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Ophthalmology

The Treating Blindness is Advances in preclinical research

The study find that the Treating Blindness is Advances in preclinical research are now being translated into innovative clinical solutions for blindness;  Treatment a review published in the 10th Anniversary Series of Science Translational Medicine reports. Therefore Gene replacement or gene editing strategies could potentially reverse vision loss and lead to close to normal visual…

Anesthesiology

Influences of Anesthesia Methods on Some Complications

The study find that the the complications of anesthesia remain not well resolved. This study aimed to explore the influence of different anesthesia methods on the complications after orthopedic surgery. the searching strategy, anesthesia associated studies in orthopedic surgery were screened from Pubmed, Embase; and the Cochrane Library up to Mar. 10th, 2018. Orthopedic surgery…

Anesthesiology

Opioid Lawsuits Push American Pain Society

The American Pain Society (APS) may soon be out of business if its membership approves a resolution to file for bankruptcy. The APS asked its membership to vote on a recommendation from its board of directors that it cease operations. Therefore The recommendation comes in the face of continuing litigation against opioid manufacturers; which has ensnared the APS.…

Anesthesiology

ketamine in Overcoming Treatment-Resistant Depression

The researches find that the Ketamine is a promising medication that brings hope to patients struggling with severe depression, offering potential therapeutic effects for those who are non-responsive to standard antidepressants. The dissociative anesthetic is currently use by physicians and veterinarians to cause fast-acting insensitivity to pain during medical procedures. Potential therapeutic effects It is…

Anesthesiology

Postoperative Analgesia for Pediatric Craniotomy

The study find that the in pediatric patients after craniotomy procedures, which could lead to some serious postoperative complications. However; therefore  the optimal formula for postoperative analgesia for pediatric neurosurgery has not been well established. Because This study aimed to explore the optimal options and formulas for postoperative analgesia in pediatric neurosurgery. Postoperative analgesia Three…

Anesthesiology

Extreme Cold, Requires Only Local Anesthesia,

The study find that the Percutaneous ultrasound-guided breast cryoablation is a minimally invasive technique that kills targeted tissue with extreme cold; therefore requires only local anesthesia; and takes less than 45 minutes to complete Breast cryoablation using percutaneous ultrasound (US) guidance is a minimally invasive technique that kills target tissue with extreme cold. The procedure requires…

Healthcare setting in Sri Lanka

A Premier Tertiary Healthcare Setting Of Sri Lanka

Aims of the study were to assess the length of morphologically normal kidneys ultrasonically and to build models to predict the renal lengths with the view of preparing prospective context-specific normograms. Accurate prediction of reference ranges of renal lengths facilitates clinical decision making. But currently a single renal-length-reference chart is use for both kidneys; which…

Anesthesiology

New Proposal Protects Patients from Surprise Medical Bills

The study shows that the physician anesthesiologists are in-network and do not involve unanticipated bills from out-of-network providers. However; ASA believes additional work is necessary to address those small number of cases where patients receive surprise bills. ASA commends Reps. Ruiz and the cosponsors for their proposal based on the successful New York state model…

Anti-Vax

Many “Anti-Vax” Parents See Themselves As Experts

Many “anti-vax” parents see themselves as experts on their own children; as best able to decide what their children need and whether their child needs a particular vaccine; and better qualified than health experts or public health agencies to decide what is best for their family. These decisions are inarguable not in the best interests of the community…

Anesthesiology

Transdermal Analgesic Patches in Pain Management

The study find that the topical analgesic patches offer both convenience and consistent drug administration.  But Among the active ingredients available in these products are lidocaine; capsaicine, methyl salicylate, and menthol. There is a paucity of studies about the efficacy and safety of these medications. Studies that are available are often of poor quality. While…

Anesthesiology

Opioid Speeds up Recovery Without Increasing Pain Sensitivity

The study find that the Morphine and other opioid-based painkillers are very effective at treating pain initially; but studies have shown that the drugs  make patients more pain-sensitive; therefore prolonging their discomfort and increasing their risks of developing chronic pain. Because Morphine  is a highly potent opiate analgesic psychoactive drug; is the principal active ingredient in…

Anesthesiology

New Fast-Acting Antidepressant, Esketamine Nasal Spray

The study find that the effectiveness and safety of esketamine nasal spray in treating depression in people who have not responded to previous treatment. Therefore The research is publish online today in the American Journal of Psychiatry. This study is one of the key studies that led to the recent Food and Drug Administration (FDA)…