Yo siempre innovando en técnicas revolucionarias médicas.
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Tym razem zamiast K będzie mi towarzyszył Marek Jarema 😢
Ale piątkowe popołudnie przypomina mi, że trzeba zacząć planować kolejny tydzień w bujo. Chętnie przyjmę propozycje jesiennych motywów do wykorzystania! Ktoś coś? #bezpomyśle
Hello , my name is Nikolina. I've just finished medical university in Banja Luka( Bosnia and Herzegovina) . My greatest wish is to use my positive energy and my knowledge to help people. In my free time I love to paint.
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Bisschen anatomie, bisschen zytologie und etwas histologie.. ach ja und hautpflege, mundpflege und kreislauf/ vitalzeichen 🙃🙈 hat aber erstmal alles in den kopf gepasst, hoffentlich bleibt das jetzt auch da drin 😅
1 310 minutes ago
My name is Jacob i'm a 3rd year medical student 😊 i don't really like the fact that i'll be a doctor 😣 i feel guilty because i know that i won't be a good doctor
Cuando Nuestra Madre llama hay q Obedecer! Cierto!?
Bueno lo mismo sucede cuando tú Casa de Estudios te invita a las XIII Jornada Capítulo Los Llanos y IX Jornada de Egresados del Postgrado de Medicina Interna del Hospital Israel Ranuarez Balza bajo un formato dinámico y pro activo que nos permitirá el análisis y discusión de diferentes temas de Actualización en relación a la Medicina Interna
Polemica SEPSIS/QUIZ SOFA en el Manejo de Sepsis que van desde los retos acerca del diagnóstico, métodos de monitoreo y evaluación de la microcirculacion hasta las medidas terapéuticas.
Esperamos que estas Jornadas sirvan como punto de reencuentro Nacional y nos unamos en este gran esfuerzo de llevar a cabo nuestra especialidad en tiempos de crisis
Ahora Los Invito a Uds
Asistan este 3 de Noviembre
San Juan de Los Morros
Auditórium Escuela República del Brasil
Meet Dr. Eric Khairalla! He is one of the few physicians in the nation to be board certified in both medicine and surgery. Dr. Khairalla was awarded the Castle Connolly honor, where he earned placement as one of the top surgeons in both 2013 & 2014! With over 23 years of surgical experience, Dr. Khairalla is dedicated to providing the most current and cutting edge surgical techniques for his patients. His continuous research and solid aesthetic judgment has made him one of the most prominent surgeons in the northeast! #lexingtonplasticsurgeons#lps#dcmetro#dcmetroarea#plasticsurgery#plasticsurgeon#surgery#surgeon#medlife
0 924 minutes ago
Antes/Después Mamoplastia con implantes.
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What Is a Colostomy?
A colostomy is an opening in the belly (abdominal wall) that’s made during surgery. The end of the colon (large intestine) is brought through this opening to form a stoma. Where the stoma will be on the abdomen depends on which part of the colon is used to make it. Some colostomies are large, some small; some are on the left side of the abdomen, some are on the right, others may be in the middle.
When you look at a stoma, you are actually looking at the lining (the mucosa) of the intestine, which looks a lot like the inside lining of your cheek. The stoma will look pink to red. It’s warm and moist and secretes small amounts of mucus.
The way the stoma looks depends on the type of colostomy the surgeon makes and on individual body differences. It may look quite large at first, but will shrink to its final size about 6 to 8 weeks after surgery. The shape will be round to oval. Some stomas may stick out a little, while others are flat against the skin.
Unlike the anus, the stoma has no valve or shut-off muscle. This means you won’t be able to control the passage of stool from the stoma, but sometimes bowel movements can be managed in other ways. There are no nerve endings in the stoma, so the stoma itself is not a source of pain or discomfort.
A colostomy is not a disease, but a change in the way your body works. It surgically changes normal body function to allow stool to pass after a disease or injury.
Reasons for the procedure
Colostomy surgery may be needed to treat several different diseases and conditions. These include:
Birth defect, such as a blocked or missing anal opening, called an imperforate anus
Serious infection, such as diverticulitis, inflammation of little sacs on the colon
Inflammatory bowel disease
Injury to the colon or rectum
Partial or complete intestinal or bowel blockage
Rectal or colon cancer
Wounds or fistulas in the perineum. .
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Donated 60% of his liver to his father 👉🏻 read on “The letter "L" means so many things to us. Besides being the initial of our surname, it comes accompanied by generosity, compatibility, friendship, happiness, love and, especially, LIFE. It has become my favorite letter, if we have favorite lyrics. It was the best choice of my life. The easiest decision to make for such a difficult attitude. It was difficult even to convince you that it was my decision and no one was going to change that. But his protective father instinct was speaking louder, concerned about every detail. It was the first time I "disobeyed" and it worked. The rest of the time, when I do not listen, everything goes wrong. You have the voice of reason along with the emotion. A tone in the sweet and angry timbre. But with this heart, there is not one that does not melt for Zezinho. It is an example to be followed, not only by the children, but all around them. God could not have given me a better father. Best in every way. You only have qualities, I do not see defects. It's perfect for me and for Ruan. Careful. Worried. Charismatic. Insistent. Helpful. Protector. Teacher of life. Your life story is amazing dad. Every fight he faced and won with his smile; awkward. There were so many battles that we lost count. One more day of the parents, one more text, one more statement .. and a love that is the most beautiful and pure in the world. Do not forget that I am your fan. My 60% of liver I donated, is not your Father's Day gift. Stay calm. It was for love. Father's day is simple, but it's heartfelt. Because if I could I would give you the whole universe. I love you for life. @ramongasparelli ”