Saturday, January 24, 2009

Adhesions Related Disorder News you can use ARDvark Blog

Novel Product for Post Surgical Scar Formation Entering Clinical ...PR Newswire (press release), NY - Jan 21, 2009Adhesions are bands of scar tissue that connect anatomic structures that should not normally be connected. These develop when the body's repair mechanisms ...

Feasibility of laparoscopy for small bowel obstruction7thSpace Interactive (press release), NY - Jan 19, 2009The first cause of laparotomic conversion is a difficult exposition and treatment of band adhesions. The incidence of laparotomic conversions is major in ...

Study Finds MRSA In Midwestern Swine, WorkersThe first study documenting methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in swine and swine workers in the United States has been published by University of Iowa researchers...[read article]

U.S. Government Finds 40% Of People Currently Receiving Long Term Care Are 18-64; Numbers Continue To Rise

Economic Stimulus Bill Mandates Electronic Health Records For Every Citizen Without Opt Out Or Patient Consent Provisions

Discovery Of A Key Protein Regulator Of Inflammation And Cell Death

Flowering Plants Speed Post-surgery Recovery

Research Finds Genetic Connection Between PTSD, Depression And Anxiety

Irritable Bowel Syndrome Can Have Genetic Causes

Increase In C-Section Deliveries Coincides With Increase In Complications During Birth, Study Finds

Tension Free Vaginal Tape Underneath Bladder Base: Does It Prevent Cystocele Recurrence?

Progress Made In Understanding Causes And Treatment Of Endometriosis

Prescription Opioid Abuse, Addiction Less Common Than Many Believe

FDA Approves Fibromyalgia Drug - Savella(TM) (milnacipran HCl), A Selective Serotonin And Norepinephrine Dual Reuptake Inhibitor

Bladder Pain Syndrome / Interstitial Cystitis (BPS/IC) - Exclusive Report From 2008 Asian IC Guideline Meeting

Pain Treatment Research Reports Often Cannot Be Trusted

Study First To Pinpoint Why Analgesic Drugs May Be Less Potent In Females Than In Males

Common Treatment For Men's Pelvic Pain Proves Ineffective, Queen's-led Study Shows

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