Emergency Surgical Team Dr. D. Scott Crouch, emergency and general surgeon, discusses Lincoln Surgical’s emergency surgical team. As the hospital system has expanded here in the Metro East, it’s made for more locations for us to cover as a practice. So in order to do that more effectively and offer
Today I’m getting a pelvic exam. Doctor Blake gave us permission to film the whole thing so that you know how to prepare, what to expect, and when to come back. In 2014 the American College of Physicians determined that annual, once-a-year pelvic exams we’re doing more harm than good.
– [Announcer] Is it the stomach flu or appendicitis? It may start with stomach pain, nausea, or a low grade fever. A typical stomach flu, right? Maybe not. The early signs of appendicitis are often subtle and can be very similar to a stomach bug. Would you know the difference
– Gastroenterology is a study of the digestive system or the intestinal tract and any organ that’s associated with the intestinal tract such as the pancreas, the liver, the small intestine, esophagus, stomach, colon. Some of the top issues we see are abdominal pain, rectal bleeding, patients for screening colonoscopy,
WHAT WE’RE WATCHING TONIGHT. CASES OF THE STOMACH BUG… ON THE RISE. WE’VE GOTTEN REPORTS OF áDOZENS OF KIDS. HAVING TO STAY HOME FROM SCHOOL BECAUSE OF IT. YOU MAY KNOW SOMEONE WHO JUST HAD IT — OR IS CURRENTLY BATTLING IT. YOU PROBABLY KNOW SOMEONE WHO HAD IT. OR
You, Father Noooo! Dad! No! Oh its…ugh It’s alright family It’s god’s will and we all know god is a vicious, two-faced prick that’s right now come here kids I love you two both so much I’m not gonna be there to watch you grow up but it will all
Across the whole planet, humans eat on average between one and 2.7 kilograms of food a day. That’s over 365 kilograms a year per person, and more than 28,800 kilograms over the course of a lifetime. And every last scrap makes its way through the digestive system. Comprised of ten
You know, we’ve been talking about a lot of serious stuff here lately. Heart failure. Respiratory gas exchange. People with holes in their stomachs. Nachos. Some might say I’ve even been flaunting my ability to eat, digest, and enjoy a plate of chips and melted cheese. And I wouldn’t blame