Surgical procedures – Rhinoplasty Digest http://rhinoplastydigest.com/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 23:02:38 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://rhinoplastydigest.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-2021-07-08T154233.528.png Surgical procedures – Rhinoplasty Digest http://rhinoplastydigest.com/ 32 32 Winnipeg’s new urology center could dramatically reduce wait times for procedures: Health Sciences Center https://rhinoplastydigest.com/winnipegs-new-urology-center-could-dramatically-reduce-wait-times-for-procedures-health-sciences-center/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 22:31:19 +0000 https://rhinoplastydigest.com/winnipegs-new-urology-center-could-dramatically-reduce-wait-times-for-procedures-health-sciences-center/ New center focused on treating problems like bladder cancer and kidney stones will provide care to thousands of Manitobans each year when it opens and is expected to dramatically reduce wait times for some procedures, according to the center health sciences. The HSC Foundation and the Government of Manitoba announced construction plans for the Manitoba […]]]>

New center focused on treating problems like bladder cancer and kidney stones will provide care to thousands of Manitobans each year when it opens and is expected to dramatically reduce wait times for some procedures, according to the center health sciences.

The HSC Foundation and the Government of Manitoba announced construction plans for the Manitoba Urological Center, which is expected to open by the end of 2023, in a press release on Wednesday.

The urology center will provide care to up to 10,000 patients per year who need kidney stone removal, treatment for certain types of bladder cancer, and transurethral resection of the prostate ( TURP) – urologic surgery to remove parts of the prostate – among other conditions, the statement said.

Wait times for many procedures, which currently stretch for up to a year, are expected to drop to weeks or days once the center opens, according to the HSC Foundation.

Patients in rural and northern areas should also be able to receive their diagnosis and the required procedure the same day once the center is operational.

Patients in rural and remote areas often have to make multiple trips over the course of the months to get the comprehensive care they need, HSC urologist Dr Jeff Saranchuk said in the statement.

Other patients are in pain while waiting for kidney stones to be treated, he said.

“We will now have the ability to process people faster – sometimes within days – with the best technology available,” Saranchuk said in the statement.

Reduced wait times at the center are expected to lead to better patient outcomes by reducing the risk of future health complications.

Jonathon Lyon, CEO and Chairman of the HSC Foundation, says the urological center will help all Manitobans who depend on the Health Sciences Center for their care.

“When one of us is sick, no one wants to wait,” he said in a telephone interview with CBC News.

“You want to be diagnosed quickly and treated quickly so that you can ideally return home to your loved ones and continue with your life as you have lived before.”

As many procedures are expected to be moved from the operating rooms to the new center, space will be freed up elsewhere in the province’s health system for additional surgical capacity.

Lyon says the project is just a solution to the province’s current surgical backlog, which has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“It’s a step in the right direction. It won’t solve all the problems, but it helps by taking part of it,” he said.

“In addition to providing faster care, [the centre is] is also going to have the added benefit of helping to resolve the surgical waitlist issues we’ll have to come out of COVID. “

The center will be housed in the CSS Notre-Dame Pavilion – formerly known as the Women’s Pavilion – on Notre-Dame Avenue. The costs of construction and the acquisition of equipment will be financed by the HSC Foundation and its donors. The province, through Shared Health, will pay for the centre’s ongoing operating costs.

The current urology space, located in the main building of the HSC hospital, will be redeveloped for other high priority acute care needs, the HSC Foundation said.

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“It keeps coming:” KRMC workers tired of COVID | Kingman Daily Miner https://rhinoplastydigest.com/it-keeps-coming-krmc-workers-tired-of-covid-kingman-daily-miner/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 01:34:26 +0000 https://rhinoplastydigest.com/it-keeps-coming-krmc-workers-tired-of-covid-kingman-daily-miner/ KINGMAN – Every day at Kingman Regional Medical Center, healthcare workers wear personal protective equipment ready to serve their community for a variety of medical needs. However, COVID-19 continues to fill hospital rooms in Arizona’s least-vaccinated county, where healthcare workers are bracing for another year of devastation and exhaustion. As 2022 approaches understaffed with the […]]]>

KINGMAN – Every day at Kingman Regional Medical Center, healthcare workers wear personal protective equipment ready to serve their community for a variety of medical needs. However, COVID-19 continues to fill hospital rooms in Arizona’s least-vaccinated county, where healthcare workers are bracing for another year of devastation and exhaustion.

As 2022 approaches understaffed with the ever-growing omicron variant, nurses at KRMC shared that they felt like they were preparing for battle. With peaks in recent weeks, Sarah Schritter, RN, head of nursing practices at KRMC, said currently 34.48% of people positive for COVID-19 are hospitalized, or one in three positive cases. As of Tuesday, January 4, the hospital had 56 new positive cases and in the past 30 days it had 736.

As of November, 38-44% of KRMC patients are linked to COVID-19 and 75% of the 14 intensive care beds have been occupied by COVID-19 patients.

As workers take additional shifts and are accompanied by agency staff to help fill vacancies, that’s not enough, said Leslie Martin, KRMC’s assistant chief nurse.

“They’re tired, and they’re exhausted and they’re struggling, to be honest,” Martin said.

Currently, KRMC has more than 20 nursing positions and 12 intensive care unit and progressive care unit positions available, said Jim Wells, director of nursing at KRMC. Due to COVID-19 and the care every positive patient needs, the hospital is overloaded. KRMC is licensed for 235 beds, however, that doesn’t mean they can staff those 235 beds, Wells said. Health workers from other departments have been redeployed to help cope with the influx of COVID-19 patients at KRMC.

With COVID-19 patients, Wells said the nursing ratio differs. For example, a group of six COVID-19 patients currently requires two nurses compared to a normal nurse.

“Part of this staffing problem that I think people don’t understand is that… because of all the extra work and dress we have to put on that requires more nurses,” Wells said.

To ensure the safety of healthcare workers, PPE must be worn when caring for COVID-19 patients, which takes time to put on and disinfect. Schritter said every aspect of the hospital has had to adapt to COVID-19 to keep staff and patients safe. From the intensive care unit to the front desk to the kitchen, the hospital community must constantly navigate the way they provide care.

“It creates a lot of stress for the organization, trying to manage all of this while protecting all of our patients in the hospital,” Wells said.

Schritter also said COVID-19 patients arrive sicker, stay in hospital longer, and use more oxygen. KRMC hospital director Dr Will Urueta shared x-ray images of ‘COVID-19 lungs’ compared to healthy lungs.

Healthy lungs, which show black spots on an x-ray, show normal blood tissue and air. However, COVID-19’s lungs look milky or like a white veil due to a snowstorm. Infected lungs give off a milky appearance because they are not able to exchange oxygen in the normal way.

While respiratory disease is sometimes compared to the flu or the common cold, the comparison is inaccurate because the disease attacks an individual’s lungs, Urueta said. COVID-19 can also produce long-term effects that are relatively unknown and may impact heart function, taste and smell, and cognitive functions.

Adam Dawson, medical director of Innova’s emergency department, said worker shortages as well as COVID-19 at KRMC have become so severe that they are sending some COVID-19 patients home with oxygen if they reach the appropriate levels.

“What we’ve never done before, some of these patients are coming home with new oxygen requirements,” Dawson said. “So we’re actually sending oxygen tanks and equipment home with the patient.”

With nurses and doctors stretched out, emergency rooms backed up, and sick people occupying rooms longer, the hospital has less flexibility to accommodate the sick and injured. Although they don’t turn anyone away, the hospital is postponing elective surgeries to a later date due to limited resources.

Urueta said that from a human perspective, the past two years have been extremely trying for healthcare workers. Wells said a nurse who retired last week said she has seen more deaths in the past two years than in her career.

“We have seen doctors openly cry over the situation that is going on,” Urueta said. “And despite that, they continue to provide care. ”

Will McConnell, president and CEO of KRMC, said they were feeling fatigue because there had been no break with COVID-19.

“That’s where most of the fatigue comes from. It keeps coming, ”McConnell said.

Urueta said the largest number of intensive care patients and deaths are unvaccinated people. He said another challenge they face is mistrust among patients. By consulting pharmacists, new data and experiences, caregivers aim to display care and information on a daily basis.

“They question the treatments we offer; they suggest unrealistic or unproven treatments, ”Urueta said. “And we have to navigate all of this professionally, as much as we can. “

Once an unvaccinated individual arrives in the ICU, the death rate is “extremely high,” Urueta said. Prevention is the best way to avoid reaching a critical stage. According to Urueta and Schritter, treatment with monoclonal antibodies is available, but patients must qualify and show symptoms within the last 10 days. However, vaccines are the best way to prevent hospitalization and death.

“We want the community to be doing very well in Kingman and we want it to be at a healthy level and not in this unnecessary situation,” Urueta said.

Ivermectin inquiries have been received by KRMC staff, however, KRMC and many medical associations do not support ivermectin treatment for COVID-19. McConnell also mentioned that ivermectin maker Merck has said the drug should not be used to treat COVID-19.

The Mohave County Public Health Department has yet to report an omicron case, so the hospital is uncertain how the variant will perform in a predominantly unvaccinated county. KRMC nurses and doctors are calling on the community to take preventative measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 so they can access resources for other health care needs or emergencies, such as heart attack.

Health workers reiterated that regardless of whether a patient is vaccinated or not, they will receive care. As an apolitical entity, the hospital’s job is to provide care to patients, regardless of their beliefs or background.

However, it is also their job to provide information and resources that can prevent people from suffering from a preventable outcome, Urueta said. This includes accurate information and access to approved drugs and vaccines to treat and prevent COVID-19.

“We will always provide the safest care possible,” said McConnell. “We’re entering an environment where if the push continues, we don’t know what the real impact of that (will be) until we’re there.”


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Bariatric Surgery Market Overview, Demand, Share, Research, Industry Revenue and Outlook 2028 https://rhinoplastydigest.com/bariatric-surgery-market-overview-demand-share-research-industry-revenue-and-outlook-2028/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 13:46:00 +0000 https://rhinoplastydigest.com/bariatric-surgery-market-overview-demand-share-research-industry-revenue-and-outlook-2028/ Emerging research logo Bariatric Surgery Market Size – $ 2.41 Billion in 2020, Market Growth – at a CAGR of 9.0%, Market Trends – Advances in Minimally Invasive Surgeries VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, Jan. 7, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – The global bariatric surgery market size is expected to reach USD 4.81 billion at a stable CAGR of […]]]>

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Bariatric Surgery Market Size – $ 2.41 Billion in 2020, Market Growth – at a CAGR of 9.0%, Market Trends – Advances in Minimally Invasive Surgeries

VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA, Jan. 7, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – The global bariatric surgery market size is expected to reach USD 4.81 billion at a stable CAGR of 9.0% in 2028, according to the latest analysis by Emergen Research. Rising number of patients requiring surgery and increasing demand for minimally invasive surgical procedures are key factors fueling the revenue growth of the global Bariatric Surgery market. The increasing prevalence of type 2 diabetes and heart disease is also driving the market revenue growth.

This report on the Global Bariatric Surgery Market provides the reader with all the essential tools to decipher their position in the industry on the basis of growing revenue or sales. It provides a comprehensive assessment of the global Bariatric Surgery market from various angles to provide detailed, informative, and accurate analysis of regional growth, competition, and market segmentation, among other factors. Moreover, it also gives an accurate account of the significant breakthroughs and developments influencing the global Bariatric Surgery market. It also focuses on the global and regional expansion of the Bariatric Surgery Market industry to give the overall analysis.

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The main market players are: Medtronic PLC, Allergan Inc., B. Braun Melsungen AG, Johnson and Johnson, Olympus, Apollo Endosurgery, Inc., Conmed Corporation, Intuitive Surgical, Inc., Mediflex Surgical Procedures and GI Dynamics Inc.

Furthermore, the study on the Bariatric Surgery market for the forecast period 2017 – 2027 quantifies the share occupied by the major players in the industry and enlightens the business owners of the rapidly growing investment pockets and the market. competitive landscape. Further, the industry is categorized into various segments with detailed assessment of each aspect such as gross margin, profit, import and export status and others. All vital statistics are presented using graphs, tables and graphic images, which can be easily integrated into any business presentation.

Highlights of the report

The assistive devices segment is expected to register a steady increase in revenue growth during the forecast period as these devices are widely used in minimally invasive surgeries that require immediate closure of small incisions.

Gastric bypass surgery helps with weight loss by changing the way the stomach and small intestine handle food. After the surgery, the stomach will be smaller and the patient will feel full with less food consumption. This procedure is performed on patients who are severely obese and unable to achieve the desired weight loss through diet.

Non-invasive or minimally invasive surgeries allow weight loss surgery to be performed without the need to make a large open incision. There are different types of minimally invasive surgeries such as single site weight loss surgery, laparoscopic weight loss surgery, robotic weight loss surgery, and endoscopic techniques.

North America accounted for the largest share of income in 2020 due to rising obesity rates in countries in the region. Increased funding and government-supported research activities also supported revenue growth in the North American market.

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Emergen Research has segmented the global bariatric surgery market on the basis of device, surgery, procedure, end use, and region:

Device Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2018-2028)
Implantable devices
Electrical stimulation devices
Gastric rings
Gastric emptying systems
Gastric balloon systems
Assistive devices
Closing device
Suture device
Trocars
Stapling device
Others

Surgery Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2018-2028)
Invasive surgery
Non-invasive surgery

Prospects for proceedings (revenue, billion USD; 2018-2028)
Gastric sleeve surgery
Adjustable gastric band
Gastric bypass
Biliopancreatic bypass with duodenal switch

End-Use Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2018-2028)
Hospital
Bariatric surgery clinics
Ambulatory surgery centers

Regional outlook: (Revenue, billion USD; 2018-2028)
North America (United States) (Canada) (Mexico)
Europe (Germany) (United Kingdom) (France) (BENELUX) (Rest of Europe)
Asia-Pacific (China) (Japan) (South Korea) (Rest of APAC)
Latin America (Brazil) (rest of LATAM)

Research methodology

Data triangulation and market allocation
Research hypotheses Research data, including primary and secondary data
Primary data includes distribution of primaries and key industry information
Secondary data includes key data from secondary sources

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Here are the questions we answer …

What are the future in-store opportunities for the vendors operating in the Bariatric Surgery market?
What does the competitive landscape look like?
Which emerging technologies are believed to impact the Bariatric Surgery market performance?
What are the main trends and dynamics?
What regulations will impact the industry?
Which segment will offer the most growth opportunities between 2017 and 2018?
Where will most of the development take place in the long run?
Who are the most important suppliers and what market share do they occupy?
What are the latest technologies or discoveries influencing the weight loss surgery market growth worldwide?

Objectives of the report

To examine the size of the global Bariatric Surgery market on the basis of value and volume parameters.
Accurately calculate market shares, consumption, and other essential aspects of different segments of the global Bariatric Surgery Market.
Explore the underlying dynamics of the global weight loss surgery market.
Highlight the significant trends of the Global Bariatric Surgery Market on the basis of factors such as production, revenue, and sales.
Introduce in detail the major players of the Global Bariatric Surgery Market and show how they compete in the industry.
Study the manufacturing processes and costs, product prices and the various trends associated with them.
Analyze the performance of different regions and countries in the global Bariatric Surgery Market.
Forecast the market size and share of all segments and regions of the global landscape.

The report segments the Weight Loss Surgery market on the basis of geography, end user, end use, product application, type, share, growth rate and size for reveal where the industry will be in the years to come. Researchers assessing the industry have included details of recent decisions and events such as acquisitions and mergers, collaborations, product launches and investments. Important decisions related to such events are useful for business owners when positioning their brands in the global market and finalizing marketing strategies.

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what do we mean by MIS (or MICS) https://rhinoplastydigest.com/what-do-we-mean-by-mis-or-mics/ Mon, 03 Jan 2022 09:45:18 +0000 https://rhinoplastydigest.com/what-do-we-mean-by-mis-or-mics/ Most patients who are candidates for this type of surgery can now count on safe and efficient operations; however, an evaluation of the preoperative profile is essential to better plan the intervention and assess its technical feasibility. DEFIBRILLATORS, VISIT THE EMD112 BOOTH AT EMERGENCY EXPO What are the main approaches to minimally invasive heart surgery? […]]]>

Most patients who are candidates for this type of surgery can now count on safe and efficient operations; however, an evaluation of the preoperative profile is essential to better plan the intervention and assess its technical feasibility.

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What are the main approaches to minimally invasive heart surgery?

Depending on the type of intervention, the intervention can be performed by a straight mini-thoracotomy of about 5 cm, for access to the mitral and / or tricuspid valve, and any pathology relating to the atrial cavities (interatrial defects, foramen permeable oval, etc.) or a left mini-thoracotomy for pathology of the left ventricle (coronary artery disease, implantation of stimulation electrodes, etc.).

Pathologies affecting the aortic valve and / or the ascending aorta can be addressed by a mini-sternotomy, which limits the opening of the sternum to about half of its length, preserving the stability of the unaffected part, or by a mini – Right anterior thoracotomy.

In all cases of minimally invasive surgery, it may be appropriate to isolate the femoral vessels through a small inguinal incision of approximately 3 cm to establish cardiopulmonary bypass.

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What are the benefits of minimally invasive heart surgery?

In general, the minimally invasive approach guarantees the same quality and the same safety as a traditional approach, while reducing surgical trauma, pain and possible complications related to the operation, with particular attention to recovery. faster functioning and a better aesthetic result.

The practice of these approaches, which has lasted for more than twenty years in our Center, allows us to guarantee optimal long-term results, comparable to those of traditional surgery.

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Is the minimally invasive approach painful or dangerous?

In general, surgery can be associated with various complications such as bleeding, infection, neurological damage, heart failure, and perioperative infarction.

Other less serious complications include inflammation and pleural effusion, atrial fibrillation, pain, lack of appetite, and fever.

Normally, the risk of death associated with this procedure is less than 3%, but a risk assessment is required for each patient, taking into account age, general condition and associated illnesses.

However, in selected patients, the minimally invasive approach has been shown to reduce the incidence of certain complications, leading to a more rapid return to normal functional activity.

Also read:

Surviving OHCA – The American Heart Association: Unarmed CPR Increases Survival Rate

Cardiac arrest outside hospital (OHCA): “Targeted hypothermia does not reduce the number of deaths in patients in a coma”

Cardiac arrest, the EENA document for voluntary rescuers and citizens

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US experts wonder if counting Covid cases is still the right approach | US News https://rhinoplastydigest.com/us-experts-wonder-if-counting-covid-cases-is-still-the-right-approach-us-news/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 16:30:00 +0000 https://rhinoplastydigest.com/us-experts-wonder-if-counting-covid-cases-is-still-the-right-approach-us-news/ Some US infectious disease experts and public health officials are questioning whether to continue to use the number of coronavirus cases as a measure to determine which mitigation efforts are appropriate, as data suggests the Omicron is less severe but much more contagious than the previous variants. These experts argue that the United States has […]]]>

Some US infectious disease experts and public health officials are questioning whether to continue to use the number of coronavirus cases as a measure to determine which mitigation efforts are appropriate, as data suggests the Omicron is less severe but much more contagious than the previous variants.

These experts argue that the United States has reached a stage in the pandemic where reports of dramatic increases in the number of cases raise unnecessary concern and that government officials and the public should instead examine death and hospitalization data when ‘they are considering precautions.

The number of cases “causes a lot of panic and fear, but they do not reflect what they were doing, which is that hospitalizations would follow cases,” said Dr Monica Gandhi, infectious disease specialist and professor of medicine at the University of California. , San Francisco.

However, other infectious disease experts say that while encouraged by data from South Africa showing that its recent Omicron wave has not been accompanied by a significant increase in deaths, the virus continues to weigh on hospitals in the United States, so the number of Covid cases remains a vital measure.

The United States had more than 580,000 new cases of Covid on Thursday, the second time this week that the country has broken its record for daily Covid cases, according to data from the New York Times. But in the past two weeks, as the number of Covid cases in the United States has increased by 181%, the number of hospitalizations has increased by 19% and the number of deaths has fallen by 5%.

“It appears to be less virulent for two reasons,” Gandhi said. “First, we seem to have so much more immunity in December 2021” than in previous waves, and “there are now five lab studies that show it doesn’t appear to infect the lungs very well.”

In reporting data on Covid, health services should now take the same approach as for influenza, Gandhi said. This means publishing the data on hospitalizations and deaths, but not the numbers regarding the number of cases because, like with the flu, it is not possible to eliminate the virus, so we should only focus on its severity. , she said.

“Once you accept that the virus is endemic, just like the flu, then you never follow cases because we never screen like that for other viruses, we follow what is causing the disease and hospitalize people. “Gandhi said.

Other countries are now implementing an approach that is not focused on the number of cases. For example, in Canada, which also saw a record number of Covid cases recently, Dr Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health, said at a press conference on Thursday that the government agency would no longer focus on the daily count of cases.

“We no longer need to identify and have public health manage every case of variant because for most people this will result in relatively mild illness, so we need to focus our efforts and resources on our most vulnerable groups. vulnerable, ”Strang said. “Omicron is all around us and we have to recognize that you could be exposed anywhere… It’s about managing and slowing the spread, not eliminating it.”

The Philippine government also announced this week that it would stop posting case updates on social media, which was similar to an approach used by Singapore, according to Hawaii Public Radio.

But in the United States, there are areas of the country where hospitals remain overwhelmed, in large part due to unvaccinated patients with Covid. In Maryland, for example, which has seen a more than 500% increase in Covid cases and a 50% increase in hospitalizations, at least six hospitals have implemented crisis-mode care standards, according to the Baltimore Sun .

At Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, which saw a 360% increase in the number of patients hospitalized with Covid in December, that means rescheduling elective surgeries and opening up additional space to treat Covid patients.

Justin Lessler, professor of epidemiology at the University of North Carolina, still sees the number of cases as a “strong leading indicator,” he said. “With Omicron, the surges are so great, even if they are on average … much less severe than the previous variants, the number of cases is such that the hospital systems will be overwhelmed and there are risks for individuals because it is so likely that you are infected. “

Mara Aspinall, professor of biomedical diagnostics at Arizona State University, also said data on the number of cases remains important because it is preventing the public from overreacting or overreacting to the pandemic.

“The challenge we’ve had all this time is finding that balance between keeping our physical health under control, but our mental health and the economy moving forward, and all of this with the best information” that we are able to. to do, Aspinall said.

For Gandhi, this balance lies in the fact that the health services track the number of cases internally and only alert the public about hospitalizations and deaths.

“The reason we have been following the cases is that we were hoping to be able to eliminate the virus, but it is not in the nature of the virus to eliminate it,” Gandhi said. “The country has not completely gotten to the idea that we cannot eliminate it.”


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Indian Surgical Mask Market Could See Big Move By 2027 Covid-19 Analysis | CAGR 10.3% https://rhinoplastydigest.com/indian-surgical-mask-market-could-see-big-move-by-2027-covid-19-analysis-cagr-10-3/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 01:28:00 +0000 https://rhinoplastydigest.com/indian-surgical-mask-market-could-see-big-move-by-2027-covid-19-analysis-cagr-10-3/ India Surgical Mask Market The country has seen a remarkable increase in mask use since the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) outbreak in 2020. NE WIN SIVERS DRIVE, PROVINCE: – PORTLAND, USA, December 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – According to a new report released by Allied Market Research titled “India Surgical Mask Market by […]]]>

India Surgical Mask Market

The country has seen a remarkable increase in mask use since the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) outbreak in 2020.

NE WIN SIVERS DRIVE, PROVINCE: – PORTLAND, USA, December 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – According to a new report released by Allied Market Research titled “India Surgical Mask Market by Product, Distribution Channel and Channel Sales : Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2020-2027 “, surgical masks are widely used to provide appropriate protection against pathogens in operative and procedural settings, due to their ability to create barriers either from the structure of the non-woven fabric itself, or from an additional active coating for personal protective clothing. These masks are sterile, antibacterial, water repellent and liquid absorbent. They are commonly used in surgical procedures, serving as a barrier to microbes and preventing cross-contamination. Indian surgical masks were valued at $ 71.73 million in 2019 and will need it will reach $ 157.13 million by 2027 at a CAGR of 10.3% over the forecast period.

Different types of surgical masks are available in Indian surgical mask market depending on their usage. According to the Journal of Academia and Industrial Research (JAIR), surgical masks are made of 20 gram per square meter (g / m²) polypropylene made using spunbond technology and nonwoven polypropylene sheets from 25 g / m² manufactured using meltblown technology.

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1) The impact of COVID-19 on the Indian surgical mask market is unpredictable and is expected to remain in effect until Q4 2021.

2) The COVID-19 outbreak has forced governments around the world to implement strict containment measures and ban the import and export of non-essential items for most of 2021. This resulted in a sudden drop in the availability of important raw materials.

3) Additionally, nationwide shutdowns have forced manufacturing facilities to partially or completely shut down operations.

4) The negative impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have resulted in delays in activities and initiatives regarding the development of reliable and innovative drone analysis systems on a global scale.

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Surgical masks can be classified into the following categories, depending on the number of layers used:

1 ply: a ply refers to a surgical mask composed only of a single layer of polypropylene fabric

2 ply: this mask consists of two layers of spun polypropylene fabric with an outer hydrophobic layer and an inner hydrophilic layer

3-ply: This mask consists of three layers of meltblown polypropylene non-woven fabric, including a hydrophilic inner layer to absorb fluids released by the wearer, an integrated meltblown filter middle layer and a hydrophobic outer layer, which repels water

4-ply: This surgical mask is made of four layers of melt-blown polypropylene non-woven fabric similar to 3-ply surgical masks with an additional layer of activated carbon fabric

Factors such as developments in nonwoven production technology and increasing attention to prevention of nosocomial infections (HAIs) are driving the growth of the surgical mask market in India. Moreover, a notable increase in the number of surgeries in recent years has greatly contributed to the growth of the Indian surgical mask market.

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Surgical management of heart failure https://rhinoplastydigest.com/surgical-management-of-heart-failure/ Wed, 29 Dec 2021 09:05:00 +0000 https://rhinoplastydigest.com/surgical-management-of-heart-failure/ Heart failure is considered to be one of the leading causes of death around the world. In India, the death rate is up to 20%. Over the years, etiologic risk factors, diagnostic criteria, and classifications have been revised to create a management guide needed to alleviate the global health burden caused by heart failure. Pharmacological […]]]>

Heart failure is considered to be one of the leading causes of death around the world. In India, the death rate is up to 20%. Over the years, etiologic risk factors, diagnostic criteria, and classifications have been revised to create a management guide needed to alleviate the global health burden caused by heart failure. Pharmacological treatments have progressed over time but are insufficient to reduce mortality. This leads many patients to develop advanced heart failure which might require surgery.

To tackle the cause, The Times of India, in partnership with Novartis, launched ‘Beat Heart Failure’, in which India’s top physicians shared their knowledgeable perspectives to help understand the problem. disease, its management and treatment.

Recently a discussion was held with cardiothoracic surgeons from hospitals in Manipal regarding heart failure and surgical management –

– Dr Mohammad Rehan Sayeed -Consultant, Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgeon, Manipal Hospitals, Yeshwanthpur

– Dr Joseph Xavier – Senior Consultant – HOD & Head of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery, Manipal Hospitals, Sarjapur

– Dr Devananda NS – President, Cardiothoracic Vascular Surgery, Manipal Hospitals, Bangalore

The discussion started with Dr Devananda. While explaining the difference between heart failure and heart attack, he mentioned that the term “heart failure” is often confused with heart attack. Heart failure is a term used when the heart is unable to pump blood as well as it should because of the progressive weakening of its muscles. On the contrary, a heart attack is the sudden shutdown of the blood supply to the heart. There can be several reasons for heart failure, such as high blood pressure and diabetes. Symptoms of heart failure can take hours to days (called acute heart failure) or months to years (called chronic heart failure) to develop.

Dr Joseph added to the discussion and said that since acute heart failure and chronic failure have different medical management, we have to see why the heart fails. Depending on the cause, we direct treatment. Many of them just recover with acute management, so we might not really need surgery right away, but when medical management doesn’t work, we have to support them with it. cardiac support devices as additional body support to see the answer. If he’s still not recovering, the next step is permanent surgery, either a heart transplant or a device.

Arriving early, getting treated early, and getting the right treatment early is always beneficial and valuable to the patient, said Dr Sayyed. With India being the diabetes capital of the world, there is a very important cause of cardiomyopathy or damage to the heart muscle. Arrive early, it gives doctors the chance to fix the problem. But arriving late with a lot of complications adds up to providing a lot of support, prolonged hospitalization and all of this increases the chances of morbidity and the risk of death.

When the heart of a patient with heart failure is beyond repair and treatment focused on the cause is not possible, it is usually referred by a cardiologist to a cardiothoracic surgeon. Surgical procedures are available depending on the extent of the damage to the heart and the treatment given accordingly. Between transplant and medical care, doctors favor extended medical care. Patients are given cardiac resynchronization therapy if the heart’s contraction is not synchronized, which can be studied using echocardiography (ECG), and they meet specific criteria, Dr. Devananda.

When a patient sees a surgeon, the cause of the heart damage becomes irrelevant. It is the extent of the damage that is worrying. The heart has four chambers, and the two lower chambers are called ventricles. If a ventricle is damaged, management may be a ventricular assist device (VAD) or a transplant. In the event of biventricular insufficiency (failure of both ventricles), it will be a transplant, explained Dr. Joseph Xavier.

If a patient who comes with a massive heart attack and struggles, they can be put on temporary devices. There are temporary assistive devices called ECMO devices. They act as a surrogate heart. The devices consist of a pump that pushes blood and gives the heart time to recover. In addition to the devices, the cause of heart damage is also treated.

All patients who have assistive devices are eligible for a heart transplant. A heart transplant replaces the damaged heart with a healthy heart. The quality of life with the transplant is significantly higher than the quality of life with a VAD in place. And it is also an extremely profitable operation, said Dr Sayeed. There is a substantial increase in heart transplants across the country due to greater awareness among the people. In the past two years, more than 200 transplants have taken place in India every year. A heart transplant is more effective and the patient is cured of the heart failure. They can resume their normal life if they take immunosuppressants. The only downside to a heart transplant is the global organ shortage.

Dr Sayeed explained that surgeries have advanced considerably and that minimally invasive surgeries, surgeries without bone cutting are being performed successfully. If patients see their doctor early, they have a choice of a total endoscopic procedure or a robotic procedure. These procedures are safe, carry extremely low risk, and have much better long-term results than most precarious procedures.

Remember, heart failure isn’t about stopping. It’s about starting life in a new way. Heart failure can be managed with regular treatment and appropriate lifestyle changes. To learn more about managing heart failure, visit https://www.toibeatheartfailure.com/blog

Disclaimer: “The views and opinions expressed in the article by the panelists / experts are based on their independent professional judgment and are disseminated in the public interest. These views should not be viewed as a substitute for professional advice from a licensed physician. The purpose of this article is not to promote any medical procedures or drugs and / or to recommend a certain doctor. For any specific health concerns, please consult your licensed physician. BCCL, its Affiliates and its group publications assume no responsibility for the accuracy or the consequences of respecting their expert opinions.

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Manhattan Nonsurgical Microneedling PRP Facials Best Laser Spa Treatment Stretches https://rhinoplastydigest.com/manhattan-nonsurgical-microneedling-prp-facials-best-laser-spa-treatment-stretches/ Mon, 27 Dec 2021 13:29:41 +0000 https://rhinoplastydigest.com/manhattan-nonsurgical-microneedling-prp-facials-best-laser-spa-treatment-stretches/ Manhattan Laser Spa, contacted at (646) 576-7501, has expanded its service and now offers PRP facials, which are widely regarded as one of the best skin treatments on the market. New York, United States – December 27, 2021 – Manhattan Laser Spa’s updated Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) facials are an effective regenerating treatment for skin […]]]>

Manhattan Laser Spa, contacted at (646) 576-7501, has expanded its service and now offers PRP facials, which are widely regarded as one of the best skin treatments on the market.

Manhattan Laser Spa’s updated Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) facials are an effective regenerating treatment for skin that is beginning to show signs of aging. The treatment improves the tone, color and texture of the skin and is less invasive than comparable surgeries.

More information can be found at: https://manhattanlaserspa.com/prp-facial-vampire-facelift

The treatment uses growth factors found in a small sample of the patient’s blood used by the body to restore injured tissue. According to the Archives of Dermatological Research, PRP is safe and beneficial for aging skin without the risks associated with surgery. The most popular uses of PRP include improving skin texture, adding volume, reducing wrinkles, and removing scars and stretch marks.

PRP facials use platelets and plasma which are components of blood. These are extracted and separated from the blood samples using a centrifuge. When applied to the skin, platelets and plasma stimulate stem cells in the skin to produce collagen and new fatty tissue, causing them to regenerate new, younger-looking skin. The results are a visibly younger face within three weeks of treatment, with results lasting up to eight months.

Besides the obvious benefit of avoiding unnecessary surgery, PRP facials require minimal recovery time, cause negligible swelling or bruising, and cannot cause an allergic reaction. A topical numbing cream is applied to help reduce any discomfort.

NYC PRP Clinic is now offering the procedure at a reduced rate for new clients. Other cosmetic services offered by Manhattan Laser Spa include laser hair removal, chemical peels, non-surgical fat removal by Coolsculpting, laser skin tightening and wrinkle removal, in addition to many more.

Manhattan Laser Spa has clinics in Brooklyn, the Lower East Side, and Midtown. All of their staff are trained and certified to deliver non-surgical skin treatments using FDA approved lasers.

A staff member said, “The salon is focused on results-driven technology that will bring dramatically healthier, younger-looking skin, permanent hair reduction and age spot removal.” ‘

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Using the golden ratio and facial mapping technology to assess beauty https://rhinoplastydigest.com/using-the-golden-ratio-and-facial-mapping-technology-to-assess-beauty/ Sat, 25 Dec 2021 19:24:35 +0000 https://rhinoplastydigest.com/using-the-golden-ratio-and-facial-mapping-technology-to-assess-beauty/ Scarlett Johansson arrives at the “Sing 2” premiere on Sunday, December 12, 2021 at Greek … [+] Theater in Los Angeles. (Photo by Richard Shotwell / Invision / AP) Richard Shotwell / Invision / AP In 2020, the global cosmetic surgery market was valued at $ 49.14 billion; the market is expected to reach $ […]]]>

In 2020, the global cosmetic surgery market was valued at $ 49.14 billion; the market is expected to reach $ 64.99 billion by 2028

According to a 2020 survey by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, 49% of those who did not have plastic surgery indicated that they are now open to cosmetic or reconstructive treatment in the future.

Dr Julian De Silva, managing director of the Center for Advanced Facial Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery in London, said the increased acceptance of plastic surgery could be attributed to the Zoom boom – the increase in time spent on video calls during Covid-19 video calls, which has led consumers to over-analyze their appearances.

“For hundreds of years, philosophers have debated the definition of beauty, we all recognize it, but how can it be measured? De Silva said.

De Silva thinks the answer lies in the golden ratio. A German mathematician coined the term golden ratio in the 1800s, but its origins date back to the ancient Greeks. The golden ratio is the mathematical ratio of 1.618 and is considered to be the formula that makes things the most aesthetically pleasing.

“For example, Scarlett Johansson’s eyes got a score of 95%, the distance between the eyes divided by the length of her eye proportionally to 1.618,” De Silva said.

De Silva applied the golden ratio to 12 specific measurements on a person’s face using facial mapping software, enabling objective measurement of beauty by correlating facial measurements to the golden ratio. .

Despite the increase in cosmetic surgery, De Silva says there has also been an increase in less invasive procedures such as the use of 3D endoscopic cameras to look at hidden scars, the use of lasers to tighten the skin during of surgical ablation and regenerative medicine such as platelet rich plasma, fat-stem cell transfer to improve recovery and outcomes.

“Surgical techniques combined with increased scientific knowledge regarding aging, volume loss, sun damage and telomere (DNA) shortening have resulted in more natural techniques,” said De Silva. “There have been innovations in less invasive procedures with faster recovery and healing, such as chin implants to improve chin position. This procedure previously involved sawing the bone and shifting the position of the bone; now a silicone chin implant can be customized according to the needs of an individual. of the jaw and positioned on the surface of the bone, avoiding major surgery. “

De Silva believes technology, alongside new investors, will play a bigger role in the industry over the next three years as techniques continue to evolve. “Investments from pharmaceutical companies will continue to shape the industry, such as more durable hyaluronic acid fillers extending shelf life from four to six months to 12 to 18 months; future iterations are expected to last for years. “

In October 2021, University of Connecticut affiliate startup InPrint Bio created a BioStylus pen for breast reconstruction after mastectomy. The BioStylus pen allows the plastic surgeon to print a “bio ink” which will reconstruct the shape of a resected muscle. Bio-ink is a natural derivative that will adhere to muscle and facilitate muscle regeneration and recovery. “


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The size of the dental services market in the United States is expected to be worth approximately US $ 196.18 https://rhinoplastydigest.com/the-size-of-the-dental-services-market-in-the-united-states-is-expected-to-be-worth-approximately-us-196-18/ Thu, 23 Dec 2021 18:39:52 +0000 https://rhinoplastydigest.com/the-size-of-the-dental-services-market-in-the-united-states-is-expected-to-be-worth-approximately-us-196-18/ Ottawa, December 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – According to Precedence Research, the U.S. dental services market is experiencing strong growth due to growing awareness of oral health. Impact of COVID-19 The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant influence on the healthcare system, in particular the dental sector. Many dental offices have closed, except for emergencies […]]]>

Ottawa, December 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – According to Precedence Research, the U.S. dental services market is experiencing strong growth due to growing awareness of oral health.

Impact of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant influence on the healthcare system, in particular the dental sector. Many dental offices have closed, except for emergencies in March and April, when the epidemic first spread to the United States. The changes were evident even after they reopened. According to an American Dental Association survey of dentists conducted the week of August 10, 98.9% were open, but only 47.6% said “normal business”, while 51.3% were open but had “A lower than normal patient volume”.

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Compared to the same months of the previous year, dental services were used 75% less in March 2020 and 79% less in April 2020, demonstrating the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many states have passed COVID-19-related limitations on elective dental operations during these months. Dental consumption decreased by 27% in May 2020, when many jurisdictions rescinded these bans, compared to May 2019. In June 2020, compared to June 2019, usage increased by 1%.

In March and April 2020, all states saw a decline in dental use compared to the same months in 2019. The Northeast and Midwest recorded the five largest declines. In March, the West experienced the smallest declines, followed by the West and the South in April. Vermont (82.5%), Iowa (81.2%), Wisconsin (81%), Minnesota (80.7%) and Maine (80.7%) recorded the five most significant in March (80%). Idaho (64%), Utah (65.1%), Montana (66.1%), Wyoming (66.4%) and Arizona (64%) recorded the smallest declines (67.7%).

Many states saw an increase in dental consumption in June 2020 compared to the previous June, while others saw a decrease. Massachusetts (23.9%), South Dakota (19%), Vermont (18.9%), Wisconsin (17.9%) and Maine (17.9%) recorded the most significant in the Northeast and Midwest (13.5%). Alaska (28.3%), Utah (26.6%), Hawaii (25.3%), Kentucky (22.7%) and Montana (22.7%) had the strongest increases (20.7%).

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Some dental operations fell in the ranking of common procedures from March and April 2019 to March and April 2020, while others rose. A comprehensive oral assessment for a new or established patient, for example, has gone from eighth or ninth to tenth or twelfth place among the most common dental operations. A limited, problem-oriented oral exam, which can be used as an emergency exam, dropped from 11th place in March and April 2019 to fifth place in March and fourth place in April 2020. As a result, a percentage of patients higher than usual. visited the dentist for specific urgent or emerging difficulties rather than for regular or routine cleanings and appointments.

The amount of a rebound in dental procedures in June 2020 compared to June 2019 has varied. All age groups improved above their June 2019 levels for a limited, problem-based oral assessment. No age group returned to the previous year’s level of use for a further oral assessment for a new or established patient.

During the pandemic, the 10 most common dental diagnoses seen in emergency care facilities and emergency rooms in the United States did not change significantly, but there were some changes. In particular, from January to April 2020, dental caries (tooth decay or cavities) dropped from fifth to fourth position among dental diagnoses seen in emergency care centers and emergency rooms.

U.S. Dental services market share, by service, 2020 (%)

Service segment 2020 (%)
Cosmetic dentistry 10.4 %
Endodontic procedures 29.7 %
Periodontal dentistry 11.9 %
Orthodontic and periodontal services 14.7 %
Diagnostic and preventive services 18.5 %
Oral and maxillofacial surgery 14.8 %

Growth in hospital spending reverses as hospital prices accelerate

In recent years, hospital expenditure has increased in line with general trends in health expenditure. For example, between 2016 and 2019, hospital spending grew at a rate of 4.8% per year, slightly higher than the overall NHE growth rate of 4.6%. However, in 2019 those rates diverged, with hospital spending increasing 6.2% year on year, due to increased usage and intensity as well as higher pricing. In recent years, commercial costs, for example, have moved away from Medicare.

In March and April 2020, hospital spending fell 35.8%, due to cuts in non-essential services like elective procedures. The financial impact has been enormous as these treatments are among the most cost effective in hospitals. Reduced admissions for acute medical conditions, such as heart attacks and strokes, have also been observed, most likely due to changes in patient behavior. This is unlikely to be due to congestion, as significant reductions in non-COVID-19 admissions have been seen even in hospitals with few COVID-19 patients.

Although admissions were still around 5% below normal in early November and emergency department volumes were significantly below baseline, hospital spending began to rise in May when discretionary care resumed. Given the mounting evidence that patient behavior has changed and that alternatives to admissions (such as home care with remote monitoring) may be acceptable for some patients, a new lower baseline for hospitalizations could emerge in the future.

After 2016, the increase in hospital prices exceeded the total growth in health care prices, but the difference has widened since the start of the epidemic. Over the past six months, the average year-over-year hospital price increase has been 3.4%; if this trend continues, the annual price growth for 2020 will be 3.1%, compared to 2.0% in 2019. Consolidation has been a major driver of hospital price growth in recent years, and Financial instability caused by COVID-19 could accelerate the pace of mergers.

Hospitals may also be under more pressure to increase prices to compensate for the drop in volume. There are, however, major opposing influences. Over the past decade, increased price transparency has sparked calls for a public option at state and federal levels, along with government action demanding more price disclosure, attempts at federal legislation to combat surprise billing and a stronger employers’ movement.

type of service

In 2020, the endodontic procedures segment accounted for the largest share of the dental services market in the United States. There have been tremendous advancements in endodontic treatment technology, materials, and processes over the past two decades. Microscopy, Ni-Ti rotary files, ultrasound, increased irrigation solutions and technologies, digital radiography, three-dimensional CBCT imaging, bioceramics and other technologies are among them. On teeth with sophisticated anatomy and morphology, these alterations have generated a difference in the quality of care provided by a specialist compared to an ordinary dentist. The deteriorating dental health of Americans is expected to drive growth in this segment.

U.S. Dental Services Market, by Service Type, 2016-2020 (USD Billion)

Service segment 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
Cosmetic dentistry 9.68 10.54 11.46 12.44 10.76
Endodontic procedures 31.55 33.27 35.01 36.76 30.77
Periodontal dentistry 12.14 12.92 13.72 14.55 12.30
Orthodontic and periodontal services 15.17 16.11 06.17 18.05 15.22
Diagnostic and preventive services 16.22 17.95 19.82 21.83 19.15
Diagnostic and preventive services 13.88 15.08 16.35 17.70 15.27
Total 5.35 5.80 6.27 6.76 5.82

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Application Type

The preventive dental services segment accounted for the largest share of the dental services industry in the United States. The demand for preventative dental services such as teeth cleaning and fluoride treatments was drastically high due to consumer awareness. However, COVID-19 has resulted in the closure of dental offices and a reduction in their opening hours, excluding emergencies and urgent treatment, limiting routine and preventive care. Nonetheless, the pandemic presents an opportunity for the dental profession to shift from surgical procedures to non-aerosolized and prevention-oriented methods of care. If regulatory barriers to accessing oral health care were removed during the pandemic, it could have a positive impact in the future.

Competitive landscape

Heartland Dental, Aspen Dental, Pacific Dental Services and Smile Brands are the major players in the US dental services market as of 2020. These companies have focused on expansions and partnerships in recent years.

The major players operating in the US dental services market are Smile Brands Inc., Aspen Dental, InterDent (Gentle Dental), Coast Dental, Pacific Dental Services, Heartland Dental, Affordable Care, Great Expressions Dental Centers, Western Dental, Dental Care Alliance .

Market segmentation

By Services

  • Cosmetic dentistry
  • Endodontic procedures
  • Periodontal dentistry
  • Orthodontic and periodontal services
  • Diagnostic and preventive services
  • Oral and maxillofacial surgery

By application

  • Preventive
  • Fix
  • Therapeutic

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