Gregory Ginsburg, Author at Endocrinology Advisor

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Inguinal herniorrhaphy (pediatric)

What the Anesthesiologist Should Know before the Operative Procedure In addition to the usual standard preoperative examination, the following information should be obtained: Incarcerated bowel that is not reducible would require emergent surgery to prevent strangulation and bowel necrosis, while a reducible hernia may be postponed, if necessary, with the caveat that this may convert…

Liposuction – Procedures

What the Anesthesiologist Should Know before the Operative Procedure Liposuction is a popular elective cosmetic procedure whereby subcutaneous adipose tissue is reduced in targeted locations in order to improve a patient’s aesthetic appearance. Depending on the magnitude of adipose tissue to be removed in any given operation, the surgery may be considered minor or major.…

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