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Quickly Volvulus Treatment
Maybe: In england and japan, many cases of appendicitis are treated with antibiotics only and the patient never has an appendix surgery. They report that less than 20% need surgery at a later date. In the us, surgery with antibiotics is the most common treatment for appendicitis. Sometimes a ruptured appendicitis with abscess is treated by ct scan guided drainage first. ...Read more
Yes: That's where i would start. (it won't work if the cause of the bradycardia is below the av node, though). ...Read more
I don't know: The details, but this condition is a specific diagnosis that requires a special test. In general it also requires treatment with specific antibiotics because it is an infection caused by c. Difficile. Talk to your doctor who made the diagnosis what he considers best treatment for your condition. ...Read more
Yes: Treatment can often be as simple as a hydrostatic (water pressure) enema under the guidance of a radiologist.The child is monitored by staff as contrast material is introduced into the bottom thru a tube & visualixed on xray. If successful, the kid is monitored for a time & checked for things that might trigger the problem. Occasionally, surgery will be needed to fix it & look for trigger points. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How is a spine treated sugically if conservative treatment fails to resolveinjury? Can the spine and muscles be repaired several months after injury?
Yes and no: A full blown compartment syn. Tissue death is proceeding and it depends how fast surg is done. In impending compartment syn there is a typical injury crushing, tibial fx of high energy, oa a leg pinned under a weight 4 a while ur physical xam & experience says go 2 or now, if done be4 the pressure 2 high it can be cured. ...Read more
No: Clostridium difficile colitis seldom if ever resolves without treatment and can be potentially life-threatening. One of the major complications of therapy with antibiotics, and where possible, discontinuance of the antibiotics inducing the illness with aid substantially in the success of therapy against it. ...Read more
See below: Any infection should be treated as soon as possible unless there is some extraneous circumstance prohibiting treatment. ...Read more
Unclear: your question is unclear. Not enough details. ...Read more
Can severe long term bloating damage the intestine permanently? Does it cause diverticular, volvulus or adhesions? Thank you
I'm being treated for acute Lyme disease with IV anitibiotics. How long does it take to feel better once this treatment begins?
A few days: Usually people start feeling better within the first week. ...Read more
Please see below.: Most of the time, someone with epiglottitis must be intubated (have a tube put in the airway to keep it open) until the swelling resolves, and all patients with this condition need to be in the icu. After bacterial cultures are taken, IV antibiotics are started. Fever relievers may also be needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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