Volume 3 Issue 1 Articles
  • Volume 3 Issue 1 Articles
In individuals with gastroparesis, opioid use disorder is linked to higher mortality and morbidity
There ar restricted information relating to OUD in patients with gastroparesis. This study aimed to guage the impact of OUD on the outcomes in patients hospitalized with gastroparesis and to delineate the trends related to OUD and gastroparesis employing a nationwide sample.
Extraction of Gossypiboma through Laparoscopy: A Case Report and Review of Literature
Textiloma is outlined as anymaterial used throughout surgery that's forgotten within the body. The identification relies on clinical examination, physical examination and medical imaging, primarily X-ray and X-radiation (CT).
Endoscopist-directed balanced propofol sedation during endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography: safety and efficacy
Endoscopist-directed balanced propofol sedation (BPS) seems to be safe and effective for routine examination. However, there square measure restricted information on its use in scrutiny retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP).
Interventional oncology's significance in colorectal cancer liver metastases treatment
Colorectal cancer may be a leading reason for death each in Europe and worldwide. sadly, 20-25% of patients with large intestine cancer have already got metastases at the time of identification, whereas 50-60% of the rest can develop metastases later throughout the course of the sickness.
Diagnosis and treatment of a gas embolism during endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography
Air embolism isn't diagnosed and is usually fatal. The identification is usually not created in a very timely manner given the speedy and severe clinical deterioration that always develops, ofttimes resulting in pathology.