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What Happens During Surgery To Fix Broken Fingers
See below: During repair of a hydrocele, the scotum is incised and the hydrocele sac incised. All the hydrocele fluid is evacuated. The sac is then turned inside out and sutured to itself behind the cord structures so that fluid does not reacuumulate. The incision is then closed in multiple layers with absorbable suture material. There are variants of this procedure as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Low chance: The anesthesiologist monitors the patient during the surgery. Several monitors are used to be sure the patient remains asleep during the surgery. Additional medications are given as needed and anesthetic gasses are inhaled throughout the surgery. Sometimes even a brain wave monitor may be used to watch that the patient remains asleep. ...Read more
Not supposed: To happen . Unfortunately there were some reported cases , which never should happened . Due to this reason the anesthesiologist when completely paralyzed twill be very careful , will watch very closely eye moments , pulse rate BP etc , will make sure completely under and not feeling any pain . If you are under going any procedure speak to the doctor , will alleviate your fear. ...Read more
How do u get diverticulitis, how do u know if u need surgery to cure it? What happens during surgery, how does it cure it?
Infection: Small out-pouches form on the outside of the colon, most often in the left lower abdomen. Infection of these pouches is diverticulitis. Prevent by eating high fiber foods, avoid junk foods, avoid constipation, drink plenty of liquids, take fiber supplements such as metamucil. Surgery to remove part of the colon is only for multiple episodes of recurrent infections, colon stricturing, bleeding. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably: Most things accidentally left behind, like sponges, could cause complications like bowel adhesions and scarring. Another surgery would need to be done to remove a sponge. Other things, like surgical clips or grafts or prostheses, are designed so they will not cause problems when they are left inside the body. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fractured leg: The treatment for a fracture leg depends on the location of the fracture and the displacement of the fractured fragments. A simple nondisplaced fracture can be treated in a cast and more complicated fracture may require a rod insertion or plates and screws. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Septoplasty: Septoplasty procedures differ for each patient, based on the problems and the anatomy. However, there are a few general concepts. The thin membranes covering the septum are raised off of cartilage and bone. Some of the cartilage is presenved for support, while other areas of crooked bone and cartilage are removed. The membranes are then sewn back in place. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Speak with: Your surgeon or anesthesiologist. If it is general anesthesia, you will be asleep. If you have epidural, spinal, or regional anesthesia, you might be a little awake, but even then they will give you enough sedation or amnestics so you won't remember much if anything. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Difficult question: Do not resuscitate orders may often be discontinued during surgery, especially if it is a major surgery under general anesthesia. However, this is a very complex issue and involves the patient wishes, family input, and the surgeon and anesthesiologist input as to the risks and needs of the surgery. This often requires detailed discussion with all the above family and physician members. ...Read more
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