Tag: surgery

Endoscopy of Large Intestine Surgery – Patient Education HD

Endoscopy of Large Intestine Surgery – Patient Education HD

Your doctor has recommended that you have a lower GI endoscopy. But what does that actually mean? A lower GI endoscopy is a diagnostic procedure used by your doctor to inspect the inside of your rectum and colon. While it’s considered a surgical procedure, endoscopy does not involve an incision.

Adopting Enhanced Recovery After Surgery ERAS

So enhanced recovery after surgery is one of the most exciting changes in surgical care that’s happened in the last hundred years of surgical care and it’s the idea that a pathway of different parts of care can be implemented to improve how surgery patients do. There are things that

Your Appendix Isn’t Useless, After All

This episode is sponsored by Squarespace. From websites and online stores to marketing tools and analytics, Squarespace is the all-in-one platform to build a beautiful online presence and run your business. [♪ INTRO] The appendix gets a bad rap. You probably never think about it unless it’s the reason you’re

Gastroparesis Patient Seminar – Parham Doctors’ Hospital

Gastroparesis Patient Seminar – Parham Doctors’ Hospital

– Hi, I’m Dr. Matt Brengman and I’m gonna talk to you a little bit about gastroparesis today. I do gastroparesis therapies in my practice, about 50% of my practice is gastroparesis and it’s an unusual therapy, I think. I do some talks nationally for this and I did one

Dumping Syndrome, Animation

Dumping Syndrome, Animation

Dumping syndrome is a very common complication following gastric and esophageal surgeries. Also known as rapid gastric emptying, dumping syndrome is a condition in which undigested food moves too quickly from the stomach to the small intestine. In other words, food gets “dumped” into the intestine before being properly digested.

Cases in Radiology: Episode 2 (abdomen, CT)

Cases in Radiology: Episode 2 (abdomen, CT)

hello again and welcome to another episode of cases in radiology. i’m Frank Gaillard the editor of Radiopaedia.org and today we’re going to be looking at at a CT of the abdomen in a seventy-year-old female who presented with epigastric pain. Her only relevant medical history was that of a

Ulcerative colitis: Fresh approaches to taming inflammation

Ulcerative colitis: Fresh approaches to taming inflammation

Ulcerative colitis is one of the most common forms of inflammatory bowel disease and is characterised by inflammation of the colon and the rectum. The walls of the colon — also known as the mucosa — become inflamed and no longer provide an effective barrier between the inner cavity and