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February 2019 Archives

What can I do to prepare myself for surgery?

You place a great deal of trust in your medical team when you go in for a surgical procedure. In most cases, surgery goes well, with few complications during or after the procedure. However, even the most skilled doctors and nurses make mistakes, and hospital errors are not uncommon in New York and elsewhere. You may reduce the chances of developing a serious complication when you are informed and prepared before and after your surgery.

What are the risks of robotic surgery?

Recently, a viral video touted the miraculous advancement of robotic surgery methods by showing the machinery performing an intricate procedure on a grape. While you may understandably be impressed by this technology, you and other New York residents might also have questions and concerns. Just how safe is robotic surgery? Have there been any accidents?

What happens if breast cancer treatment is delayed?

If a New York doctor diagnosed you or a loved one with breast cancer, it is imperative that you begin treatment right away. Failure to begin treatment as soon after diagnosis as possible may result in an increased risk that the cancer will spread, which means a reduced survival rate. If your doctor delays your treatment for reasons that are out of your control, do not take the delay lightly.

What are the causes and risks of fetal death?

According to findings published in VeryWell Family, roughly six of every 1,000 births that occur between 20- and 27-weeks is a stillbirth. Early stillbirth, which occurs when the fetus is between 20- and 27-weeks gestation, is only slightly more common than late stillbirths, or those that occur after 28 weeks. Sadly, roughly one in four stillbirths will not have an explanation. If you recently experienced a stillbirth in New York, you may have several questions, the biggest of which is ? This post will do its best to answer your questions.

Adverse event versus side effect

Many people often use the terms "adverse event" and "side effect" interchangeably but doing so can have grave consequences. In brief, an adverse event is an unintended pharmacologic effect that occurs when a New York health care provider administers a medication correctly. A side effect, on the other hand, is a secondary unwanted effect that occurs because of drug therapy. Because the brief explanation may cause more confusion than it alleviates, this post explores both adverse events and side effects more in-depth.

What is Cephalohematoma and is it dangerous?

The last thing any new parent wants to hear is that their little one sustained an injury at birth. Though doctors do not intentionally do so, they often make matters worse by using big terms that do not adequately explain a child's condition but instead, strike fear into the hearts of new parents. If your New York OB/GYN or a hospital specialist mentioned the term in conjunction with your child, you may fear for your little one's health and livelihood. Before you panic, it is important to better understand CH, its symptoms and the typical prognosis.

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