After Dorian, disease is next threat on shattered Bahamian island
Piles of debris, decaying human and animal corpses and fetid water on storm-hammered Great Abaco Island in the Bahamas are posing a new risk for those who survived Hurricane Dorian's wrath: Disease.
ConclusionsInjection of botulinum toxin in the anal sphincters is a safe and effective analgesic option in patients with anal fissure while actively receiving chemotherapy.
Conclusion: In our study, patients with hemorrhoids could be at increased risk of HT compared with patients with other comorbidities of HT, such as cardiovascular disease.
Condition: Hemorrhoids Intervention: Sponsor: Servier Affaires Médicales Not yet recruiting
Authors: Ratto C, Orefice R, Tiso D, Martinisi GB, Pietroletti R Abstract Hemorrhoidal disease is a widespread proctologic clinical entity. Even if surgical excision is an effective treatment, it only represents the standard procedure for patients with high-grade hemorrhoids. Considering that most cases are grade I or II hemorrhoids, oral or topical therapies are widely used despite, currently, there are no satisfactory options for these kinds of treatments. The pathology involves the degeneration of the supporting tissue of the anal cushions, causing venous dilation, blood stagnation, formation of edematous venous...
CONCLUSION: LH is a safe and fast procedure with a proven minimal complications rate. PMID: 33023436 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Though the country is a huge polluter, it leads the world in the clean technologies that could make this feasibleWhen I first moved to China in 1990, winter meant coal. The moment Beijing turned on the municipal heating system, our faces would become covered with soot. People stockpiled loose coal in huge piles outside their homes for heating and cooking. I could see the smokestacks offour large coal power plants and the country ’slargest steel mill in the distance. China ’s addiction to this most carbon-intensive of fossil fuels made the prospect of a country dedicated to fighting climate change seem fanciful....
Publication date: 15 February 2021Source: Journal of Hazardous Materials, Volume 404, Part AAuthor(s): Xiaoliang Ji, Yuan Ma, Ganning Zeng, Xiaoqun Xu, Kun Mei, Zhenfeng Wang, Zheng Chen, Randy Dahlgren, Minghua Zhang, Xu Shang
Transanal hemorroidal deharterialization (THD) represents a safe and effective proctosurgical procedure that provides a targeted ligation of hemorrhoidal arteries through a Doppler probe combined with a plication of the prolapsing rectal mucosa, if necessary. This technique should be recommended for 2nd degree, 3rd degree, and 4th degree hemorrhoids providing a complete resolution of symptoms in almost all patients, avoiding life-threatening complications.
We aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of a suture fixation Anopexy procedure by comparing with Doppler guided hemorrhoidal artery ligation (DGHAL) in the management of patients with grade III hemorrhoids.
Hemorrhoid disease is a very common problem in the Medicare population. Prior work has shown significant variation in county level practices of hemorrhoidectomy; however, regional variation of rubber band ligation (RBL), which can be performed by a number of different practitioners in an office-based setting, has yet to be assessed. We aim to evaluate the variation of RBL and hemorrhoidectomy over a 7-year period.