Monthly Archives: September 2017

  • Anesthesia Development in Pediatric Dentistry

Anesthesia Development in Pediatric Dentistry

Dental decay and periodontal conditions are increasingly becoming common occurrence conditions, particularly to the children. Consequently, the increase in the number of kids requiring dental attention has led to an upsurge for the need for ambulatory anesthesia.  A joint study showed that the low percentage of adverse effects of the anesthesia-based treatment is evidence to justify the safety and effectiveness

By |September 25th, 2017|0 Comments
  • Underwater Colonoscopy

Underwater Colonoscopy

This article may be of interest to our GI clients and partners, and the general public. Researchers have found that “underwater” colonoscopy enables endoscopists to detect considerably more polys than traditional air insufflation.  This includes more sessile serrated polyps in the right colon. People with a history of inflammatory bowel disease or who have a family history which puts them

By |September 18th, 2017|0 Comments
  • A Dietary Approach for Reducing GI Disease

A Dietary Approach for Reducing GI Disease

In 2012, 117 million Americans had at least one chronic health condition and most of these involved the gastrointestinal tract, as estimated by the CDC. About 86% of spending on health care that year was allocated toward these chronic diseases. Since gastrointestinal disorders can affect 60 million to 70 million Americans, reducing cases needs to be a top priority for

By |September 11th, 2017|Tags: |0 Comments
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