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A Diabetic Off All Medicine After Surgery, No More Diabetes
 
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Dr. Rutledge talks with a diabetic 3 weeks after Mini-Gastric Bypass. Now off all of his diabetic medications. For More Information: Call Dr. Rutledge on his cell phone at 702-215-9550 or Email at DrR@clos.net or on the WEB at www.clos.net
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A Diabetic Reports in 1 Week After Surgery, No More Diabetes
 
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Dr. Rutledge talks with a diabetic 1 week after Mini-Gastric Bypass. Now off all 4 of his diabetic medications. For More Information: Call Dr. Rutledge on his cell phone at 702-215-9550 or Email at DrR@clos.net or on the WEB at www.clos.net
Views: 1023 DrRRutledge
Coronary Heart Disease Video
 
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Coronary heart disease is the leading cause of both men and women in the US. Coronary heart disease kills almost 700,000 people each year. Coronary heart disease occurs when arteries that supply the heart become narrowed and may cause a heart attack. Dr. Dahlman's video describes how coronary heart disease can be reversed or prevented by a healthier diet.
Views: 17426 Dr Dahlman Online
'Evening News' First Look: Matters Of The Heart (CBS News)
 
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Senior producer Bill Owens previews tonight's top stories and talks with Dr. Jon LaPook about his "CBS Evening News" series on new advances in the treatment of heart disease. (CBSNews.com)
Views: 141 CBS News
Video testimonials in complicated Cardiac,heart blood pressu
 
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watch Video testimonies on best possible treatment of complicated cardiac symptoms, cardiac therapy, heart attack diabetes, coronary blockage , coronary stenosis, with unique blends of special dietary supplements without side effects
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what is diabetes-Hindi
 
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diabetes hindi introduction Dr. Sanjay Kalra Endocrinologist Bharti Hospital Karnal India
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Diabetic Dave - Diabetes Sucks
 
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This is me, DiabeticDave telling the world about my blog, DiabeticDave.com. Plus, I'm FAT!
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MEDICAL - How cholesterol clogs your arteries (atherosclerosis)
 
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To inform on the Atherosclerosis and its complex biological process: it is the idea of this project dedicated to the prevention of the cardiovascular risks of diseases. It was carried out by scientists and is adressed to general public. www.technicom-sa.fr
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Special: Frequently Asked Questions
 
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Dr. Ezrin answers questions that are frequently asked to him by colleagues and patients.
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My Brother Dan 2
 
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This is my brother Dan. This is one of his good days in the fact that he is actually walking. He sufferers from seizures stoke disease, RSDS and is in constant pain and numbness to his extremities and face. After back surgery he barely functions. He has been denied Social Security benefits as his physician claims there is nothing wrong with him. Can anyone help him? Video appears walking faster than he actually can.
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LASER Gum Treatment 2
 
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http://www.lasergumdentist.com/ Patient was told by his previous dentist to remove his front teeth. Laser gum therapy was completed. After a week it appears he will be able to keep his teeth. Gum Surgery Los Angeles Dentist Downey Ca This case has been published in the Prestigious Peer reviewed Journal Compendium http://www.compendiumlive.com/article.php?id=2791 More information http://lasergumdentist.com/ http://www.johndds.com/ http://www.lasergumdentist.com/ Periodontal disease according to The Guinness Book of world records is the most common infectious disease affecting mankind. The surgeon General has estimated that 80% of adult Americans have some form of gum disease. Healthcare costs could be reduced by focusing on the mouth. Medical insurance companies are saying we can save 4 to 1. That is, for every dollar invested in dental care they are saving $4 in medical costs. The cost for treating diabetes is around $174 billion in the U.S. annually. Extrapolate what Columbia University and Aetna Medical found in their research that costs for diabetes care could be reduced by as much as 16 percent by treating gum disease. Take into consideration the Surgeon Generals estimate that gum disease affects approximately 80 percent of the U.S. population. Thus the potential savings by treating gum disease are approximately $22 billion. This does not include the savings for cardiovascular disease, a probable savings of 11 percent, or another 9 percent for cerebral vascular disease or stroke. The same Aetna and Columbia University studies found that treating gum disease can reduce preterm low birth-weight babies by 50 percent. Preterm low birth-weight births account for more than 12 percent of all births, $13 billion annually in hospitalizations and uncounted social costs since babies born prematurely often require years of care. The whole total of dental expenditures in the U.S is approximately $75 billion annually. Only 3%, according to Dental Insurance statistics, is spent on periodontal disease. In other words only $2 Billion is spent on gum disease annually. The important thing to take from this is to know your periodontal score. Unfortunately, gum disease does not hurt. When you visit your dentist make sure your gum pockets are being measured. The dentist needs to take six measurements per tooth. This score has been shown to be more important to your general health than your cholesterol level, body mass index, or blood pressure. Remember that your gums should never bleed when you brush and floss thoroughly, no more than your hands should bleed when you wash them. A new breakthrough in the treatment of Gum disease is Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure LANAP. The Laser gum treatment has been found to regenerate the attachment around the tooth. Complementary Evaluation Downey Dentist Laser Gum Treatment also known a s laser gum surgery LANAP, WPT, laser gum therapy, laser periodontics, laser periodontal treatment, laser gingivitis treatment, Annapolis periodontal technique has been proven scientifically to be able to reverse gum disease. Gum disease is classified as Gingivitis, Early, Moderate and Severe Periodontitis. The "laser Gum Treatment" does not require bone substitute materials to be used. These bone substitutes are known as gum bone graft. By avoiding "Bone Grafting" you minimize the risks involved in regenerative periodontal treatment by utilizing laser energy to promote ones own natural healing. Laser Gum Treatment Laser Gum Surgery
Views: 129232 John McAllister
The Secrets of Stopping Heart Disease
 
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Can Heart Disease be Cured? Absolutely yes it can be, watch the introduction to a Book on DVD the tells you both what heart disease is and how to stop or reverse it.
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Assessing Cardiac Risk
 
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Who needs a cardiac work-up prior to surgery? How do you stratify cardiac risk? Dr Melissa Stiles and Dr. Kathleen Walsh summarize the ACC/AHA Pre-operative Cardiac Risk Assessment guidelines. http://www.fammed.wisc.edu
Chondroitin Failure
 
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According to new research, chondroitin provides either very little or no symptomatic improvement for patients suffering from osteoarthritis of the knee or hip. Get more information at http://www.HealthyUpdates.com Get a FREE REMEDY Subscription: http://www.healthisnow.com
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Patient interview "A"
 
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Actual unscripted patient interview
Cancer Has Become the Number One Killer Disease
 
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Hi-quality version here: www.mphtower.com/videos Have you been coughing and of strongly breath? Have you had conditions that are not conditions to see? Are you in the most dangerous step? Then you might be receiving cancer! In 2002, the lovely Miss V., a professor at a notable New England university received the future classic "Cancer Has Become the Number One Killer Disease" student paper from the astonishingly named Pisit Pornkitti. Due to her remarkable foresight, and a fellow professor's scanner, we at Conhugeco Films are proud to bring you an informative video version of this landmark paper. Don't be panic!
Views: 22109 Michael Hightower
Allie's Voice:  An aside on NBC Diabetes Special Report
 
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NBC hosted a special report on diabetes this past weekend. Surprisingly, it wasn't plagued with misinformation. NBC gets a standing ovation for pitching natural food and exercise as a means to treat elevated blood sugar. However, sometimes effectively sinking your teeth into an issue requires dissecting the cause. What do you think causes elevated blood sugar? Share your thoughts on the NBC diabetes special report and hear what Allie has to say about the program. Please SUBSCRIBE for free to support Allies Voice - Making the World Safer for People with Diabetes!
Views: 674 Allie Beatty
What is Angioplasty by Dr. Siddharth Dagli
 
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Angioplasty Real time clip in Hindi
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5 Days after MGB, Blood Pressure and Diabetes getting better
 
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Dr. Rutledge talks to Canadian patient from Alberta 5 days after MGB. Lost 9 lbs. Diabetes and High Blood Pressure getting better. Discussion of need for salt and the estrogen patch. Contact Dr. Rutledge: Email: DrR@clos.net, Web: www.clos.net, Phone: 702-215-9550
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Introduction to Clinical Surgery Lectures - 01 Introduction
 
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The introduction to a lecture series on an introduction to clinical surgery. It has been devised with medical students in mind.
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Repeat Gastric Bypass Surgery - Without Cutting
 
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U.S. surgeons can now perform weight loss surgery without making a single cut. It's a ground-breaking method used to revisit gastric bypass operations. It could not only help patients maintain their weight loss, it could also reduce risks in the OR.
Views: 401 MediaSourceTV
Understanding Heart Disease (Heart Basics #1)
 
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Heart disease affects more than 20 million Americans. Let's explore the various forms that heart disease can take.Watch More Health Videos at Health Guru: http://www.healthguru.com/?YT
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da Vinci Surgery for Kidney Disease
 
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Live Webcast of da Vinci® Partial Nephrectomy December 6, 2007 5:00 PM EST (22:00 UTC) From Henry Ford Hospital's Vattikuti Urology Institute R-Live.com and Henry Ford Hospital will present a live Webcast of a da Vinci® (Robotic) Partial Nephrectomy from the Henry Ford Hospital's Vattikuti Urology Institute on December 6, 2007 at 5 PM (ET). Craig Rogers, M.D., Director of Robotic Renal Surgery at Henry Ford Hospital and Director of Urologic Oncology at Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, will perform this minimally invasive procedure using the da Vinci® S™ Surgical System. James Peabody, M.D., Senior Staff Surgeon of the Vattikuti Urology Institute, will moderate this event to explain critical portions of the surgery and answer e-mail questions from viewers.
Views: 9715 BroadcastMed Network
What is Peripheral Arterial Disease?
 
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Dr. Sattesh Babu of Vascular Associates of Westchester discusses Peripheral Arterial Disease, who is at risk, why it is important to be screened and current treatments.
Views: 6291 EmpoweredCardio
Insidermedicine in 60 - September 27, 2007
 
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From New York - More than 300 thousand pounds of frozen ground beef hamburger patties, manufactured by the Topps Meat Company, have been recalled because they may be contaminated with the bacteria E. coli. Six people living in New York state have become ill after eating the patties. A sample of the meat has tested positive for the bacteria which can cause cramps, bloody diarrhea, and more rarely, death. From Washington - If you take acetominophen, you may need to be careful careful about how much coffee you drink. Research performed on bacteria that were modified to act like liver cells showed that when exposed to large doses of caffeine, toxic byproducts accumulated. These byproducts can destroy human liver cells and can lead to liver failure. From Sydney - HDL, or the "good" type of cholesterol, is very important in preventing heart attack death in those with coronary artery disease. In a study of nearly 10,000 patients, those with low LDL, or bad, cholesterol levels but high HDL levels had a 25% lower risk of having a heart attack or dying from their heart disease. And finally from Barcelona - Herceptin, when given with chemotherapy prior to surgery, lowers the risk of a breast cancer sufferer needing a mastectomy. A study showed that women treated with the combination treatment were 3 times less likely to need a mastectomy. This research is good news for the 25-30% of those women with breast cancer who have HER-2 positive cells. For Insidermedicine in 60, I'm Dr. Susan Sharma.
Views: 968 insidermedicine
Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease
 
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Dr. Benzinger from secondopinion.org with health information on heart disease.
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Diabetic Related Kidney Disease, Dr. MFaulkner3
 
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Comments With Dr. James Haney Presents*Dr. MFaulkner, a Professor @Meharry Medical College, and a discusion of the relationship between diabetes and kidney disease, Part 3. I need your support to continue this site. Send me a donation at www.drjameshaney.com or write me at james haney, P, O. Box 591. Mt. Juliet, Tn, 37121-0591. I appreciate any help you can give, drjhaney
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Insidermedicine in 60 - September 21, 2007
 
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From Boston - While cutting calories by 30 to 40% has been shown to increase longevity, Harvard researchers may have now found the reason why. Studying the livers of mice who had fasted for a few days, the researchers noted the activation of 2 genes, SIRT3 and SIRT4. These genes influence the mitochondria to become more efficient. The research could lead to a pill that slows aging and prevents ailments such as cataracts, heart disease, and Alzheimer's. From Washington - While cell phones don't raise the risk for brain cancer, they may affect hearing. In a study comparing 100 cell phone users to those who didn't use them, those who used their phones for more than 60 minutes per day for over 4 years had a noticeable loss of hearing at higher frequencies. Signs of damage include warming of the ear or a sense of fullness or ringing. From Rochester - Unfortunately, many who have suffered from a heart attack are not being referred to cardiac rehabilitation, despite the fact that it can lower the chance of death from another heart attack by 25%. Cardiac rehab includes evaluation to identify and modify risk factors, the supervision of exercise, nutritional modification, and counseling. And finally, from Israel - A glass of pinot noir may be just what the doctor ordered for those with type 2 diabetes. Researchers showed that diabetics randomized to drink a 5 oz glass of red wine per day had a 15% reduction in their sugar levels. No effect was noted in the control group. For Insidermedicine in 60, I'm Dr. Susan Sharma.
Views: 1276 insidermedicine
SECOND OPINION | Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease  | PBS
 
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This PBS medical series explores illnesses one at a time and features a panel of physicians and other experts assessing individual cases. Heartburn is nothing to take lightly. For many people, heartburn can interrupt daily life and be the precursor to serious illnesses. Our panel of experts on gastroesophageal reflux disease will discuss the diagnosis and treatment of it, as well as the symptoms you should not ignore. Check local listings for airdates and times. http://www.pbs.org/secondopinion
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PostCare™ Diabetes Center: Monitoring Your Blood Sugar
 
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http://www.PreOp.com Monitoring and tightly controlling your blood sugar level can significantly reduce the risk of complications due to diabetes and provide you with a higher quality of life. Knowledge of your blood sugar levels at different times of the day is an essential input into your diabetes care plan and allows you and your medical team to work out and modify your plan for medication, diet and exercise. The heart of the system to monitor your blood sugar is the blood glucose meter and the automatic lancing device used to obtain your blood sample. There are many types of glucose meters with varying degrees of sophistication and abilities to store test results. Your doctor or nurse will recommend the type best for you. You will need to be familiar with the manufacturer's instructions for each unit. This program will provide you with general guidelines that apply to all units. The equipment you will need to assemble includes: * the glucose testing meter, * a packet of test strips, * an automatic lancing device, * and facial tissue. The meter will have a display with blood sugar readings are shown, an on/off power button and a slot into which the Test Strips are inserted. In the back of the meter will be a compartment for batteries. The Automatic Lancing Device has three components: the body with a release button, lancet holder and cocking device, the removable end cap and a separate short lancet. The first step is to code the meter to match or calibrate the meter to the reactivity of the Test Strip. This is done by following the manufacturer's instructions and matching a number on the meter's display to a number on the Code Strip or on the test strip package. Coding is done: * whenever a new package of Test Strips is opened * and daily to ensure the meter is coded correctly. In addition, a control test can be run: * if you need to check that the whole system of the meter and the test strip is working correctly * and to practice your good meter techniques. * Follow the manufacturer's instructions, which usually involves testing a control solution of sugar that is provided with the meter. Wash your hands vigorously with soap and warm water. Rinse and dry thoroughly with a paper towel. Remove the Test Strip from its individual package. With the meter off, insert the correct end of the test strip into the test slot of the meter, according to the manufacturer's instructions. This usually turns the meter on. Remove the end-cap from the lancing device. Insert a short lancet into the lancet holder according to the manufacturer's instructions. Twist off the protective cap and save it for the disposal of the used lancet. Replace the end-cap. The depth of the puncture depends on the end-cap used. Re-cock the lancing device. Choose your puncture site. The sides of the end segment of the finger are the best sites. Stroke down the finger to push blood toward the puncture site. Place the end-cap firmly against the chosen puncture site on the side of the fingertip. The more pressure you use, the deeper the puncture. Push the lancet release button without moving your finger or the device. After the puncture, remove the lancing device. If a drop of blood does not form on its own, stroke down the finger toward the puncture site without going as far as the site itself. Hold the tip of the test strip in the drop of blood until the meter tells you the test strip is filled, usually by beeping. Remove the test strip from the blood. Put the device and the strip aside until the reading is complete. Wipe the puncture site with a clean, dry facial tissue and use the tissue to hold pressure on the puncture site until the bleeding stops. Remove the end-cap from the lancing device and remove the used lancet. Replace the used lancet back into the protective cap by pushing it into the open end of the cap which is placed on a firm, flat surface like a counter top. Once the blood sugar reading on the meter is complete, use the tissue to grasp the test strip and pull it out of the meter. This usually turns the meter off. Discard the lancet in its protective cover and the used strip into a glass or puncture-proof container with a screw top or a "Sharps" Container purchased from your local pharmacy. Replace the cap on the container. When the container is full, cap it and discard it into the trash. * Clean the lancing device weekly according to the manufacturer's instructions. * Only use a lancet once. * Do not use the same end-cap on another person. * Teach another person to use the whole system so that you have a backup when you need assistance.
Scientists Tattoo the Heart to Track Treatments
 
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Scientists are trying to use stem cells after a heart attack to help re-build damaged heart tissue, but they've had trouble measuring if & how well the heart responds. Now, a tiny, high-tech tattoo on the heart can show the information they need.
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Podcast: CryoPlasty Therapy
 
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Join physicians from Memorial Hermann Heart & Vascular Institute as they present an innovative non-surgical treatment of peripheral arterial disease using CryoPlasty® Therapy. CryoPlasty® Therapy is an innovative new procedure that uses cooling therapy to remedy difficult-to-treat blood vessel blockage. CryoPlasty® Therapy is a form of angioplasty that gently cools and opens arteries clogged with plaque due to peripheral arterial disease (PAD). CryoPlasty® Therapy simultaneously dilates and treats atherosclerotic plaque. A balloon is delivered to the lesion and is inflated with nitrous oxide gas. The vessel wall is cooled with a 20-seond treatment at -10ºC.
Views: 4358 BroadcastMed Network
Stroke Warning Signs - Punjabi
 
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Punjabi - Stroke warning signs from the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
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Insidermedicine in 60 - October 4, 2007
 
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From Washington - The prevalence of obesity in the US is nearly twice that of European countries, with over 30% of Americans having the condition. The high rate of obesity is believed to cost the US over $100 billion as it contributes to cancer, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. From Wisconsin - A new test may make colonoscopy unnecessary for those being screened for colorectal cancer. The new non-invasive test, known as virtual colonoscopy or CT colonography, is as good as colonoscopy at detecting cancers. The paper is adding to the controversy as to who should be screening for colorectal cancer: gastroenterologists or radiologists. From New York - A 35-year old woman who underwent a bilateral mastectomy for a diagnosis of breast cancer is suing the lab responsible for reading the biopsy. It turns out she never had breast cancer in the first place. The error has been traced back to a technician who is said to have cut corners and is no longer with the lab. And finally, from Ohio - Children and adolescents can get heart attacks. Researchers noted 9 cases in which otherwise-healthy adolescents developed heart attack after noticing chest pain that radiated into the arm or neck. All had a rise in enzymes that confirm the diagnosis. Unlike adults, the episodes were believed to be caused by spasm, as opposed to a blood clot. For Insidermedicine in 60, I'm Dr. Susan Sharma.
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ATRIAL FIB HEART CURE
 
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THERE IS A NEW PROCEDURE THAT LITERALLY CAN CURE ATRIAL FIBRALATION IN THE HEART. I'VE HAD IT SINCE 1974 AND CONTROLLED IT WITH Rx MEDS. NOW MAYBE I WILL HAVE THIS NEW TECHNIQUE DONE.
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PreOp® Patient Education Minimal: Biopsy General Surgery
 
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http://www.PreOp.com Patient ED @ 617-379-1582 INFO Your doctor has recommended that you undergo a biopsy procedure - or lumpectomy. But what does that actually mean? Biopsy is a general term which simply means "the removal of tissue for microscopic examination." Your doctor intends to remove tissue from your body, not because you're necessarily ill, but because biopsy is a very accurate method for analyzing unusual growths or other suspicious tissue. Because it provides such accurate diagnostic information, biopsy is an important diagnostic tool in the fight against cancer. In your case, you have a suspicious lump or other tissue which needs to be examined. It may have been felt by you or your doctor... or spotted using other diagnostic tools such as x-ray. Let's take a moment to look at the reasons why lumps or growths form. The body is made of many different kinds of tissues and those tissues are all subject to change during the course of a normal lifetime. Usually, a thickening or lump turns out to be benign, or harmless, and often requires no treatment. In some cases, lumps are malignant tumors, caused by the growth of cancerous cells. These growths need to be treated as rapidly as possible... In order to learn more about the nature of the suspicious tissue, your doctor would like to surgically remove it.
diabetes eye care- punjabi
 
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diabetes eye care punjabi dr Sanjay Kalra Endocrinologist Bharti Hospital Karnal India
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Cholesterol corporate killers
 
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This video is about the ease with which big pharma through funding and indoctrination can spread false information and fear amongst us all. The subsequent medication is the thing to fear, the belief that doctors know best is that which is to be questioned. Know your body, know your mind, be big enough to see yourself from the outside and accept others quiet opinion, even though you want to make war with them. Thoroughly research everything, every opinion, every statement, you decide what you want!
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Diabetes (சலரோகம்) Part 3 of 7
 
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Diabetes patient education video created by Jaffna Medical F
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Fluids and Electrolytes Part 1
 
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You can support the work of campbellteaching, at no cost whatsoever to yourself, if you use the link below as your bookmark to access Amazon. Thank you. If in the US use this link http://goo.gl/mDMfj5 If in the UK use this link http://goo.gl/j0htQ5 Fluid and electrolytes Fluid regulation ADH (antidiuretic hormone) - released when water levels are low to increase tubular reabsorption Electrolyte regulation Aldosterone - released when serum sodium is low to increase tubular reabsorption. Water balance Assess drinking ability in all patients Fluid balance charts Insensible loss, 400 mls skin, 400 mls lungs, metabolic water 400mls day Varies with stress, ambient conditions, fever Daily weight Too much water Increased intake or reduced output Iatrogenic fluid overload Big risk in children Water intoxication, polydipsia Disease states causing fluid retention Renal impairment Heart failure Hypoalbuminaemia Hepatic cirrhosis Clinical features Polyuria, light colour if normal renal function Oedema Pulmonary oedema, orthopnoea Raised jugular venous pressure May contribute to congestive cardiac failure Pleural and pericardial effusion Ascites Reduced electrolyte concentrations Overhydration of cells Treatments Underlying cause Diuretics Dialysis / haemofiltration Reduce sodium intake Not enough water Causes Lack of water intake Vomiting and diarrhoea Burns Excessive sweating - hot environment, increased work load Fever Diabetes insipidus Osmotic diuresis DKA, HONK Iatrogenic, diuretic use, alcohol Features of dehydration Dry mouth/Thirst Oliguria then anuria, ureamia Reduced CVP Tachycardia Vasoconstriction and pallor Peripheral venoconstriction Postural hypotension then hypotnesion Nausea Inelastic skin Sunken eyes Muscle cramps Increased blood viscosity - sluggish circulation Impairment in function of many organs ---- confusion ---- coma Haemoconcentration - increased plasma sodium Elevated haematocrit Sunken fontanel Treatments in diarrhoea and vomiting Replace water and electrolytes Oral rehydration solutions Oral or nasogastric fluids Sodium and glucose is actively taken up by the duodenum Potassium and sodium are lost from gastrointestinal secretions Hypoglycaemia is a problem in diarrhoea and vomiting Other treatments Haemorrhage Burns Dehydration Intravenous infusions Crystalloids Colloids Blood Subcutanious infusions, 60 mls / hour Per rectum administration of fluids may be used by people with low skill levels Blood volumes 6 months - 500 mls 2 years -1000 mls 5 years - 1.5 litres 10 years - 2 litres 12 years - 2.25 litres Electrolyte balance Normal ranges Potassium, 3.5 - 5 mmol/L Sodium, 135 - 145 mmol/L Hyponatraemia Causes Vomiting Diarrhoea Excessive sweating Impaired tubular reabsorption Excessive diuretic therapy Addisons disease Water excess Effects Reduced blood volume Hypotension Heat exhaustion, (loss of water and sodium) Stokers cramp Treatment Remove/treat cause Oral sodium IV. normal saline Hypernatraemia Causes Water deficit - increased loss or reduced intake Osmotic diuresis High levels of mineralcorticoids Cushing`s syndrome Effects Thirst Increase in blood volume Nausea Vomiting Confusion Treatment Treat underlying cause Correct over 48 hours Hypokalaemia Causes If you would like to get hold of my books, one on Physiology and another on Pathophysiology, check out my web site campbellteaching.co.uk Funds from selling books helps to finance distribution of resources to students in poorer countries. Vomiting Diarrhoea Diuretic therapy Alkalosis Increased aldosterone levels Effects Usually asymptomatic Weakness Atrial and ventricular ectopic beats Cardiac dysrhythmias
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Dr. Mohanty
 
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Dr. Mohanty discusses the impact of the SPARSH project Dr. Smruti Ranjan Mohanty Pediatric Cardiac Surgeon, RTIICS
Views: 731 SPARSHTeam
Baptist Smart Medicine Clip 13d - Thoracoscopic Surgery
 
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Baptist Smart Medicine Clip 13d
Joe's Search for a Second Chance - TV Spot
 
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Joe Mitchell suffered from aortic valve stenosis, a condition that would require replacement of his aortic valve. See how UAB helped save his life
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Obesity and Lab Tests
 
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Henry Anhalt DO FAAP FACOP FACE CDE Pediatric Endocrinology http://www.TheDoctorsVideos.com Dr. Anhalt completed his post-doctoral fellowship in pediatric endocrinology at the Lucille Salter Packard Childrens Hospital at Stanford University
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Doctors Study Supplement's Impact On Blindness
 
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Doctors at a Piedmont hospital are trying to find out if a common supplement could be the cure for a disease that's a leading cause of blindness. Kimberly Van Scoy reports.
Views: 621 WXII 12 News
Live Webcast: Peripheral Vascular Disease Procedure
 
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On Thursday, May 10 at 3:00 p.m. EDT accomplished vascular surgeons will demonstrate the safety and efficacy of the minimally invasive procedures that treats poor leg circulation as it happens — during a live, global webcast —from an endovascular suite at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital in Norfolk, Virginia. Dr. Marc H. Glickman, FACS, internationally renowned vascular surgeon at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, is moderating the procedure. The procedure will be performed by Dr. Gordon Stokes, FACS, vascular surgeon, Sentara Norfolk General Hospital.
Views: 1781 BroadcastMed Network
Dr Whiting on Prostate Health
 
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https://phoenixvitamins.com/ Prostate inflammation, leading to restricted urination, bladder & kidney infections and other complications, is the number one reason why men over 50 visit their medical doctors. Currently there are three medications used for this problem and they are only about 35 to 40 percent effective. They have considerable side effects in many users as well. The surgical procedure often used for moderate to advanced prostate inflammation or BPH, has many potentially serious side effects including loss of sensation, incontinence and impotence. Prostate inflammation or enlargement is often best managed through the use of herbal extracts, amino acids and nutrients. Many thousands of men are avoiding the side effects of drug therapy and the dangers of surgery and are completely controlling their prostate inflammation and enlargement, called BPH, naturally. Saw palmetto, probably the most common herb for prostate problems, is only the beginning of our Targeted approach to good prostate health. By combining saw palmetto with pygeum africanum, select amino acids, nutrients and antioxidants, we have been able to raise the percentage of positive results considerably, while offering all these essential co-factors in one easy to take formulation. The use of Saw palmetto and Pygeum africanum together, increases the potential benefit of both. By adding key amino acids and other herbal extracts Saw palmetto and Pygeum africanum are much more effective against BPH, or commonly referred to as prostate enlargement. Natural alternatives for supporting prostate health have been around for some time, but by combining these known agents together in the right ratios, we can make a much more powerful natural alternative formula for prostate health and well-being.
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How to Treat an Injured Cat : Treat a Cat that Can't Move its Hind Legs
 
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Supporting your cat physically and keeping its spine aligned are two ways to aid a cat that suddenly can't move its legs. Learn more in this free video. Expert: Dr. Greg McDonald Bio: Dr. Greg McDonald earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Ohio State University in 1979. Filmmaker: Diana Bacon
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Histopathology Colon--Hirschsprung disease
 
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Histopathology Colon--Hirschsprung disease
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Full: Effect of Testosterone Replacement Therapy on Prostate Tissue in Men with Late-Onset Hypogonadism (Dramatic Health)
 
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Full. Effect of Testosterone Replacement Therapy on Prostate Tissue in Men with Late-Onset Hypogonadism by Dr. Leonard S. Marks, M.D., Medical Director Urological Sciences Research Foundation, University of California-Los Angeles School of Medicine
Views: 34750 dramatichealth