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Mild abdominal pain, yesterday had gastroscopy+colonoscopy. Under sedation fentanyl+midazolam. Is complication ? Procedure went we'll. but is complic?
Why tonsillectomy in a child is less likely to involve complications than the same procedure for an adult?
Old age: As a person ages his tissues become more friable and as such adults can have more severe complication when it comes to tonsillectomy as opposed to vhildren. ...Read more
Explain why a tonsillectomy in a child is less likely to involve complication than the same procedure of an adult?
Explain why a tonsillectomy in a child is less likely to involve complications than the
same procedure for an adult?
Explain why a tonsillectomy in a child is less likely to involve complications than the same procedure for an adult.?
Explain why tonsilletomy in a child is less likely to involve complications than the same procedure for an adult ?
Why tonsillectomy in a child is less likely to involve complications than the same procedure for an adult? This is for my college class I have to research it for my grade
Easier for kids : The younger you are at tonsillectomy, the better you seem to do. Younger kids vs teens, teens vs 20's, 20's vs 30's... The older ones seem to have a worse recovery with longer duration of pain. Sometimes it is because there has been a longer time for scar tissue to build up. Smoking and other medical comorbidities like high blood pressure can also make healing slower or bleeding more likely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why is tonsillectomy in a child is less likely to involve complications than the
same procedure for an adult.why?( I'm a college student)
Tonsillectomy: The healing ability of a child is much better than adult, hence surgery is done early on ...Read more
Negligible Risks: Calf muscle weakness and musculotendinous junction rupture are 2 possible risks or complications, but these are are rare and circumvented by physical therapy. Nonetheless, the benefits of Strayer on indicated conditions (e.g., spastic equinus, tight gastrosoleal or calf muscle complex, etc) far outweigh these possible risks and complications. ...Read more
How invasive is an EP study? How long is recovery? How long after the procedure can complications occur?
Lots of info!: Read this and then talk about it w/ the Dr. It's considered minimally invasive but follow all instructions! http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Conditions/Arrhythmia/SymptomsDiagnosisMonitoringofArrhythmia/Electrophysiology-Studies-EPS_UCM_447319_Article.jsp#.V-FncJgrLIU Try to relax and trust the team. ...Read more
How long can i go back to my physical training after microdiskectomy procedure considering with/without complications?
6 weeks: Unfortunately you can never completely escape the possibility of complications, but generally you can resume normal activities 6 weeks after a microdiscectomy. Some surgeons will allow return to normal activity even sooner than that, so you should really discuss this with your own surgeon. ...Read more
Is it common for long term complications or pain to result from a full epididymectomy? Or is the procedure considered safe?
Had a d+c on 2/28. My dr. Rec. That all his d+c pts. Wait 2 cycles before trying again. Is this necessary? Healthy, no complications to procedure.
Probably not: It's probably not "necessary", but i also recommend waiting 2 cycles. This is not universally agreed-upon, and is somewhat a matter of opinion. After a d;c, the lining of the uterus is thin and might be less hospitable to a new embryo. And the area from the prior implantation may need time to heal as well. It just feels safer to wait. ...Read more
What are the most common complications of fat transfer? I'm considering a fat transfer, but am want to be fully informed. What are the most common complications of the procedure, and how often do they happen?
The : The most common "complication" associated with fat transfer is not truly a complication... The take a fat that had been transferred is highly variable. Estimates on the fat that will actually persist and stay behind range anywhere from 30-70 %... Patients are often concerned that the fat will be "lumpy" in the right hands of a well trained board certified plastic surgeon I have not found thus to be the case. Best of luck. Best of luck to you... ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Depends: It depends somewhat on why the surgery was performed. If the pancreas surgery was for cancer, the long term risks are cancer recurrence. If the surgery was for pain from chronic pancreatitis, the long term risk is pain recurrence. Other risks are diabetes, fatty food intolerance, nutritional or dietary changes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Cox maze: read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cox_maze_procedureGet a more detailed answer ›
Can complications from an amnio done at 16 weeks occur 2 weeks after the procedure? Is there a safe zone?
Depends on procedure: Before every dental procedure in my office, we provide a consent form that explains our procedures and what the possible complications are possible. Typically, these adverse complications do not occur, but it is very important for me to make sure that my patients understand that any and every dental or medical procedure has benefits and complications associated with them. Always ask. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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