Volume 4 Issue 4

Issue 4 Articles

Analysis of The Cesarean Index in Patients Primigests of Different Age Groups

Original Article
Cesarean section as a birth route is associated with an increased risk of longterm complications, such as placenta previa, placental accretion, and post-operative, such as endometritis, dehiscence, and / or surgical wound infection.

Safe Removal of a Glass Pipe from The Esophagus Using Olive Oil

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A 50-year-old man swallowed a whole glass pipe and was admitted to our emergency department in an unconscious state. His consciousness level was E1V1M1 on the Glasgow Coma Scale. After a amphetamine poisoning was diagnosed, the patient was treated with endotracheal intubation and ventilation. A computed to- mography (CT) scan revealed a 30-mm glass pipe in the middle esophagus only (Figure 1). Esophago- gastroduodenoscopy (EGD) revealed that the glass pipe was causing complete esophageal impaction...

Tracheobronchopathia Osteochondroplastica

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A 60 year old male was referred to a tertiary referral centre with a chronic dry cough. He was a lifelong non-smoker. Clinical examination was unremarkable. AssessmentIGE, RAST to common allergens, eosinophils and alpha one anti-trypsin were within normal limits. Barium swallow did not show any oesophageal dysmotility, gastric outlet obstruction or reflux. Normal pulmonary function testing with no reversibility noted post bronchodilator.