on minoxidil can develop, so he wants to discontinue using it before he hits that point. New York hair restoration specialist Amiya Prasad, MD reviews his concerns in this video, where he suggests discontinuing Rogaine due to its side effects on him, and suggests an alternative treatment that does not use drugs, but has better long-term effectiveness: 1:19 - Dr. Prasad’s background training, and experience with surgical and non-surgical hair loss treatment, including his founding of TrichoStem Hair Regeneration Centers that offers a non-surgical hair loss treatment that requires no medications 1:52 - How the hair loss oral drug finasteride works by blocking an enzyme called 5-alpha reductase, which blocks the conversion of the hormone testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT), the hormone that causes male pattern hair loss 2:19 - How finasteride is taken daily, and can help about 60% of men suffering from pattern hair loss, but does some men don’t respond, and may others refuse to take it due links to long-term sexual side effects 2:43 - How Rogaine (minoxidil) has been around since the 80s, and was developed first as a hypertension drug, with side effects that could help people with hair loss 2:57 - How the symptoms of shedding and irritation from minoxidil use are documented side effects of minoxidil, so use should be discontinued if these occur 3:16 - How Dr. Prasad suggests his Hair Regeneration treatment as an alternative drug therapy, which involves a single treatment where the scalp is injected with a formulation of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and Acellular matrix 3:42 - How PRP is a concentration of wound healing and growth factors found in your own blood, and Acellular matrix is a wound healing material first developed for surgical wound healing 3:58 - How Dr. Prasad first used Acellular matrix to improve hair graft survival and heal the hair donor area at the back of the head, but the fortunate side effect was thinning hair becoming thicker 4:18 - How Dr. Prasad took time to develop the Hair Regeneration process so it can be applied consistently to men and women of all ages suffering from hair loss, and with different variations of hair loss patterns 4:34 - How TrichoStem Hair Regeneration Centers started to bring this treatment closer to people who need it 4:47 - How Dr. Prasad has patients coming in from all over the world for the Hair Regeneration treatment to be done in New York City 4:56 - How Dr. Prasad thinks that this person has limited options to treat hair loss, with hair transplant being an option, but it is limited with the amount of hair that can be transplanted, and he may be losing hair faster than it can be transplanted 5:24 - How Hair Regeneration can stop hair loss by stopping hair thinning, reactivates hair that hasn’t been growing, and makes thinning hair grow back thicker, 5:46 - How Hair Regeneration is a single treatment session, and occasionally a second treatment 12 to 18 months after the first to build on results of the first treatment for people with advanced hair loss 5:52 - How Hair Regeneration is an unparalleled treatment, and is part of new kind of medical care that uses the body’s own adult stem cells to help correct a genetic hair loss pattern, which has been proven with over 5 years of patients and their data 6:28 - How Dr. Prasad recommends learning more about Hair Regeneration, seeing doctors about his options, and he should discontinue minoxidil treatment as it may not be good for his scalp CONNECT WITH US! Facebook ▸▸▸ www.facebook.com/DrAmiyaPrasad Twitter ▸▸▸ twitter.com/@AmiyaPrasadMD Tumblr ▸▸▸ dramiyaprasad.tumblr.com Pinterest ▸▸▸ www.pinterest.com/amiyaprasadmd Prasad Cosmetic Surgery ▸▸▸ www.prasadcosmeticsurgery.com New York Hair Loss ▸▸▸ www.nyhairloss.com TrichoStem Hair Regeneration Centers ▸▸▸ www.trichostem.com
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Transitional Pain Program - Patient Profile - Sarah Slater
A world-first transitional pain program that aims to stop pain from becoming chronic after surgery is being pioneered at Toronto General Hospital, University Health Network. The one-year pilot program is designed to treat complex pain patients who have had surgery by helping with pain control, monitoring and weaning patients off excessive amounts of opioid medications for pain, and providing much-needed support for patients after they are discharged from the hospital. Sarah Slater, 35, had surgery in March 2013 to remove scar tissue from her small intestine. She experienced pain so crippling that she could not hold up her bow when teaching archery to high school students and aspiring Olympic athletes. She also wanted to find alternatives to opioid medication in keeping with the anti-doping philosophy endorsed by the International Olympic Committee.
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How to Treat a Sore Throat Naturally
For more info: https://draxe.com/sore-throat-remedies-fast-relief/?utm_campaign=Youtube-Jan-2015&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube&utm_term=sorethroat In this video I’m going to share with you my top natural remedies to get rid of a sore throat. There are four main items that can help you kick a sore throat very fast. The first product that can help ease your throat is olive leaf extract, which can kill off any bad bacteria and fungus in your body as well as function as an anti-viral. Secondly, colloidal silver is great for a sore throat because it has powerful anti-bacterial and anti-viral activity in it. My favorite way to use colloidal silver is through a throat spray. I would recommend using it every 30 minutes if needed. Sea salt is the third ingredient I would recommend because it has natural soothing effects to the throat when consumed, which naturally treats a sore throat. Start with mixing sea salt and water and gargling this mixture three times a day. Lastly, using essential oils like lemon, oregano, and peppermint will help your sore throat. These three oils are the most effective oils for treating a sore throat. You could also add these oils to your throat spray to make it even more powerful. In addition to these four natural remedies, getting plenty of rest and consuming a nutritional diet are important. Sleeping 8 + hours is vital to helping your immune system fight your virus and consuming a lot of fruits and vegetables, bone broth, and avoiding sugars and grains will help you overcome your sore throat fast. *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Josh Axe, and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Axe nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
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Expectancy Tip 65 Midwives - Avoid herbal remedies during pregnancy
In your midwifery practice you may meet mums who ask you about herbal remedies in pregnancy. All herbal remedies act in exactly the same way as drugs and can often interact with prescribed medications. Many herbal remedies should be avoided in pregnancy and when breastfeeding and all herbal remedies should be discontinued at least 2 weeks before elective surgery including Caesarean section. For more information on herbal remedies or details about our training courses have a look at our website.
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