Annals of Medicine and Surgery

Chemotherapy Can Complicate Immediate Breast Reconstruction After Mastectomy

Thrombotic effects may cause delays, according to new report in Annals of Medicine and Surgery
Press Release

New York, NY, December 3, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Immediate breast reconstruction following mastectomy is becoming more prevalent. However, in breast cancer patients undergoing simultaneous chemotherapy, thrombotic complications can arise that can delay or significantly modify reconstructive plans. Outcomes of cases illustrating potential complications are published in the current issue of Annals of Medicine and Surgery.

Anesthesia Professionals Not Sufficiently Aware of Risks of Postoperative Cognitive Side Effects

Survey of Swedish anesthesia personnel reveals need to improve knowledge, particularly in elderly and fragile patients, reports Annals of Medicine and Surgery
Press Release

New York, NY, August 19, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Postsurgical cognitive side effects can have major implications for the level of care, length of hospital stay, and the patient’s perceived quality of care, especially in elderly and fragile patients. A nationwide survey of Swedish anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists has found there is low awareness of the risks of cognitive side effects following surgery. Furthermore, only around half of the respondents used depth-of-anesthesia monitors. Results are published in Annals of Medicine and Surgery.

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