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Are Closed Reduction and Percutaneous Pinning Enough in Oncology Patients with Non-Pathologic Fractures?
The prevalence of hip fractures in patients with a history of can- CER is expected to rise, regardless of whether the fracture is pathologic or not. The purpose of this research was to find answers to two questions: (1) What is the appropriate imaging modality to determine if the fracture is pathologic? (2) Is osteosynthesis (OS) an appropriate technique for the treatment of leg bone neck fractures
Date: January 20 2022, Open Access
Suspected Drug Eruption in a Patient with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Caused by Eosinophilic Dermatosis of Hematologic Malignancy
Eosinophilic skin disease of haematological malignancy (EDHM), like chronic leukaemia, is a rare cuta- neous reaction associated with haematological malignancies (CLL). The lesions appear clinically and histologically to be insect bites; however, in most cases, the patients strongly deny any history of such bites...
Date: December 27 2021, Open Access
Associate in Nursing unnoticed Cause Throughout Coronary X-ray photography, vagal-induced cardiovascular disease
Hypotension is a common complication during coronary roentgenography. Aside from harm and vasovagal reaction, a variety of factors can result in a disorder in the cath lab. Severe pain and anxiety are frequently associated with nervus evoked disorder. However, various causes of disorder in the cath lab must be considered. In this case, a 76-year-old male was brought for coronary roentgenography, and the procedure was complicated by disorder from a forgotten bladder distention
Date: December 25 2021, Open Access
Using Lean Six Sigma (LSS) and Total Quality Management (TQM), how to improve ineffective communication among care providers, which leads to medication errors in hospital settings – A Review
Inadequate communication among health-care providers jeopardises patient safety in hospitals and clinics. Several studies are currently being conducted to improve effective communication in order to save many patients’ lives and to reduce medication errors that result in scout events. Though advanced techniques and fashionable machines have been introduced in health care settings, effective communication is still very important in producing patient safety and avoiding adverse outcomes of the intended treatment
Date: November 28 2021, Open Access
A Case of Incidental Pelvic Schwannoma
On one-third to one-fifth of trauma CT scans, incidental findings are discovered. They are most commonly discovered on CT scans of the abdomen/pelvis in female patients over the age of sixty. Multiple studies show that the majority of those findings are benign and do not necessitate immediate intervention. Several patients were discharged without being informed of their findings or receiving adequate follow-up care.
Date: October 28 2021, Open Access