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Study Finds Joint Replacement Surgery At Risk Done At Hospitals With Low Surgical Volume

Patients who had undergone elective total hip or total knee replacement at hospitals with small surgical volume are likely to ran into venous thromboembolism and  may die following the procedure, Science Daily says. Several patients claimed they were affected by … Continue reading

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Brokeback Mountain Star’s Death Serves As A Moral Lesson

  Those who are into combining multiple prescription were being served with a warning in the wake of the sudden death of Brokeback Mountain star Heath Ledger. What caused the death of the 28-year-old Australian-born actor Ledger last Jan. 22, … Continue reading

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Studies Continue To Link Fosamax To Atypical Fractures

Recently there have been several studies which has shown that Fosamax, a drug used by millions to treat osteoporosis, has the potential to cause several long term side effects. The information shown in these studies have also stated that women … Continue reading

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The NJR Is Believed To Decrease Revision Surgery Rates

Joint replacement is an orthopedic surgical procedure which involves removal of an arthritic or dysfunctional joint replaced with a prosthetic joint. The procedure is being done universally and more often done on the hips and knees that cause pain and … Continue reading

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Disease Conditions That Require Hip Replacement

  Between 200,000 and 300,000 hip replacement operations, as recorded by the American Academy of Orhopaedic Surgeons, are performed each year in the United States. Majority of them are 60 years old and older. In hip replacement, the damaged joint … Continue reading

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Disease Conditions That Require Hip Replacement

Between 200,000 and 300,000 hip replacement operations, as recorded by the American Academy of Orhopaedic Surgeons, are performed each year in the United States. Majority of them are 60 years old and older. In hip replacement, the damaged joint is … Continue reading

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Pain On The Knee And Its Causes

The knees are made intricately with specific and complex designs. Ligaments, tendons, meniscus, compartments, bursae and kneecaps are some of the parts the comprise the knee joints.The knees are easily injured because it is a weight-bearing joint that is constantly … Continue reading

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Consult A Femur Lawyer Before Stopping Fosamax

If you have been advised by your physician to stop using Fosamax then you should first contact a Fosamax Femur Fracture Lawyer. A consultation is needed because the statute of limitations does not stop as well when you discontinue use … Continue reading

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Darvon Lawsuits Influenced By Supreme Court Rulings And Change In Presidential Policies

The choice of the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to ban all products containing propoxyphene in 2010 has caused an influx of Darvon Lawsuits to be filed in both state and federal courts. Since the change of presidents … Continue reading

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The Upshot Of Denture Cream’s Classification To Fixodent Lawsuit

  The pretrial litigation of Fixodent lawsuits are assumed to reach the heat, yet the upshot of FDA’s denture cream classification aggravates the concern of Fixodent lawsuits complainants. The Food and Drug Administration regulates consumer products that were sent out … Continue reading

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