fiberoptic intubation of patient with ankylosis mandible by Dr.Amish H.Parikh.-Ahmedabad,India. Awake Fiberoptic intubation demonstrated by Dr.Amish H.Parikh - Shows the comfort level of patient even with endotracheal tube in situ in the last part of the clip.
Walking for My Health -Living with HLA-B27 gene more updates on my blog : bonnie90505 I will walk and dance and enjoy my life and if my autoimmune disease takes away my ability to be active, then so be it, I am a survivor with the HLA-B27 gene and I have adjusted to my condition of inflammatory joint disease which one day could lead to Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS) What is AS This condition is present in 1 in 1000 to 1 in 2000 of the white population; it shows a lower incidence in Blacks and Asians. It is was traditionally considered more common in males, but it is now recognized that it may be equally common in females, although less severe. It varies from a relatively asymptomatic condition visible only on X-rays, to a crippling disease. The typical patient is a young man with lower back pain and morning stiffness, with a progressive loss of spinal movement. The main lesion is that of progressive spinal fusion with spinal ankylosis and sacroiliac joint involvement that results in a fixed, kyphotic spine and restricted respiratory excursion. It may also be associated with hip and knee involvement, amyloidosis, aortitis and apical lung fibrosis which is fusion of the spine
Akinosi.flv The Vazirani-Akinosi closed mouth mandibular block is a useful technique for patients with limited opening due trismus or ankylosis of the temporomandibular joint. A 25 gauge long needle is recommended for this technique. The right handed operator should be in the eight o'clock position whereas the left handed operator should be in the four o'clock position. The gingival margin above the maxillary 2nd and 3rd molars and the pterygomandibular raphae serve as landmarks for this technique. The patient should close gently on the posterior teeth. The needle is held parallel to the occlusal plane at the level of the gingival margin of the maxillary 2nd and 3rd molars. The bevel is directed away from the bone facing the midline. The needle is advanced through the mucous membrane and buccinator muscle to enter the pterygomandibular space. The needle is inserted to approximately one half to three quarters of its length. At this point the needle will be in the midsection of the ptyerygomandibular space. . Nerves anesthetized are the lingual and long buccal nerves in addition to the inferior alveolar nerve.
Implants for Pedi To purchase the full copy of this material, go to View any number of our other 27000 sessions from over 280 conferences by going to Speaker(s) Jerome Haber Implants for Pedi - Yankee Dental Congress YDC 2009 Implant therapy in pediatric patients with congenitally missing teeth offers an ideal treatment solution. Diagnosis and treatment planning include assessment of growth and development, ankylosis, occlusion, altered passive eruption, interdental spacing, root position, and ridge width. 73cec482c38d60b1682734e6d18ce272
Arthroscopy for Joint pathology in Ilizarov Center Наиболее распространенным заболеванием суставов является артрит. Существует более 100 видов артрита. Он может возникнуть внезапно или постепенно, поражать один или несколько суставов. Различные виды артрита поражают суставы по-разному. Другой обширной группой суставных повреждений являются травматические повреждения. Оборудование операционных и навыки сотрудников Центра позволяют эффективно лечить тяжелые повреждения суставов различной локализации с использованием артроскопии, имплантологии и оперативных методов, разработанных в нашем Центре, лечебной физкультуры и реабилитации. Most bones are connected with each other by joints. Each end of the bone that forms a joint has a surface covered with articular cartilage. Cartilage is a slippery, smooth substance that assures minimal friction during motion. Each joint is encapsulated in synovial capsule. The internal surface of this capsule produces a lubricating fluid (synovial fluid). The stability of each joint is maintained by ligamentous apparatus. The most common joint disease is arthritis. There are over 100 types of arthritis. It may appear suddenly or gradually, affect one or several joints. Different types of arthritis affect joints in different ways. Another large group is traumatic injuries to joints. Center Ilizarov well-equipped operation units and skilled staff cure severe joint diseases of different location using arthroscopy, joint replacement, techniques developed in our Center, exercise therapy and ...
Dr Kim-master of the fibreoptic intubation Dr Kim Director of Anaesthesia at Saigon's Rang Ham Mat Hospital is an expert at fibreoptic intubation-this patient had severe ankylosis of the TMJ
My life with Ankylosing Spondylitis This is a video about how it developed for me and how I deal with it day to day.
YouTube Medical School Infection of Bones & Joints Overview A comprehensive overview of infections of bones and joints based upon my 25 year collection of such cases.Infection of elbow. Ankylosis elbow.Diabetic foot infections.Essential oils for diabetic foot.Vertebral body osteomyelitis. Disciitis.Infection femur around K nail.AIDS in 1990.Syphilis of the foot.Human bite.TB knee.Septic elbow child.Septic hip with Crohn's disease.Meningococcal disease gangrene and amputation.Heel pressure area.MRSA.Involucrum. Sequestrum. Recommended for the education of medical students, residents, registrars and Physician Assistants.Copyright: YouTube Medical School 2009*.
Professor Alan Ebringer on Diet and Ankylosing Spondylitis Professor Ebringer discusses the role of diet in treating AS by directly reducing the germ that causes AS through dietary starch restriction ("substrate modulation"). Lecture courtesy Las Vegas June 2003. Ok, UNDERSTAND who Ebringer is: He was head of the MIddle*** AS Clinic for nearly 20 years and his sole focus was AS, so he worked exclusively with over 600 AS patients. And as a researcher has published over 100 peer-reviewed and published papers on AS. He has more than twice the AS experience of any other scientist. And he is a scientist training physicians; his work is reaching textbooks now and newer physicians will be more familiar with the role of diet in AS. He makes statements that are based upon scientific certainty AND empirical experiences--not supposition and superstition. His hypothesis produces RESULTS. Some clown in a lab coat suggesting that diet is "placebo" or just disease variations is lying--UNDERSTAND who THEY are! You can pay good money to be lied to...it is YOUR money and YOUR body and a personal choice, but just because this information is free You should not ass-u-me it has no value. Sorry, but I only answer people who write to me and are willing to make the strongest effort to get well; pointing to a video with misleading information will do nothing but cause paralysis. I am not paralyzed and I know what works for me and HUNDREDS of other people with AS. Please do not write to me unless You really want to learn how You can best ...
attic recon.flv This is one of my very old video of Atticotomy and attic reconstruction. Atticotomy is the removal of the lateral epitympanic wall to get better visualization of middle ear and attic, and also to preserve the postoperative c*** wall. We use conchal cartilage with perichondrium to reconstruct the defect of the scutum. This procedure can be performed for limited cholesteatoma, to excise tympanosclerosis, and manage ankylosis of ossicles.
Sample Dr. Larry Wolford AACP 2008 This is a 5 minutes sample of the DVD of the presentation from Dr. Larry Wolford given at the Canadian Chapter of the AACP on September 26-27, 2008 in Toronto, ON. Contact Dr.Edmund Liem for purchase info at firstname.lastname@example.org
Russell Smith's Story of Belonging - On Being Privileged Author, journalist and cultural commentator, Russell Smith talks about a disability he was born with known as ankylosis, that fuses some of the bones of the hands and feet, and how he never thought of it as a disability or disadvantage because his father told him that everyone has a disadvantage.
Pierre Renoir's Art Pierre-Auguste Renoir (25 February 1841 -- 3 December 1919) was a French artist who was a leading painter in the development of the Impressionist style. As a celebrator of beauty, and especially feminine sensuality, it has been said that "Renoir is the final representative of a tradition which runs directly from Rubens to Watteau." ........................................................................................... One of the best known Impressionist works is Renoir's 1876 Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette (Bal du moulin de la Galette). The painting depicts an open-air scene, crowded with people, at a popular dance garden on the Butte Montmartre, close to where he lived. ........................................................................................... On the Terrace, oil on canvas, 1881, Art Institute of ChicagoThe works of his early maturity were typically Impressionist snapshots of real life, full of sparkling colour and light. By the mid 1880s, however, he had broken with the movement to apply a more disciplined, formal technique to portraits and figure paintings, particularly of women, such as The Bathers, which was created during 1884--87. It was a trip to Italy in 1881, when he saw works by Raphael and other Renaissance masters, that convinced him that he was on the wrong path, and for the next several years he painted in a more severe style, in an attempt to return to classicism. This is sometimes called his "Ingres period", as he concentrated on ...
Ankylosed Teeth Ankylosis - Is when the tooth is fused to the bone and does not have the periodontal ligament. A tooth that is ankylosed cannot be moved.
CHENNAI VIEW Six year old takes the first ever bite of food-Vaishali a 6yr old girl from Maharashtra suffering a severe from bilateral TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT (TMJ) ANKYLOSIS,Which the jaw joint was completely fused and her mouth would not open.This condition is commonly and comfortably resolved by facio-maxillary. At Global Hospital & Health City,Chennai the surgery was completed sucessfully.The challenging pediatric anaesthesia and after operation care was provided by anaesthetic team headed by Dr.Biswarup pal.Due to absolutely zero mouth opening the difficult airway was intubated via fibreoptic endoscope by the HOD of ENT department-Dr.Krishna Kumar. The rare complicated surgery was performed by specialised maxillofacial team of prof. Vinod Narayanan, Dr.Ashok Ramadorai and Dr.Nirvikalpa
Living with Rheumatoid Arthritis - part 1 Courtesy of - Patients talk about diagnosis and living with Rheumatoid Arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is best described as a chronic, systemic inflammatory disorder that may affect many tissues and organs, but principally attacks synovial joints. The process produces an inflammatory response of the synovium (synovitis) secondary to hyperplasia of synovial cells, excess synovial fluid, and the development of pannus in the synovium. The pathology of the disease process often leads to the destruction of articular cartilage and ankylosis of the joints. Rheumatoid arthritis can also produce diffuse inflammation in the lungs, pericardium, pleura, and sclera, and also nodular lesions, most common in subcutaneous tissue under the skin. Although the cause of rheumatoid arthritis is unknown, autoimmunity plays a pivotal role in both its chronicity and progression, and RA is considered as a systemic autoimmune disease. About 1% of the world's population is afflicted by rheumatoid arthritis, women three times more often than men. Onset is most frequent between the ages of 40 and 50, but people of any age can be affected. It can be a disabling and painful condition, which can lead to substantial loss of functioning and mobility. It is diagnosed chiefly on symptoms and signs, but also with blood tests (especially a test called rheumatoid factor) and X-rays. Diagnosis and long-term management are typically performed by a rheumatologist, an expert in the diseases ...
Tooth problems in India.avi SPLINTING OF TEETH Trauma to the teeth can be transmitted to the supporting structures, which get damaged. This can cause mobility of the teeth. Such mobile teeth may require splinting for a specified period of time till the supporting tissues heals and the tooth becomes stable. Splinting is a procedure where the teeth are supported in its position for a period of time. Splinting involves binding a group of teeth together so that the biting forces are shared by a large number of teeth instead of being born by the affected tooth Splinting of teeth can be done either by composite material or by fiber splinting . RATIONALE OF SPLINTING PERIODONTALLY WEAK TEETH: Predominantly, lingual splinting - of mandibular anterior teeth and palatal splinting - of maxillary anterior teeth. Splinting is a procedure which is done, if incisors are very mobile but maintainable in mouth, then six anterior teeth are joined at the incisor 1/3rd to increase support -- that is from canine to canine. BENEFITS: 1. It allows the patient to chew comfortably. 2. Mobile teeth become firm -- patient can use regular brush, inter-dental brush etc. without the fear of knocking down teeth. 3. As splinting is done in conjunction with other periodontal therapy,such as scaling / curreatage / root planning / flap surgery etc, it also is an adjunct to preservation of hard and soft tissue. 4. Enhances patient self confidence. RATIONALE OF SPLINTING IN TOOTH INJURY: Injured anterior teeth should be stabilized for ...
McGrath Video Laryngoscope - Clip 1 This is a short clip demonstrating the McGrath video laryngoscope and its use for tracheal intubation. This was the first ever use of this device for the intubator.
Operation Smile Provides Surgery to Children Operation Smile Provides Surgery to Three Children as Part of World Care Program The life of seven-year-old Rayan Faeq from Iraq has been changed forever thanks to the efforts of Operation Smile, Congressmen, a US Army Lieutenant Colonel in Iraq and a Washington, DC law firm. Rayan suffered from ankylosis of the left temporomandibular, a severe deformity of the mouth that limits her ability to open it. As a result, Rayan had difficulty eating, drinking, and even breathing. Because she could only eat by tearing her food into tiny pieces and putting them through the small opening between her teeth, she was malnourished and extremely small for her age. Also due to her jaw deformity, an unusual amount of pressure was being applied to her windpipe, and inhibited her ability to sleep causing her to stop breathing in the middle of the night. Rayan's mother, Parwin Hama Ali, left her other five children with her husband in the Kurdistan region of Iraq to travel with Rayan to Norfolk, Virginia. Rayan received surgery on June 11, 2007 at Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters (CHKD) in Norfolk. Dr. Bill Magee, Co-Founder and CEO of Operation Smile, led the surgery which included taking sections of her skull to reconstruct her jaw and move it forward. After the nine hour surgery, Rayan was able to open her mouth normally and will now be able to breathe and eat normally as well. Her mother said, "This is a miracle." Rayan and her mother are staying with Chip and Jodi Simkins and ...