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Blood Transfusions During Heart Surgery May Up Pneumonia Risk

Receiving a blood transfusion during heart bypass surgery may raise a patient's risk of pneumonia, researchers report.
Morphine After Tonsillectomy Tied to Breathing Problems in Study

Using morphine at home to treat pain in children after tonsil and/or adenoid removal may cause life-threatening respiratory problems, according to a new study.
Lung Transplants From Heavy Drinkers Linked to Higher Complication Risk

Lung transplant recipients who receive lungs from donors who were heavy drinkers may be much more likely to develop a life-threatening complication, a new study suggests.
Surgery Not Better for Spine Narrowing, Study Finds

Surgery and more conservative treatments provide similar long-term outcomes for people with spinal stenosis, a new study suggests.
FDA Approves New Device to Treat Obesity

A first-of-its-kind implant that curbs the appetite by electrically stimulating stomach nerves was approved Wednesday by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Fewer Patients With Advanced Colon Cancer Getting Surgery, Report Finds

Fewer U.S. colon cancer patients who are diagnosed in the final stages of their disease are having what can often be unnecessary surgery to have the primary tumor removed, researchers report.
Neck Artery Stents May Not Be Worthwhile in 'Real World' Setting

Placing stents in the neck arteries, to prop them open and help prevent strokes, may be too risky for older, sicker patients, a new study suggests.
Tuning In to Music May Ease Kids' Post-Op Pain, Study Finds

Going through a surgery often means post-operative pain for children, but listening to their favorite music might help ease their discomfort, a new study finds.
Episiotomies on the Decline for U.S. Births

An operation called an episiotomy, which widens the birth canal to facilitate easier deliveries, seems to be on the decline in the United States, a new study indicates.
Skipping Surgery May Work for Some Rectal Cancer Patients: Study

For many rectal cancer patients, the prospect of surgery is a worrisome reality, given that the operation can significantly impair both bowel and sexual function.

 

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