plastic. Sunday , August 13th , 2017 - 00:35:26 AM
Most post operative strokes occur when a blood clot dislodges, which typically occurs in the lower section of the body. This blood clot then travels through the body and may lodge itself in the brain or more commonly the lungs. This action of a blood clot traveling through the body post surgically is commonly referred to as an embolism and usually arises from a larger blood clot that usually forms in the lower body known as a deep venous thrombosis or "DVT". DVT is a prime concern for surgeons, and can be considered a precursor to a stroke.
Another essential thing that one should be concerned about is intake of alcohol or smoking. It is advisable to avoid smoking and drinking prior 2 weeks of surgery. They have an adverse affect on our blood due to which medicines tend to work ineffectively. One may face several problems due their intake so avoid them completely.
The question is: Is it the surgeon's responsibility to say "no" to someone who has had countless cosmetic surgeries? Like the bartender who "cuts off" the person who has had too much to drink, does the surgeon decide when to draw the line? Should patients have the right to have as many surgeries as they are willing to pay for, even when a compulsion for perfection is obvious?
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