Instant Natural Colic Relief

Instant Natural Colic Relief

Natural colic relief bowen refers to the steps by steps guide designed by Dr. Carlyn Goh to naturally put an end to all means of discomfort for your baby. This is a safe, gentle, easy and an effective natural guide, we mean without drugs to miraculously ease your babys discomfort. This step-by-step guide complete with videos, will teach you how to treat colic in your baby. The Bowen Technique is a very gentle, safe and simple therapy that is highly effective at easing discomfort in babies. Bowen acts to rebalance the nervous system. This is extremely important in all babies as birth is a traumatic experience for them. By re-balancing the nervous system you will feel the immediate effects of calmness and serenity in your baby and the causes of his discomfort will fade away. The result is a happy, healthy and balanced baby. More here...

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Colorectal resection Right hemicolectomy

The ascending colon passes upward from the caecum to the under surface of the right lobe of the liver, where it is lodged in the colic impression. It then bends abruptly forward and to the left, forming the hepatic flexure. The peritoneum covers its anterior surface and sides. Vascular Arterial supply derives from branches of the superior mesenteric artery, which consists of the right colic, middle colic and ileocolic artery. Mobilise Lateral peritoneal attachments of the right colon are incised and the colon mobilised. Blunt dissection of the greater omentum is carried out and the transverse colon is divided to mobilise the ascending colon. Careful identification and avoidance of the duodenum, ureter, gonadal vessels. Ligation of vessels The mesocolon from the terminal ileum to midtransverse colon is dissected carefully to isolate the ileocolic and right colic vessels that are ligated and divided. The middle colic artery may also be divided if necessary. Resection of bowel segment...

Diverticular disease

Alternating constipation (pellet faeces) and diarrhoea. GI bleed PR bleeding may be acute or chronic. Diverticulitis Pyrexia and LIF or suprapubic abdominal pain. Features of complications For example, pneumaturia, faecaluria and recurrent UTI may be due to a vesico-colic fistula.

Colo Anal Anastomosis with Rectal Stump Eversion

This technique was described by Hautefeuille et al. 17 . The rectal stump, once it has been sutured, is eversed through the anus and sectioned a few millimetres above the dentate line. The colic stump or the reservoir are then pulled down through the anus and the anastomosis is then sutured as before.

Colonic JPouch in Elderly People

In spite of these reports, however, the colonic J-pouch did not find widespread use except in specialised colorectal units. Many surgeons are not trained in this technique and prefer a straight colo-anal anastomosis, considering the J-pouch reconstruction a complication of AR operation. The failure rate in performing a planned colic pouch is about 26 64 . The reasons for failure can be divided into two groups in the first one (86 ) are included all technical or anatomic difficulties linked to pouch construction or anastomosis (pelvis too narrow 43 , bulky anal sphincter 33 , extensive diverticular disease 11 and insufficient length of the colon 7 ). The second group (14 ) contains the relative failures that can follow the surgeon's decision to keep the operation as quick and as simple as possible and perform a straight anastomosis as a consequence of the case complexity (7 ) or of the degree of tumour dissemination (7 ) 30, 64 . The improvement of this failure rate is the future aim...

Sideto End Anastomosis

After becoming less popular as a consequence of the use of stapling devices, it has been recently rein-troduced because of the ever-growing reduction of the colonic J-pouch size 73,74 . Recent studies claim that functional and surgical outcome after side-to-end anastomosis and after colonic J-pouch anastomosis is similar, regardless of whether the reconstruction is performed on the descending colon or on the sigmoid colon 72,75 . For the functional parameters there were only minor detectable advantages of J-pouch in the immediate post-operative period (stool frequency 2.2 vs. 5.4 daily). In order to explain these functional results, retrograde peristaltic waves acting above the anastomotic line from the colic stump have been postulated 73 .

Feneis Pocket Atlas of Human Anatomy 2000 Thieme

V. colica dextra. Vein from the ascending colon. A 28 Middle colic vein. V. colica media (intermedia). Vein of transverse colon. It can also drain into the superior and inferior mesenteric veins. A 34 Left colic vein. V. colica sinistra. Arises from the descending colon. A

Clinical Features

Intestinal ascariasis is usually well tolerated, although there is an association with vague abdominal pains. There is an increased risk of intestinal obstruction with increasing worm burdens and this results in 3-5 of cases in endemic countries. This complication is associated with a 17 mortality (Akgun, 1996). An international systematic review indicated that intestinal obstruction was the single most common complication and accounted for 38-87.5 of all complications. The case fatality rates were in the range 0-8.6 (de Silva et al., 1997a). Treatment of this complication is by early operative intervention, allowing the worms to be milked towards the colon and, if this is not successful, to 'deliver' them through an enterotomy. With early surgical intervention the prognosis is good (de Silva et al., 1997b). Adult Ascaris can enter the hepatobiliary and pancreatic system, causing obstruction, and this problem has often been underestimated in endemic countries. The diagnosis can be...

Neurophysiology of Nursing Integrated with Psychoanalysis

Once the organization of brain-stem, striatal and cortical activity has been established as a functioning unity, however, the ensuing proto-mental ego most likely begins to function as a template for more mature interactions between the developing subject and his her object. The age of around 2 to 3 months is a landmark in the developmental process from a poorly organized neonatal stage to the first signs of purposeful behavior and sensory-motor coordination, which coincides with the appearance of a social smile and the waning of a disposition to colic-type cry signals 20, 21 . This age has been regarded as a threshold to new developmental organization by Spitz 2, 3 , Mahler et al. 5 , Stern 6 , Gaddini 22 and Greenspan 23 and the mechanisms mediating the promoting effect on

Renal Causes of Acute Abdominal Pain

Acute Abdomen Pain Ureter

The most common renal causes of an apparent acute abdomen are upper urinary tract infection, especially pyelonephritis, renal colic due to a stone in the urinary tract, and acute presentation of a pelvi-ureteric junction obstruction. Children may localize the pain to the abdomen, not the loin. Urinary tract infections, usually related to vesicoureteral reflux, may cause similar symptoms to those of intussusception, mostly in young children. In most of these cases US is normal and only in high-grade reflux Renal lithiasis is more common in infants than in older children, and 20 of cases manifest as renal colic. Underlying causes are multiple, proteus being the most common pathogen. The role of imaging is to diagnose lithiasis, to detect any underlying anatomical abnormality, and to demonstrate the effect on the urinary tract so that treatment can be appropriate. Renal lithiasis can be detected radiographically or sonographically. The latter method may also substantiate the presence of...

Ligation of Vascular Pedicle

The mobilised sigmoid colon is retracted anteriorly and laterally. The vascular pedicle is divided from the fascia covering aorta. In this connection, it is necessary to identify superior hypogastric plexus and leave it on the fascia. Upon division of the vascular pedicle up to the area where the a. mesenteric inferior (IMA) takes off the aorta, surgeons should be very careful with the left branch of sympathetic pre-aortic trunk, as the pedicle is closely adjoined to it over a length of 2-3 cm. After confirming that the left ureter is out of the operative field, a high ligation of IMA is performed at the area where it takes off the aorta. When there are no data on the lymphovenous invasion and the tumour is low-dimensional, it is possible to perform low ligation of the vessel just distal to the takeoff of the left colic artery. The v. mesenteric inferior is ligated separately according to the level of artery ligation. Next the mesentery of sigmoid is serially clamped, divided and...

Backtable Preparation

The backtable preparation of the pancreas involves trimming and oversewing of redundant duodenum. The ampulla of Vater must be in plain sight so as not to compromise it. Safe anastomosis necessitates 6-8 cm of duodenum. Fibrofatty tissue surrounding the pancreas is ligated, as are the inferior mesenteric vein, the gastroduodenal artery, and the middle colic vessels. Some groups perform splenectomy on the backtable, while others wait until reperfusion and use the spleen as a handle during the operation. The splenic and superior mesenteric arteries are reconstructed using the donor iliac artery. The internal iliac is anastomosed to the splenic mesenteric artery and the external iliac artery is anastomosed to the superior mesenteric artery (SMA) on the backtable with 5-0 or 6-0 running nonabsorb-

Is Appendicitis

Classic presentation ( 50 of cases) Abdominal pain (usually 72 h), initially diffuse, periumbilical and colicky (visceral pain lasting a few hours). The pain becomes sharp and localised to the RIF (somatic pain as parietal periton- eum involved). Anorexia (the most constant symptom) and nausea are

Midgut Volvulus

Midgut volvulus is a complication of malrotation in which clockwise twisting of the bowel around the SMA axis occurs because of the narrowed mesenteric attachment. This life-threatening condition is a clear indication for emergent surgery. The clinical diagnosis of midgut volvulus in older children and adolescents is difficult because the presentation is usually nonspecific and malrotation is rarely considered. Recurrent episodes of colicky abdominal pain with vomiting over a period of months or years are typical and may eventually lead to imaging. Diarrhea and malabsorption from

Colonic JPouch

Many retrospective studies have shown that the use of the colonic J-pouch is compatible with curative surgery and that the functional superiority of the colonic J-pouch over the straight colo-anal anastomosis is without doubt. All the existing data confirm a functional post-operative improvement after this reconstruction in terms of decrease in the number of bowel movements per day, less urgency in evacuation and, probably, better continence. These studies have provided strong evidence that these patients may not only expect better functional results, but also an improved quality of life in the early months after surgery compared with patients receiving a conventional colo-anal anastomosis. Recent randomised prospective studies confirmed these advantages, especially in the early post-operative period 26-51 . For these reasons, the role of the colonic J-pouch reconstruction in optimising the post-operative outcome of patients after total rectal resection is now widely accepted and it...


Specific attention must also be directed to the patient's behavior during the pain. Pain caused by the stretching of smooth muscle (not only the intestinal tract but also the biliary tract and the ureter) is colicky in nature, not affected by movement, and affected patients tend to be restless. In contradistinction, patients whose

Renal carcinoma 171

C Renal cell carcinomas Distant metastases (50 affect the lung, 33 the bone). Local invasion (e.g. IVC obstruction, invasion of perinephric fat). Local haemorrhage, clot colic. Paraneoplastic syndromes are present in 30 . Transitional cell carcinomas Obstruction of urinary outflow, hydronephrosis.

Splenectomy 181

The spleen lies posteriorly in the left upper quadrant of the abdomen close to the 9th-11th rib with its long axis lying along the shaft of the 10th rib. It is surrounded by peritoneum, which passes from hilum to the greater curvature of the stomach and to the left kidney as the gastrosplenic ligament (contains short gastric and left gastroepiploic vessels) and splenorenal ligament (contains splenic vessels and the tail of the pancreas) respectively. It also has multiple avascular ligamentous attachments (e.g. phrenosplenic and splenocolic ligaments). It is posterior to the stomach and left colic flexure lateral to the left kidney and anterior to the left diaphragm, left costodiaphragmatic recess, left lung and 9th-11th rib.


Upper Abdomen Purtrugion

The classic clinical presentation is characterized by acute (colic) abdominal pain with drawing up of the legs, currant-jelly stools or hematochezia, and a palpable abdominal mass. These findings, however, are present in less than 50 of children with intussusception (DaneMan and Alton 1996). The onset of nonspecific abdominal symptoms in which vomitus predominates, the absence of passage of blood via the rectum (usually in cases of less than 48 h duration), and the inability to obtain a reliable clinical history may lead to dismissal of the diagnosis of intussusception in some cases. In some instances lethargy or convulsion is the predominant sign or symptom, this situation resulting in consideration of a neurologic disorder. Some cases in which the diagnosis is considerably delayed manifest as shock of unknown origin due to the progression of the disease to mechanical obstruction causing vascular comprise and bowel infarction. On the other hand, less than 50 of children with clinical...


Patients with marked haemolysis producing symptoms or requiring transfusion should be splenectomized, although preferably not before the age of 5 years (later if possible). Recurrent aplastic crises are also an indication. Attacks of cholecystitis or biliary colic warrant cholecystectomy and splenectomy, but symptomless gallstones are not a necessary indication.

Gallstone disease as

Biliary colic Sudden onset, severe right upper quadrant or epigastric pain, constant in nature. May radiate to right scapula, often precipitated by a fatty meal or alcohol. It often lasts several hours, may be associated nausea and vomiting. E Biliary colic Right upper quadrant or epigastric tenderness. _P Biliary colic is caused by impaction of a gallstone in the cystic duct. Resolves Conservative For mild symptoms of biliary colic, advice on a low fat diet may control symptoms in some patients. Medical Oral dissolution therapy is poorly effective, slow and has a high recurrence rate, only suitable for a small number of patients. If biliary colic is severe, this may require admission, nil by mouth, IV fluids with analgesic and antiemetics, if there are signs of infection, antibiotics should be prescribed. If symptoms fail to improve or worsen, a localised abscess or empyema should be suspected. This can be drained percutaneously by cholecystostomy and pigtail catheter. If there is...

Baby Sleeping

Baby Sleeping

Everything You Need To Know About Baby Sleeping. Your baby is going to be sleeping a lot. During the first few months, your baby will sleep for most of theday. You may not get any real interaction, or reactions other than sleep and crying.

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