GENERAL SURGERY Intestinal obstructions; Perforations; Ostomy; End ileostomy; Hemicolectomy; Take down ileostomy; Ostomy reversals; Diverticulitis; Chrohns Disease; Appendectomy; Cholecystectomy (gallbladder); Ventral hernia repair; Inguinal hernia repair; Umbilical hernia repair; Chest tubes; Pleurex catheters; Lobe-ectomy; Pneumonectomy; Thoracotomy; Pleuradesis; Thyroid surgery; Mastectomy; Lumpectomy LAPAROSCOPIC - LAPAROTOMY - LAPAROSCOPIC ASSISTED
My name is Dr. Cipriano. I am a Hospitalist on the Medical Staff. I round, admit, discharge, consult and assist with surgeries in the OR. I manage patients in the ICU and Med/Surg floors. I also work in the emergency department. I am certified critical care nurse (CCRN). And ACLS certified. I
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Dear Sophia, The right lower quadrant of the abdomen is where the appendix is located. It is also where the small intestine and large intestine meet. This is called the ileocecal valve. This area tends
Dear Cat, A seroma is a pooling of fluid which occurs sometimes after surgery. It usually gets reabsorbed by the body. Sometimes it needs to be drained, but this is not the usual course of action.
Hi Brandy, If he remains on the Coumadin, it will take longer to stop the bleeding. You may want to consider getting an ultrasound to assess the amount of blood in the area. You may also want to consider
Hi Scott, A pilonidal cyst is difficult to see. It is very painful and may drain a foul smelling thick discharge. From what I can see in the picture, it looks more like dry skin. Let me know if the
Scott, It appears to be dry skin. Using Aquaphor 3 times a day to the area and moisturizing your skin daily will help to prevent further out breaks.
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