The article describes a surgical hemostasis of hemorrhaging in pregnant women giving birth by cesarean section. Special attention is paid to the development of risk groups for obstetric hemorrhaging, full screening, and coagulopathy prevention, timely detection of placental position and attachment anomalies. There is an overview of modern approaches to obstetric hemorrhaging prevention using surgical techniques, as well as blood-saving technologies. The article analyzes the outcome of caesarean section in two groups with obstetric hemorrhage. The largest share of obstetric hemorrhage is the detachment of the normally located placenta and placental pathology. A prospective study has been conducted to assess the effectiveness of the phased control and treatment of hemorrhage during caesarean delivery. The authors divided all the patients into two groups depending on the methods of intraoperative treatment. In group I, hemorrhaging was treated by using the proposed step-by- step control and treatment tactics (cesarean section indications were hemorrhaging due to premature detachment of low or normally located placenta in the first group) and second group were treated according to the Protocol of the treatment of hemorrhaging adopted in the hospital (indications for cesarean section was central placenta previa and uterine scar).
The current global pandemic situation caused by the COVID-19 infection has put the human being in front of several challenges where they are often overwhelmed by a cascade of events and incomprehensible phenomenon. The world has realized that everyone is responsible and must contribute to the solution. Unfortunately, media and social media as well as some health officials have on the other hand and indirectly, weakened by their behavior and conduct a large part of the world population. In this paper, we give our point of view on the role played by the media in general in the weakening of the elderly face to COVID-19 contagion. In this opinion paper, we are establishing by a series of described media practices the relationship between the informative contents and the mental weakening of elderly by making them vulnerable and more exposed to Corona Virus Disease.
Ebola virus is one of the most deadly pathogen known to infect humans Ebola virus disease has been diagnosed in the US, originating from patients who travelled during incubation period. The first recognized Ebola outbreak occurs in 1976 near the Ebola River in Zaire (now in Congo). Before the 2014 epidemic about 2300 cases with greater than 1500 death has been documented from this disease. Ebola virus belongs to the Filoviridae family and genus Ebola virus. The disease has evolved a global public health menace due to large immigrant population. It is also termed as Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF). The transmission of virus to people from wild animals and spreads with in the human population via human to human transmission. Pregnant women who are recovered from Ebola virus still carry the virus in breast milk or Symptoms of hemorrhagic in pregnancy related fluid and tissues.
Non-organic failure to thrive is a common outcome in maltreated children, who often come to hospitals in a state of serious decompensation. In the field of child protection, foster care is often the most common solution, but unsuccessful multi-placed in foster care worsen the child’s clinical condition, which is already very critical. This paper reports the case of a 3-years old boy with serious impairments caused by early physical abuse, neglect, institutionalization, and unsuccessful multi-placed in foster care, who showed a developmental recovery after a prompt and prolonged hospitalization. A multidisciplinary and multi-focus intervention was adopted, in which the role of hospital holding as preliminary containment tool, and the medical-nursing staff’s mothering was crucial. Promoting emotional containment and developmental catch-up in abused children, hospitalization should become an eligible therapeutic choice in clinical practice with maltreated children.
Bilateral transmigration of mandibular canines is an extremely rare clinical entity. Repositioning of lower canines to their proper position is vital for good canine guided occlusion. The orthodontic traction and correction of such ectopically erupted teeth is almost an impossible task.
We present here a case of management of bilateral transmigration of mandibular canines positioned vertically in the midline (Type 5 pattern of Mupparapu classification) after extracting over-retained bilateral mandibular primary canines and right lower primary second molar in a 14-year old female.
The objective of this study was to report a case of mammary fibroadenoma in a female cat treated at a veterinary clinic in the city of Santarém, Pará. A seven-month-old feline, not defined breed, weighing 3 kg, uncastrated, with increased volume in the lower quadrant of the mammary gland was seen at the veterinary clinic. The owner reported that the animal used contraception about four weeks ago, and noticed breast enlargement a week ago, but did not notice apathy or lack of appetite. On clinical examination, the patient had normal-colored mucous membranes, rectal temperature 38.7°C, heart rate and respiratory rate without changes, rigid mammary glands and well-defined palpation. The owner opted for partial mastectomy only in the affected breast pairs. Histopathological findings were compatible with feline mammary fibroadenoma, with free margins and free lymph node. This study was the first to report a case of mammary fibroadenoma, diagnosed by histopathology in feline, in Santarém city, western mesoregion of Pará, Brazil. Although the occurrence of this pathology generally has a benign character, it can eventually lead to death, in case the diagnosis, as well as treatment,are not performed in advance. Especially in not neutered animals that have been treated with contraceptives derived from synthetic progestins.