Orthopedic surgery

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  • Personal Narrative: A Life-Turning Experience

    Coming out of my Sophomore year in high school, all I wanted was to have a summer of relaxation by the pool. I wanted nothing to do with a summer job or sports. My decision on not getting a summer job resulted in my parents giving me chores to do around the house which included, taking out the trash, getting the mail, and about every other job a regular maid would have to do. Throughout the weeks I had been getting the mail I never noticed an envelope quite like the one I did on Tuesday. Inside…

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  • Left Shoulder Injury Case Studies

    is a 45-year-old female assembler who sustained a left shoulder injury due to repetitive overhead work. Per OMNI, she underwent a left shoulder surgery on 01/29/15. Per the Orthopedic IME report by Dr. Best dated 07/02/15, the IW require conservative PT, 1-2 cortisone injections and oral anti-inflammatory medication. Injective therapy by an orthopedic surgeon with conservative care over the next 3-4 week sis recommended. Per the addendum to the Pain Medicine IME report dated 10/20/15 by…

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  • Hip Arthroplasty Case Study

    expected rate of revision THA surgery can increase in coming years. THA revision is challenging task for the orthopedic…

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  • Essay On Wrong Site Surgery

    Wrong Site Surgery: Problems and Solutions Wrong site surgery (WSS) has been around since surgery itself but the statistics that accompany it are relatively new. Before 1999 there was no number for surgery associated injuries, deaths, and near misses because there was no process or system for recognizing and reporting the incidents (Hughes, Mulloy, 2008). Wrong site surgery can be defined in many ways with many subcategories. One definition is, “surgery performed on the wrong side or site of the…

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  • Summary Of Lionel Perales's Manhattan Orthopedic Care

    major causes for multiple knee conditions or injuries at once. Lionel Perales visited Manhattan Orthopedic Care because of an agonizing pain in his knees. During the initial appointment, Dr. Armin Tehrany thoroughly examined Lionel’s knees and diagnosed him with meniscus tears and chondromalacia of patella. Since his both knees were in a bad shape, Dr. Tehrany recommended proceeding with a knee surgery that will address all problems at once. Understanding how stressful and terrifying…

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  • Summary: My Osteopathic Experience

    As a student interested in medicine, I began to explore the various aspects of the field. I was first introduced to osteopathic medicine when I began shadowing a physician who specialized in the field of orthopedic surgery. My goal from this experience was to gain a better insight into the types of treatments osteopathic medicine provides for patients. While observing, I would often have discussions with the physician about what makes osteopathic medicine an intricate part of medical practices.…

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  • Essay On Podiatry

    is a growing number of people in need of foot care, there will also naturally be an increase in podiatrists needed. There are several different specialties within the field of podiatry, “A podiatrist can choose a specialty area like surgery, primary care, orthopedics, sports medicine, diabetic foot care, pediatrics or geriatrics” (Podiatrist). Everyone of these specialty areas covers one of the four main groups of people who need podiatrists: the overweight, diabetic, physically active, and…

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  • Torn Mcl Case Study

    In general, a knee injury creates pain and reduces range of movement. Each knee injury is different based on the person’s health, degree of damage, and various other factors. Receiving an accurate diagnosis from an orthopedic surgeon will help determine if surgery for a torn MCL is necessary. The out of pocket costs may be difficult to estimate. Each individual will have different aspects to consider that will affect the final payment. The amount of health insurance coverage is the major…

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  • 1970s Medical Advances

    other diseases have been and medical technology has come a long way. Every decade, new advancements are made, and some are better than others, but they all shape the lives of many people in many different ways. In the 1970s, two life changing surgeries took place. They both occurred in 1972 and they were the world’s first toe-to-thumb…

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  • Ethical Dilemmas In The Operating Room

    before surgery, then there was a group that took the patient to the surgery area and stayed with the patient throughout the surgery, and finally a group that the patient is passed off too following the surgery. I manly worked and shadowed the nurses and doctors that took the patient to the surgery and preformed the operation. There was a nurse who had charge of the room and over saw everything that went on in the room. He was also responsible for bring the patient into the room for surgery with…

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