Tag: "bladder" at medical news
EPA Choosing Lab Science Over Epidemiology To Establish Drinking Water
... seat? Will studiessuggesting that as many as 9300 bladder
cancers per year may be caused byexposure to chlorinated surface water be seen as second-class science?" EPA also"conveniently ignored" a new paper by Melnick et al. from the National Instituteof Environmental Health Sciences showing that cell prolif...
University Of Texas Southwestern One-Of-A-Kind Video-Laparoscopic Lab May Change The Way Surgery Is Taught
...l. It's a much-needed skill that translatesto gall bladder
and other surgeries, they said. "If video eye-hand skills can be learned in a training model over a briefperiod of time, and acquisition of basic skills correlate with improvedsurgeon performance in the operating room, other medical schools will star...
BioNumerik Reports The Supercomputer Supported Discovery Of New, Non-Toxic Chemotherapy Protecting Agent
...small cell lung cancer, ovarian,head and neck, and bladder
cancer and many other tumors. However, theadministration of cisplatin and carboplatin frequently results in clinicallyimportant toxicities, including kidney toxicity, vomiting, and bone marrowtoxicity, that pose certain risks and adversely affect th...
Medicare Policy Contradicts Preferred Treatment For Precancerous Skin Conditions, Westwood Squibb Center For Dermatology Research Reports
..." he said. "If Medicare stopped paying forall gall bladder
removals, how many gall bladder
removals would there be." The researchers based their study on an analysis of all initial vis...
JAMA Study Shows Jefferson Medical College Program Brings Family Physicians To Small Town America
... and assists withvarious surgeries, including gall bladder
removal, hysterectomy, total jointreplacement and cesarean sections. "Practicing family medicine in the country differs greatly fromproviding primary care in the city in that there is a limited number ofsubspecialists, broadening the scope of...
Help On The Way For Victims Of Paralysis
... also have difficulty withother functions, such as bladder
voiding. What we are attempting to contributeis a method of control, in this case, a bladder
New outpatient surgery is helping women with stress incontinence
... when thecircular sphincter muscle that closes the bladder
gets weakened by, say,childbirth or aging, it also...nce. The contents of the bladderpush hard when the bladder
is full and sudden movement raises intra-abdominalpressure. Unable to resist the force, the sphincte...
Help for women's urinary tract infections
...g or interstitial cystitis or other, more serious, bladder
infections. In the study, patients whose infections returned were referred for an officevisit and a urine culture. Saint also cautions that the guideline would not beappropriate in areas or populations with higher rates of certain sexuallytransmitte...
Keck Foundation funds research to repair the injured spinal cord
...cord to function once more so patientscould regain bladder
and bowel control. Perhaps they might one day result inenough regeneration for people to walk once more. "We are very pleased that the Keck Foundation has seen the enormous potential ofthis work and is willing to fund it in its early stages," says Wi...
First NIH clinical trial for interstitial cystitis begins
Oral drugs studied for painful bladder
problem Doctors have opened enrollment for a ...tial cystitis (IC), a persistent and often painful bladder
syndromeaffecting about a million people, mostly women. The Interstitial Cystitis Clinical Trials Gr...
Yale prostate cancer study shows newer implant therapy has fewer side-effects, could lead to better treatment outcomes
... of implant therapy on normal tissues, such as the bladder
and rectum. The model predicted that Iodine-125 would produce morelong-term side effects than Palladium-103, a prediction that mirrors the clinical results. Side-effects can include inflammation of theurethra and inflammation of the rectum or anus. ...
Cranfield technology noses ahead
...nt episodes. The most common complaint affects the bladder
cystitis, more serious complaints can go on to affect the kidney. Fast, efficient diagnosis and treatment not only eases the pain and discomfort experienced by patients but can free up many medical resources. Current tests take between 24 and 48 hour...
Overactive bladder episodes completely controlled in 40 percent of elderly patients treated with once-a-day Oxybutynin
Elderly patients suffering from overactive bladder
can significantly and safely reduce the symptoms o...veland Clinic Urological Institute. Overactive bladder
is a common and chronic condition that affects an estimated 17 million Americans. The condition is ...
Missing proteins in the uterus tied to infertility in women with endometriosis
...he pelvis, such as on the vagina, ovaries, cervix, bladder
and rectum. The condition exists in up to 40 percent of women with infertility, but the link between minimal or mild endometriosis and infertility remains unclear. As many as half of women with endometriosis will become pregnant without any treatment...
Largest ever overactive bladder study published in leading urology journal
...ncluding 17 million in the U.S. alone. Overactive bladder
is marked by symptoms of frequent urination, and u... urge incontinence (wetting episodes). Overactive bladder
is a disruptive but treatable condition that can be managed, said Philip Van Kerrebroeck, M.D., Ph.D...
Research improves treatment of bladder cancer
...capacity of a drug often used to treat superficial bladder
cancer. The changes nearly doubled the number of ...and the experimental therapy, MMC is placed in the bladder
where it is held by the patient for about two hours. The new therapy, however, took special measure...
Double-drug therapy may benefit some multiple sclerosis patients
...fficulties, problems with walking or motor skills, bladder
problems, and sexual dysfunction. Relapsing-remitting MS, the most common form of the disease, is characterized by attacks interspersed with stable periods. About 75 percent of people are originally diagnosed with this form of the disease. S...
New UNC center plans intensive studies of retired athletes suffering disabilities
...hemselves, 12 percent were incontinent of bowel or bladder
and 11 percent reported being unable to feed themselves. This month the new and more scientifically designed survey will go to 3,600 retired National Football League players, Guskiewicz said. That will be the center 's first major initiative and wil...
Pelvic floor exercises can reduce incontinence in women
...imple treatments such as pelvic floor exercises or bladder
training are effective in about one in 10 women, c...ily intensive pelvic floor exercise programme with bladder
training if necessary. The control group did not receive any visits from researchnurses. A year afte...
Urinary incontinence of rural older women dramatically improved by behavioral techniques
...their goals in one or two phases. Most began with bladder
training, which involved emptying the bladder
at regular timed intervals, gradually increasing the intervals until they were able to space them to...
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