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I have been involved in the management of mesh complications for many years with my first publication on the removal of vaginal tapes (IVS Distress 2005) and transvaginal mesh kits (Vaginal Mesh Contraction: Definition and Management 2010), both in the leading peer reviewed journal (Obstet & Gynecol: No. 1 ranked Journal for O&G). We also published the first randomised controlled trial comparing transvaginal mesh with abdominal interventions that was conducted right here in Brisbane and demonstrated significant complications and re-operations associated with transvaginal mesh products (Laparoscopic vs Vaginal 2011).




First shaving experience.cleaned.mp4



Winner of a Medical Device Excellence Award, it's the first microdebrider that lets you rotate only the tip of the curved blade during ENT surgery. This allows you to perform 360-degree cutting in the frontal sinuses, a more complete removal of polyps and mucin in the maxillary sinuses, and gain greater access to target tissue in the lateral and posterior areas of the airway.


SHELTON, Conn., March 13, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- BIC is teaming up with the famously unfiltered comedian Eric Andre and Emmy Award winning actress Annie Murphy to introduce its newest shaving innovation, the BIC EasyRinse razor. The duo stars in a humorous new 360-marketing campaign launching today called "All Shave. No Clog." that spotlights the razor's first-of-its-kind reverse blade design and patented anti-clog technology.


The campaign is anchored by a thirty-second spot that features Eric and Annie shaving in side-by-side shower stalls as they tout the anti-clog benefits of BIC EasyRinse with playful back and forth banter. The ad will reach consumers via a robust multi-channel distribution strategy that includes a variety of streaming TV and digital media platforms.


Beginning March 20, the first day of spring, BIC invites consumers to take part in 'The Great Spring Unclog' by texting what's clogging up their life to 802-242-8398 (802-BIC-TEXT) for a chance to win a BIC EasyRinse shaving kit and $10,0002. Eric and Annie will also serve as hosts at a live event in NYC on March 20 to help consumers kickstart living a life less clogged and experience BIC EasyRinse firsthand.


About BIC EasyRinse After nearly five years of scientific development, BIC has solved the clog once and for all with the new EasyRinse razor, featuring a first-of-its-kind reverse blade design and patented anti-clog technology. The most researched and tested razor from BIC since the brand introduced the world's first one-piece razor in 1975, BIC EasyRinse is the first razor to offer anti-clog technology as the primary benefit, and features 21 total patents and patents pending across technology and design. BIC EasyRinse for women and men is available now at retailers nationwide.


For some participants, the uncertainty around what caused their cellulitis seemed to have created uncertainty about prevention of recurrence. Some participants who had only experienced one episode of cellulitis felt that it was difficult to know how to prevent it from coming back as they were not certain what had caused their first episode of cellulitis.


Dylan also explained to me the sequence for initiating launch mode. He was very clear that you had to keep the bike at WOT for it to work correctly. Riding a $78,000 machine for the first time was intimidating enough, let alone going wide open out of the pits. I decided to pass on testing this feature as I headed out for my first session.


I found myself attacking the first lap timidly because I forgot the tires had already been brought up to temperature via tire warmers. I kept using the clutch to shift even though the HP4 Race features an electronic quickshifter. There was also this nagging thought rolling around in my head that the HP4 cost roughly one-third of the price of my house. There was a lot to think about as the first five laps slipped away.


Whereas on the first session I had the bike set in Intermediate mode, I progressed into Dry 1 for my second session. This provided a noticeable improvement to throttle response in the first three gears. The throttle was smooth and came on much more civilized than I was expecting.


Knowing that Dylan was intimidated the first time he rode the HP4 Race made me feel a little bit better as I set out for my third and final session. I knew I would probably never get to ride this bike again and I just relaxed and enjoyed it. If I was wrestling with the bike in my first session, we were dancing together in my third.


If it works, then you know the troublesome effect is not in the first half of your sequence. Now test the second half. So make an in point in the middle of your sequence and an out point at the end. If it fails to export here, you know the bad effect is in that half (though you probably already knew that since the first half exported fine, this just confirms it).


"It's really the hardest thing to bear about confinement," she says. "The first thing is that you can't wash. The second thing is that the food is so bland. But you really have to persist, and it's very difficult."


The first five seconds of a video are where you draw your viewers in and convince them to stick around for everything you have to say. Strategic video trimming helps you cut out everything unnecessary, leaving just the content your audience desires.


The vitreous cutter port geometry and blade design may have a great influence in vitrectomy surgery from the fluidics and safety standpoints [30]. DeBoer et al. demonstrated that increasing the port diameter resulted in higher flow rates (both in water and porcine vitreous), but only to a certain limit. When the port diameter became larger than the internal lumen of the vitrectomy cutter, less effect was noted on the overall flow rate [31]. In the same study, when assessing different vitrectomy tips, a grater model demonstrated to be a safer option for vitreous shaving, avoiding direct cut of the retina. The authors stated that designing port geometries with the appropriate port size might allow a combination of maximal flow and accurate cutting.


Additional file 3: Video 3. Regular/guillotine blade (left) and the two-dimensional cutter (right) under porcine vitreous conditions filmed with a high-speed camera. The flow when using the two-dimensional cutter seems smoother compared to the regular guillotine-blade, with a duty cycle of approximately 92%. The first one eventually causes turbulence and repulse of the gel when the vitrectomy port is closed. Video by DORC International.


Most patients stay in the hospital 1-2 days. The major concerns while you are in the hospital are making sure you are breathing freely, having no bleeding, controlling your pain with oral medications, and drinking enough fluids to have no risk of dehydration. Many people ask if they need someone to stay with them at home. You do need someone to stay with you the first night home after discharge, for safety. Beyond that, it is helpful to have someone available and checking on you to provide assistance when needed, although they do not have to stay with you 24 hours a day, every day. Planning before surgery (for example, buying milk or nutritional supplements) will decrease the amount of help you need at home after surgery.


When you are at home, take your pain medication as you need it. You can also continue to hold ice chips inside your mouth to decrease pain and swelling. Use the pain medication in the same way as it worked in the hospital. Some days may be worse than others, and it may be frustrating because the pain continues at roughly the same level for 10-14 days after surgery. Try not to let the pain increase until it becomes intolerable before you take the medication. If you are running out of medication and need more, please call the office in advance to obtain another prescription. If you prefer to avoid narcotics, you should feel free to use acetaminophen (Tylenol). Avoid aspirin, NSAIDs (such as ibuprofen, Advil, Motrin, naproxen, or Aleve), vitamin supplements, or herbal medications for at least two weeks because they can increase your risk of bleeding after surgery. Your pain will be significant for at least the first 7-10 days following surgery, but it should improve markedly by 14 days following surgery.


Holding ice in the mouth while they melt and cool the surgical area can help with pain control. Doing this for the first 2-3 days after surgery is somewhat similar to applying ice to a sprained ankle. It is one of the safest ways to reduce pain and can make the healing process easier.


It is very important to have good nutrition and avoid dehydration after surgery. Due to the pain and swelling that is expected after surgery, you will most likely only be able to tolerate a liquid diet for the first 4-5 days after surgery. Push yourself to drink fluids, even if it is painful. The first sign of dehydration is a decrease in urination, so keep track of this. In addition to water, it is It is helpful to drink other liquids, such as juices or Gatorade. It is also essential that your body receive protein and fat in your diet to help with healing and maintaining your energy level. Every day, you should have 3 glasses of something with fat and protein like milk or chocolate milk, nutritional supplements like Boost or Ensure, or protein shakes. Dr. Kezirian may order a nutritional supplement like this while you are in the hospital. As your recovery continues, you will transition to soft solid foods such as eggs, yogurt, or mashed potatoes. You should be able to tolerate a fairly normal diet by 2 weeks after surgery. During the recovery period, you should avoid foods with sharp edges such as chips because these can cause bleeding. Otherwise, you can advance your diet according to your own schedule, being careful not to cause too much pain. Dr. Kezirian wants his patients to maintain their nutrition so that they do not lose weight in the few weeks right after surgery. 041b061a72


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