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17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Epi-Foam is a unique, self-adhering medical grade silicone-backed post-operative compression foam device.
Professor Mike Richards, who oversees national cancer strategy for the NHS, said death rates after surgery for bowel cancer were continuing to fall because of better training, new keyhole surgery procedures and improved post-operative care.
Researchers at Duke University published the findings of a randomized controlled comparison of two very different techniques to reduce post-operative nausea and vomiting in women undergoing major breast surgery.
Patients treated with ketorolac had a reduced risk of post-operative respiratory depression, a reduced risk of myocardial infarction, and a reduced risk of allergic reactions.
healthcare professionals will be able to better monitor patient respiratory rate, which has been highlighted by the medical community as the vital sign which provides the earliest indication of patient deterioration in the post-operative period yet is the least monitored.
In pilot studies, patients given a single intravenous dose experienced sustained post-operative pain relief for up to 24 hours without gastrointestinal side effects.
Global Markets Direct's, 'Post-Operative Pain - Pipeline Review, H1 2012', provides an overview of the Post-Operative Pain therapeutic pipeline.
Global Markets Direct's "Post-Operative Pain - Pipeline Review, H2 2011" provides an overview of the Post-Operative Pain therapeutic pipeline.