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Putting Yourself at Risk—Transvaginal Mesh Surgery

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Putting Yourself at Risk—Transvaginal Mesh Surgery

 Undergoing medical treatment was once considered to be highly risky. Hundreds—if not thousands—of individuals died each year from complications following minor to serious types of procedures. Fortunately, the quality of care provided by health care professionals has increased drastically over the last hundred years. While most medical treatments are now considered to be relatively safe,…

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How Safe are Hospitals: A Hospital Check Up

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How Safe are Hospitals: A Hospital Check Up

Hospital acquired infections are associated with the large population of people that are admitted as patients with contagious bacterial, fungal, and viral pathogens. Patients in a hospital environment are exposed to more infectious microorganisms than those recovering at home, and sick people have compromised immune systems that makes it difficult for them to effectively fight…

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Surgery Patients May Be the Most Vulnerable After Discharge

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Surgery Patients May Be the Most Vulnerable After Discharge

Surgery does not necessarily mean freedom from ailments, in fact, in certain cases; it may give rise to post surgical complications. A study conducted by experts has found that 40 percent of complications after surgery arise after patients have been discharged. Almost 75 percent of the complications have been found to occur within the first…

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A Look at the Risks Involved in Breast Implants Surgery

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A Look at the Risks Involved in Breast Implants Surgery

Receiving breast augmentation treatment certainly allows you to have firm breasts in size and shape that you prefer. This is made possible by the implants that a surgeon inserts in your breasts. While this seems perfect, you need to remain alive to the fact that there are various risks associated with the implants. Risks of…

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