Doctor insights on:
What Is The Mortality Rate For The Bcir Operation
Depends!: It's going to depend on your surgeon's expertise, the hospital you choose, your disease state, your current anatomy, your surgical history, other major health issues (like kidney, heart, lung or liver disease), the medications you take (eg immunosuppressants). In general, i would imagine death to be less than 1 in a 100. You should consult with an expert: http://www.Fascrs.Org/. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Minimal: Check for other pre-existing conditions, cardiac and pulmonary status, overall health, history of clots, etc. ...Read more
What is the mortality rate of getting an ileostomy for the 10th time? Patient is male and 60 years of age. First ileostomy surgery was at 21 years old
I : I am so sorry that he is having to go through all of that. There is no simple answer for your question. Every surgery carries a risk as you know, including risk of infection, bleeding, and anesthesia. Morbidity and mortality also depends on the underlying condition of the patient, including other illnesses (co-morbid conditions), nutritional status, and body weight (too high or too low both carry risks). The most important thing is be sure that the patient has optimized their nutritional status, isn't smoking, and has other medical issues under control and has been cleared medically. Share all health concerns with the surgeon and anesthesiologist and be sure they are up to date with any current health issues of the patient. There are many patients who have to undergo repeat surgeries and they do well. I wish you the best through this procedure. ...Read more
It varies: Coronary bypass 1-3% is range this is 80 % of many practices aortic valve 3-5 % mitral valve slightly higher congenital heart has many variables! the society for thoracic surgeons has a database to enter some of the patient variables to get a reasonably accurate %. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Prostate surgery: It is minimall. Some people say it s close to zero. It is really small. There is an open technique, radical prostatectomy and laparoscopic technique. Although laparoscopy is gaining field, apparently there is a higher rate of urinary incontinence and recurrence with laproscopy. Your urologyst should be able to give you uptodate information on the procedure. Hope it helps. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends comorbidity: The society of thoracic surgeons risk calculator determines what was the actual mortality and morbidity on cardiac surgery patients depending on age, weight, renal function, number of vessels involved, left main disease, valvular disease, pulmonary function, cardiac function, existing comorbidities, diabetes, emergency, recent myocardial infarct, salvage, first, second third or more reoperation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
One dr one your board (Paul grin) says the mortality rate for cleft palate surgery is 1 in 300 while another says 1 in 100,000. Huge discrepancy. Why?
Studies: I cannot speak for any doctor nor the actual figures reported. First, I do not believe there is any consensus on the figures as such studies of mortality rate for this procedure are scarce and will vary based upon who does the study, the size of the sampling, the geographic sampling, the year of the study, how the information was collected, etc. Concentrate on the need and benefit of the surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Another doctor on here said the post surgical mortality rate is 2%. That can't possibly be correct, even with cleft palate surgery right?
Procedure dependent: The risk of dying (mortality) and developing complications (morbidity) is dependent on the diagnosis, the procedure, the condition of the patient and the situation (emergent vs elective). Most elective procedures have very low mortality rates, clearly cleft palate surgery in a child without other risk factors (e.g. Cardiac defects) will be low, very low, on the order of 0.1% or less. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do the mortality rates in Aortic Aneurysm surgery include those that are having emergency surgery for dissections, or how are they broken out?
Gallbladder surgery in two days no stones of inflamation just Gerd and low function discover by hida scan. What are the complications and mortality %?
Your surgeon: should have given you all the possible complications. But laparoscopic cholecystectomy is very safe and curative. Your surgeon and your doctor has determined that potential benefits of surgery outweigh the risks when they recommended that you undergo this operation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- What is the success rate of the bcir operation?
- What is the mortality rate for addisons disease?
- What is the mortality rate of abdominal aortic aneurysms?
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- What is the hantavirus morbidity and mortality rate in the us?
- What is the mortality rate due to coronary artery bypass surgery?
- Colonoscopy mortality rate
- Mortality rate for pancreatitis
- Talk to a colorectal surgeon online for free