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  • From Sun Magazine: Budging the bulge with CoolSculpting

    From Sun Magazine: Budging the bulge with CoolSculpting
    It's a common refrain in Gia D'Anna's office: Extra inches that childbirth or time left around the middle are resisting diet and exercise. D'Anna is the office manager for a Lutherville plastic surgeon, and, as a mother, she sympathizes with the...
  • Dental sedation calms patients, courts controversy

    Dental sedation calms patients, courts controversy
    In a dental office overlooking the Magnificent Mile, Valerie Carlson teared up as she recalled traumatic dental surgery that left her filled with fear when she was a teenager. On this day, she was to undergo preparatory work for dental implants. Normally...
  • News of the Weird: Hypnotist Unable to Get Girls Out of His Spell

    News of the Weird: Hypnotist Unable to Get Girls Out of His Spell
    Fern Cooper, 65, and 13 other cataract-surgery patients arrived at Ontario's Oakville Trafalgar Hospital on June 25 to learn that they would not receive the usual anesthesia because the hospital had decided to schedule an "experimental day" to evaluate...
  • Early anesthesia tied to language problems in kids

    Early anesthesia tied to language problems in kids
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Babies and toddlers who went under anesthesia during surgery ended up having slightly worse scores on language and reasoning tests as 10-year-olds, in a new study. That doesn't prove the anesthesia is to blame, researchers...
  • Dehorning calf with local anesthesia

    When it comes to raising replacement heifers on a dairy farm, there are some duties that just can’t be avoided. Dehorning calves is one of these duties. Okay, I guess technically you could raise a cow with horns, but we all know what a bad idea that...
  • UC to pay $1.2 million to settle suit targeting UCI Medical Center

    The University of California has agreed to pay $1.2 million to settle a federal whistle-blower lawsuit charging falsification of records and poor supervision of patients by UC Irvine anesthesiologists. The suit said anesthesiologists at the university's...
  • Special precautions should be taken when operating on the elderly

    Special precautions should be taken when operating on the elderly
    Surgery on older people can be riskier than other generations. But it can be safely done if doctors take certain precautions. Dr. Mark Katlic, chief of surgery at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore and an expert on surgical care of patients 80 and older, talks...
  • Ask the pet expert: anesthesia

    Ask the pet expert: anesthesia
    When my Chihuahua had her teeth cleaned last week, the vet said her heart rate went down into the high 60s and that an episode of second-degree heart block occurred, but they reversed it with meds. Does this mean she is at risk of it happening again under...
  • My encounter with a mad cow

    Last week I was describing the attitude differences between beef cows and dairy cows. I recently had the opportunity to examine a sick beef-dairy hybrid cow that needed abdominal surgery to repair a twisted stomach. We typically do this surgery with the...
  • Northwestern students design penguin bootie

    Northwestern students design penguin bootie
    The Shedd Aquarium had a problem: From time to time, its penguins did not have happy feet. The birds, particularly the older ones, developed bumblefoot — uncomfortable lesions that can be caused by standing too long on a rough surface. The Shedd...
  • Dr. Christian J. Lambertsen dies at 93; inventor of scuba gear

    Dr. Christian J. Lambertsen dies at 93; inventor of scuba gear
    Dr. Christian J. Lambertsen, who developed the first self-contained underwater breathing apparatus — scuba gear — while studying medicine at the University of Pennsylvania in the 1930s and '40s, died Feb. 11 at a retirement home in Newtown,...