Marisol Mac plastic, 2018-06-23 06:43:26. 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.
Mari Holzer plastic, 2018-06-22 23:16:37. Bhuwan, for information on Burn,Burn SurgeonsPlastic Surgery,Burn DoctorsBurn Treatment,Treatment of Burn,Post Burn, Contracture,Burn Hospitals and Burn Specialists.Please visit our site: is slip and how does it work in manufacturing plastic film and bags.
Clarissa Bancroft plastic, 2018-06-23 04:35:51. Thermage is non-invasive, but some patients are known to have experienced mild discomfort during the procedure. To avoid this, some doctors will apply a low dose of local anesthetic before the treatment. Some other side effects that may be caused by the procedure are tenderness, swelling, skin rashes, redness, and blisters. The possibility of having these side effects are quite low (less than 1%) and if they do occur, they usually go away after a few days.
Rosetta Tordis plastic, 2018-06-23 06:47:06. Patients and physicians alike need to recognize that most patients who are receiving some sort of cosmetic care are generally considered to be healthy individuals. Thus, neither patient nor physician is necessarily ready for the onset of a complication. This fact alone can make a complication much more serious than if the very same complication arose during a medically necessary procedure. For instance, even during a routine knee surgery, physicians do not see their patients as completely healthy, and are more guarded against the onset of blood clots or other risk factors for stroke.
Giolla Fhaolain plastic, 2018-06-23 01:35:50. Few patients really consider themselves at risk for a possible stroke because they associate the condition as an event that occurs to people over the age of 55. While in some cases age does bear a factor, it is far from the determining factor of a stroke. In fact, a healthy 65-year-old woman can be less likely to have a stroke than a 35-year-old woman who is undergoing invasive cosmetic surgery. Patients should understand the causes of a stroke in a post operative environment in order to assess more realistically their level of risk. However, as a physician I can testify to the fact that sometimes there simply is no way to ascertain why a stroke occurred for one individual and not for another with the same health history, the same risk factors, and the same surgical procedure.
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Imke Delara plastic, 2018-06-23 03:50:24. Nerve Damage: Another risk of plastic surgery is that procedures can cause nerve damage. If a surgeon nicks or cuts nerves while completing a surgery, it can cause a partial or total loss of feeling in certain parts of the body. For instance, in a breast implantation surgery, it is possible for the nerves leading to the nipple and areola to be damaged, which can lead to a loss of sensation during sexual activity. While nerve damage is a fairly rare complication, its effects are often permanent.
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