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What Are The Implications After Obtaining Medical Clearance
Well enough: Medical clearance is done to assure that you are well enough for surgery and that any modifiable risk factors are controlled. ...Read more
Fit to fly: Medical clearance to fly is required if: •fitness to travel is in doubt as a result of recent illness, hospitalization, injury or surgery. •you have an existing unstable medical condition. •special services such as oxygen or the use of medical equipment on board is needed. •you are travelling for medical reasons or treatment. If unsure please contact your airline and physician before travelling. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Part 2: Pts with recent hospitalization. Pts with recent heart attacks ( 6 months). Pts with not well controlled diseases like hypertension, diabetes. Pts with significant pain, and more would be better if they consult before traveling by plain or long distances by car or if they travel to a high altitude city. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
General vs specific: Medical consultation infers a request for a general but thorough medical evaluation when recommendations are being sought for help with a diagnosis or for managing a known medical condition. A medical clearance is a specific request for ascertaining whether a patient is medically cleared to undergo a specific procedure, surgery, or activity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: It really depends on where you're going to have the procedure done (Office vs. hospital vs. outpatient procedure unit), the level of anesthesia being utilized and/or the prior medical history. Wish there was a more definitive answer ... Hope that helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What do you suggest if my docters requested that I get an X-ray for medical clearance. results are in!!! what does it mean?
More specific: Depends on what part of body examined. Sometimes chest radiographs are done for TB exposure for job or school. Spine radiographs can be perfomred for spine abnormalities in people expected to do heavy lifting. ...Read more
Im trying to get myself medical clearance for firearms I have its not easy in Hawaii im a firearm enthisiates from such a young age 10 yrs to 50 plus?
Don't Fear The Clear: Get thee to a gun store or on the internet and find out what it takes to get "medically cleared" to own a gun or rifle in your state (let's forget about bazookas and RPG's). There are different criteria for different situations (e.g. fire fighter, police, schizophrenic, mass murderer,etc). Then see if you can get a doctor to sign-off on them. That's the only legal way to do that, as far as I know. ...Read more
I'm scheduled for lithotripsy and had to get full medical clearance including ekg. Also i need to take 2 laxatives the night before. Is this routine?
Yes: Yes. Medical clearance is common prior to surgical procedures. They generally include an ekg and a review of your medical conditions and symptoms. If you're otherwise healthy you should not be concerned. This is all done to ensure that you don't have any significant reactions to anesthesia or the surgery itself during the procedure. ...Read more
What is the medical significance of high creatinine clearance levels?Normal betw. 80 and 130. My results: 165. Serum creatinine 0, 8. Low diuresis.
Aren't medical "truths" only based on studies of predominantly white people? Implication being other ethnicities are different, patient is not lying
Not Necessarily: About one-third of clinical trials are done in the european free trade area, about one-third of clinical trials are done in the United States and canada, and about one-third of clinical trials are done in asia, central and south america. Drugmakers have increasingly been turning to china for large clinical trials because they’re cheaper and there’s a bigger population of subjects to draw on. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See below: Very young mothers have a higher incidence of fetal mortality, prematurity, lower birth weight, and higher neonatal deaths than older mothers. This is in part due to poor prenatal care, but is also though to be due to biological immaturity of the mother. Please discuss the care of this teenager with your local pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My creatinine is 1.3(idms) and 1.4(jaffe kinetics)while calculating cr. Clearance which value is to be taken?
What means a high creatinin clearance levels?My serum creatinin is 0, 8ml/dl, and clearance creatinin was 161ml/min with normal values 70 to 130ml/min.
Sounds like: Your kidney function is good and everything is working fine. ...Read more
Ability to do a job: Many employers require some sort of exam prior to employment to assure that an individual possesses the capability of performing the "essential functions" of a job. Other exams may monitor our health at onset of employment and then periodically during employment to check for adverse effects of workplace exposures, such as to noise or toxic chemcals. Clearance implies all is well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Renal health: Creatinine clearance depends primarily on the glomerular filtration function of the kidney. There is no way to boost it above the normal level, nor is there any need for it. If your creatinine clearance is lower than normal, you ought to consult a nephrologist. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
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