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Saturday - July 5, 2014 12:09 pm
A healthy man Mr Pyrah, of Woodmere Road in Stockton who went into hospital for laparoscopic inguinal hernia surgery died as a result of complications as his bowel was perforated during laparoscopic inguinal hernia surgery. Recently retired careers officer, Andrew Pyrah, would walk five miles, swim a kilometre and play tennis at least two times every week. Small bowel injury is a serious complication of laparoscopic surgery. Average small bowel injury in laparoscopic surgery is 0.13 per cent, the incidence of laparoscopy surgery induced bowel injury is small in size and such injury is usually not discovered during the laparoscopic operation. Most of the time patient return back to hospital after two days of the surgery.   Read more...
Wednesday - July 2, 2014 3:29 pm
Encision, a active electrode monitoring system manufacturer, just received clearance from the FDA to create to promote its AEM EndoShield device that plugs between many common electrosurgical generators. Encision AEM laparoscopic instruments has a capacity to watch and stop stray energy being released unintentionally. This disposable electrosurgical device is a disposable, and may be utilized when a minimal access surgeon chooses to use higher power settings for specific laparoscopic operations.   Read more...
Wednesday - July 2, 2014 11:45 am
There are many individuals who desperately need medical surgery but are too poor to be able to afford it. Some of these needed surgery's may even be life threatening. There are becoming more and more homeless people living on the streets each and every day. Poverty is becoming a very common thing now days. Many go years without receiving important medical surgery. As time goes on, things can only get worse. This is why we believe in helping the needy. To help those who aren't capable of helping themselves. Life shouldn't be revolved around making money, but helping others. If we can put a stop to someones suffering we'll do everything in our power to do so. As doctors, we want to help make the world a better place.   Read more...
Friday - June 27, 2014 12:33 pm
Reduce expenses of laparoscopic surgery is associated with using endomechanical staplers during laparoscopic appendicectomy is observed by up to 75% with the DS Ligation Clip System from Aesculap. This Aesculap Ligation system is extra large and it can also be used in appendectomies where there is acute appendicitis or fecolith. The double clip design provides a firm hold on tissue and stabilizes the clip against side-to-side dislodgement. The Aesculap diamond-shaped texture further supports clip adherence to prevent slippage.
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Monday - June 23, 2014 10:00 am
According to recent data the number of young people with symptomatic gall stones undergoing laparoscopic cholecystectomy nearly quadrupled on the 12-year period. This trend and transfer of laparoscopic cholecystectomy procedure nowadays done by general surgeon arrives largely towards the growing prevalence of morbid obesity. As all over World morbid obesity is increasing very fast so the Gall stone. According to a study presented in the 2014 Scientific Meeting from the Southeastern Surgical Congress.
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Saturday - June 21, 2014 3:35 pm
Many medications for a number of conditions have been found to have weight loss like a side-effect, and conversely, many medications may cause putting on weight. Weight-loss medications commonly involve diet and a metabolism booster. Although not all patients can tolerate prescription weight-loss medication. Many obese people are on medication for chronic conditions, for example heart disease, hypertension, high cholesterol levels, depression and diabetes. Several genes have already been identified as candidates for the thrifty genotype, including those encoding proteins of the insulin-signaling and leptin pathways, as well as intermediary fat metabolism.
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Thursday - June 19, 2014 4:45 pm
Spina bifida is a congenital disorder caused by the incomplete closing of the embryonic neural tube. Some vertebrae overlying the spinal cord are not fully formed and remain unfused and open. If the opening is large enough, this allows a portion of the spinal cord to protrude through the opening in the bones. Some birth defects in newborns could eventually be a thing of the past because of new robotics technologies with micro robotic arm being developed to perform surgery on babies in the womb. Spina bifida is one such disease, affecting approximately One in 2,500 newborns worldwide, where a lesion on the back leaves the spinal cord exposed within the womb, leading to severe disabilities, learning difficulties, and often death.   Read more...
Tuesday - June 10, 2014 2:52 pm
Bariatric surgery is regarded to have significant outcomes in diabetes mellitus type 2, however, merely a small percentage of suitable patients will be considered for this kind of treatment. Diabetes has come forth as the utmost essential co-morbid sign for surgery treatment in the overweight patient. This overview looks at existing facts for Bariatric surgery in obese diabetics hoping to boost the profile of this life changing treatment.   Read more...
Thursday - June 5, 2014 1:32 pm
3-D laparoscopic surgical video system is useful in Minimal Access Surgery as it can give little improvement in task analysis by increasing depth perceptionb. Olympus' product, the Endoeye Flex 3-D, which won within the Health and Medical Technologies category, beat out 14 other laparoscopic camera winners within the technology industry's awards showcase. The 3D camera system, which received FDA approval for use in operation theater this past year, allows minimal access surgeons to view minimally invasive surgeries in 3-D as though they were doing the open surgery by hand.   Read more...
Tuesday - June 3, 2014 1:08 pm
Laparoscopic Surgeons will be able to use Google glass to broadcast laparoscopic surgery all over the world. In the future trainee surgeons can watch and learn from expert surgeons of World Laparoscopy Hospital through Google Glass live streaming. It might be tremendous advantage for that laparoscopic surgeons and gynecologist. Google Glass is a wearable computer by having an optical head-mounted display (OHMD). It had been developed by Google using the mission of manufacturing a mass-market ubiquitous computer. Google Glass displays information in a smartphone-like hands-free format.   Read more...

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