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Would carbon dioxide laser treatment be done by a plastic surgeon?

Would carbon dioxide laser treatment be done by a plastic surgeon?

Yes: Many plastic surgeons do laser treatments as part of their practice along with surgical procedures. ...Read more

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Serum (Definition)

Serum is the component of blood that does not contain cells or clotting factors. It does contain electrolytes an ...Read more


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Where to find doctor that is using carbon dioxide laser for the treatment of Bartholin's cyst?

Where to find doctor that is using carbon dioxide laser for the treatment of Bartholin's cyst?

Gyn oncologists: Most general gynecologists don't dabble in lasers. They are primarily used for vulvar and vaginal dysplasias. A gynecologic oncologist would most likely have "laser privileges". But bartholin's cysts are readily treated with traditional methods, and i'm not sure how a co2 laser would improve upon that. ...Read more

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Looking for a find doctor that is using carbon dioxide laser for the treatment of Bartholin's cyst. Let me know if you are doing it or know who does.

Looking for a find doctor that is using carbon dioxide laser for the treatment of Bartholin's cyst. Let me know if you are doing it or know who does.

Not common: That is a not a common approach to the treatment of a bartholins cyst. You will likely have to contact doctors in your area and ask this specific question of their office staff. ...Read more

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Sodium serum 144, potassium serum 4.7, chloride serum 102, carbon dioxide 23, calcium serum 10.3 RBC 6.36, and hematocrit 52.6% what could this be?

Sodium serum 144, potassium serum 4.7, chloride serum 102, carbon dioxide 23, calcium serum 10.3 RBC 6.36, and hematocrit 52.6% what could this be?

Probably dehydration: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, since all of these values are elevated, you were likely dehydrated when blood was drawn, however, you should discuss the findings with your doctor. ...Read more

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What can I do if my carbon dioxide level is 18. Should i be concerned?

What can I do if my carbon dioxide level is 18. Should i be concerned?

Depends on Basis: Co2 in water is carbonic acid & is rapidly changed, under CNS control, so as to adjust blood ph. If we ventilate (breath) faster with less activity, co2 rapidly falls, ventilate more slowly with higher activity, co2 rises. Common resting, relaxed co2 ?25 mmol/l but can change rapidly and for a variety of reasons in addition to activity and ventilation rate. ...Read more

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I am confused about carbon dioxide levels in the blood?

I am confused about carbon dioxide levels in the blood?

Confused?: Co2 is dissolved in the blood. It is related to the ph of the blood. The higher the co2, the lower the ph and visa versa. When the co2 goes up, one breaths more rapidly to blow off the co2. The co2 in the blood comes from the metabolism of cellular mechanisms and is exchanged for oxygen in the lungs. Any more questions? ...Read more

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What is carbon dioxide narcosis in relation to copd?

Cause of death: Carbon dioxide buildup happens as COPD worsens. In an acut exacerbation (sudden worsening), co2 will rapidly accumulate. This can lead to confusion, sedation, and decreased respiratory drive. If not promptly treated it will lead to death. ...Read more

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How can carbon dioxide improve stretch mark scars? How do I use it?

How can carbon dioxide improve stretch mark scars? How do I use it?

Injections: Carboxytherapy is itye injection of body tee rapture carbon dioxide gas which intially stretchs the stretch mark and cause a compensatory increase in oxygen and stimulation of new collagen. See results at carboxyworld.Com. ...Read more

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How does hyperpnea affect the amount of carbon dioxide and oxygen in the blood?

How does hyperpnea affect the amount of carbon dioxide and oxygen in the blood?

Low CO2, alkalemia: Deep or rapid breathing removes more gaseous co2 leading to less co2 in the blood and associated alkalemia - it has a minimal effect on oxygenation except in disease states. ...Read more

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Co2 (Definition)

This is a gas composed on one carbon and two oxygen molecules. Very common byproduct of respiration ...Read more