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I have a badly broken tooth, it doesn't have an absyss or any pain but I was wondering having half a tooth open could cause any other health problems?

I have a badly broken tooth, it doesn't have an absyss or any pain but I was wondering having half a tooth open could cause any other health problems?

See a dentist: Even though your broken tooth does not hurt it is important to get this treated. You are open to an infection, and this an be serious for the rest of your body. ...Read more

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What could cause an absyss in the corner of eye?

What could cause an absyss in the corner of eye?

Staph: Staphylococcus is the most common cause of an eyelid abscess. They can be managed with hot soaks in some cases. In others they will need to be drained. ...Read more

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How do I treat an absist?

How do I treat an absist?

Abscess: An abscess is an enclosed infection usually filled with pus. The best way to treat an abscess is usually to drain it by first injecting local anesthesia and then making an incision over the most prominent part of the abscess. In this way, the pus can drain. Several days of packing the wound may be needed to allow the contents to fully drain before the skin edges seal together again. ...Read more

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How can I assess my own mental status?

Its always: It is always recommended to be assessed by a mental professional. ...Read more

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What number of days after the accident the disability can be assessed?

What number of days after the accident the disability can be assessed?

After recovery: After you fully recover from your injury any residual impairment can be assessed for the amount of disability that remains. There is no set time for this. (Impairment is loss of normal function, disability is loss of ability to perform activities). It is possible to have an impairment that does not translate into a disability. For instance you could lose part of a toe but still have full function. ...Read more

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How do I treat an abcess?

How do I treat an abcess?

Abscess: Incision and drainage and very probably antibiotics. See your doctor first. ...Read more

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How do I cure an abscess?

How do I cure an abscess?

Get treatment: Don't fool around, the abcess is most likely causing septicemia, barrels in the blood system that can result in additional illness. ...Read more

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Info on paraspinal abscess?

Info on paraspinal abscess?

Interesting: Paraspinal abscess is an infection of the area around the spinal cord. If the abscess compresses nerves, it can cause serious neurologic problems including paralysis. It can come from an area of adjacent infection or it can be seeded from a distant site via the bloodstream. This is usually a surgical emergency or it can be drained by ct guidance. Iv antibiotics. ...Read more

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How do I take care of an absess?

How do I take care of an absess?

It depends on site: Drainage of an abscess is (if possible) a good form of initial treatment. If it is not practical to drain it, it must be treated with antibiotics and then the source of the infection must be determined and removed or treated more definitively. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of abscess?

What are the symptoms of abscess?

Inflammation: Abscess is the result of acute suppurative inflammation and inflammation produces, pain, swelling, redness, local warmth and loss of function of the affected part. There may be fever, malaise etc. Depending on the location and size of the abscess. ...Read more

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What is abcess and how to cure it?

What is abcess and how to cure it?

Only sometimes: A skin abscess is an infection of the skin and subcutaneous tissues with central liquid pus formation. Many skin abscesses can be cured with incision and drainage alone. Most skin abscesses are caused by the bacteria staphylococcus aureus. If it is MRSA septra/bactrim or Doxycycline are the usual oral antibiotics used. If mssa oral dicloxicillin or Keflex are often used. ...Read more

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Will an abscess cause remote pain?

Will an abscess cause remote pain?

Possibly: Especially if blood becomes infected and seeds other areas of the body. ...Read more

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How can the nurse assess for dvts?

How can the nurse assess for dvts?

Needs imaging: Although for the diagnosis of DVT there is always the need of an imaging study such as a venous ultrasound a health care professional such as a nurse can identify a patient at high risk for DVT. A properly trained nurse can use a pretest probability scoring tool (Wells Score System) to aid in the diagnosis of DVT; however this score is mostly used by physicians. ...Read more

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What can be done about an abscess?

What can be done about an abscess?

It depends on site: Drainage of an abscess is (if possible) a good form of initial treatment. If it is not practical to drain it, it must be treated with antibiotics and then the source of the infection must be determined and removed or treated more definitively. ...Read more

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What sort of problem is an abscess?

What sort of problem is an abscess?

Let me explain: An abscess (latin: abscessus) is a collection of pus (dead neutrophils) that has accumulated in a cavity formed by the tissue in which the pus resides due to an infectious process (usually caused by bacteria or parasites) or other foreign materials (e.g., splinters, bullet wounds, or injecting needles). It is a defensive reaction of the tissue to prevent the spread of infectious materials to other. ...Read more

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How to ease abscess pain for a baby?

Med tx: Acutually, if a baby has an abscess - that warrants prompt medical attention. ...Read more

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What should I do for abscess I popped?

Find a dentist: The abcess was likely be caused by a bad tooth or nerve. This has to be addressed by a dentist, it will not heal on its own, nor can you permanently treat it in any way. ...Read more

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How do you get assessed for aspergers?

How do you get assessed for aspergers?

Aspergers: You need to find a ggod psychologist who does this kind of testing in adults. Consult your priamry care doctor as a first step. ...Read more

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Where do an absess come from on the body?

Where do an absess come from on the body?

Abscess: An abscess is a closed sac or bag of infection with pus and inflammation, enclosed and it can occur anywhere in the body. ...Read more

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On average, how long will an abscess last?

On average, how long will an abscess last?

A lengthy time: Many dental abscesses are sometimes present for years before being discovered. That is because they have established drainage somewhere. They are still active, but not necessarily symptomatic.
They should always be treated asap, though. They are always a source of potential harm if left untreated. ...Read more

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How can a clinician assess a patient’s pain?

How can a clinician assess a patient’s pain?

Exam and imaging: Pain is what you feel. What we diagnose is the cause of the pain. Most of us over the age of 50, and many younger, have back malformations that can cause pain. Some diagnoses are obvious to the trained ear, such as "my back hurts here and the pain radiates to there". Others need xrays or mri's so we can "see" inside you. See a trained specialist to get a diagnosis - before treatment. ...Read more

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Could it be something bad if I have abscess?

Painful infection: An abcesses is a localized painful infection amd can be treated easily with minor incision amddrainage. There will be discharge forva few days until infection resolves and it will leaveca scar. ...Read more

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Can surgically incised abcess fill up again?

Can surgically incised abcess fill up again?

In dentistry: It can, if the problem that caused the abscess is not treated. A tooth root abscess could be surgically drained, but unless the tooth undergoes root canal treatment or the tooth is extracted, the abscess will recur. ...Read more

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How can I assess pain of a stoicism-patient?

How can I assess pain of a stoicism-patient?

Really good question: Some people don't want to express much when they're hurting, it's true. For instance, some native american cultures may seem this way. One thing you can try is a simple pictorial pain scale like the wong-baker http://www. Partnersagainstpain. Com/printouts/a7012as6.Pdf you might also observe changes in facial expression, muscle tension, agitation, pulse, bp, respiration, and even sweating. ...Read more

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Need advice as to how do you treat an abscess?

Need advice as to how do you treat an abscess?

Depends on cause: Teeth become abscessed from advanced decay or advanced periodontal disease. The treatment could be extraction, root canal treatment or periodontal treatment depending on the diagnosis. Don't try this at home... See a professional. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how the nurse assess for dvts?

Can you tell me how the nurse assess for dvts?

Needs imaging: Although for the diagnosis of DVT there is always the need of an imaging study such as a venous ultrasound a health care professional such as a nurse can identify a patient at high risk for DVT. A properly trained nurse can use a pretest probability scoring tool (Wells Score System) to aid in the diagnosis of DVT; however this score is mostly used by physicians. ...Read more

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What works most effectively to do for a abscess?

Antibiotics/drainage: An abscess is an infection. The body sends white blood cells to an infected area. The 'used up' white blood cells can accumulate in the area in
a pool of thick fluid that we call 'pus'.
Sometimes this pool needs to be surgically removed (drained).
Other times, antibiotics are all that is needed to control the infection. ...Read more

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I have abscess but it just formed. What do I do?

See a dentist: See a dentist asap for an evaluation and treatment. The longer you wait he more chance you have of increasing pain and swelling. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Abscess?

What is the definition or description of: Abscess?

Abscess: Abscess = Collection of pus within tissue. It is often related to infections. ...Read more

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What do you do when child has an abscess on his s?

What do you do when child has an abscess on his s?

Open & drain Vs med: Occasionally these respond to a warm compress with spontaneous drainage & oral meds can assist the process but many recur. Those that are large or located near the anal outlet often require incision and drainage. Some can be done in an office & some may require day surgery. ...Read more

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