Recommendations for the Management of Comorbidity in Hidradenitis Suppurativa
ConclusionThe application of these recommendations will facilitate the dermatologist practice, and benefit HS patients’ health and quality of life.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
Conclusion: Septic patients with a past history of heart failure received 1L less IV fluids in the first 24 hours with no difference in mortality.
The objective of this literature review is to present the theoretical and practical aspects of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation support for respiratory and/or cardiac functions in critically ill patients.
Deaths from motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of unintentional deaths in the United States. This paper investigates the effect of increases in cigarette taxes and prices following the Master Settlement Agreement (MSA) on non-alcohol and alcohol-rel...
Suicide is one of the major causes of death in young people, in whom suicide can occur in clusters. In this Review, we have investigated definitions and epidemiology of such clusters, the factors associated with them, mechanisms by which they occur, and me...
Leading suicide theories and research in adults suggest that pain can exacerbate the suicidal risk of an individual. Although pain and suicidality (including suicidal ideation, behaviour, and death by suicide) both increase in prevalence during adolescence...
Robotic assistance may facilitate completion of minimally invasive hysterectomy, which is the standard of care for the treatment of early-stage endometrial cancer, in patients for whom conventional laparoscopy is challenging. The aim of this systematic review was to assess conversion to laparotomy and perioperative complications after laparoscopic (LH) and robotic hysterectomy (RH) in endometrial cancer patients with obesity.
There are three general techniques for laparoscopic entry, all of which are considered safe and effective. These include the use of a veress needle, an optical trocar, and an open approach. Twenty-five percent of all injuries during laparoscopic surgery occur with initial entry. Therefore, a thoughtful approach to port placement is critical to ensure optimal performance and patient safety with entry. Certain patient factors that may increase the rate of injury or complicate entry include obesity, prior abdominal surgeries, large uterine size, and the small stature and short torso of the pediatric patient.
To examine differences in life satisfaction, sleep, and fatigue after hysterectomy among women with preoperative pelvic pain and/or depression.
To compare the results of bimanual pelvic exam (BPE) to Pelvic Ultrasound (PU) in symptomatic women. The American College of Physicians reported that 35% of women may experience pain, discomfort, embarrassment, or anxiety during a pelvic exam. This may serve as a barrier for women to seek medical care, which could potentially delay diagnosis. While prior studies show lack of evidence for routine BPE in asymptomatic women, its use in symptomatic women may also be limited.
To evaluate the risk of postoperative complications among diabetic and nondiabetic patients stratified by hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c).
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