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By Patricia B. Santora, Margaret L. Dowell, Jack E. Henningfield
Dependancy to alcohol, tobacco, and different medicinal drugs is among the significant public health and wellbeing problems with our time. It bills for one in all each 5 deaths within the usa and prices nearly one-half trillion money consistent with yr in overall healthiness care expenses and misplaced productiveness. Its human expenses are untold and maybe uncountable. dependancy and paintings places a human face on habit in the course of the inventive paintings of people who've been touched through it. The paintings incorporated the following provides distinctive tales approximately dependancy. Many items are stark representations of existence at the aspect. Others are nerve-racking contemplations of existence, which means, and dying. a few even replicate the attract of dependancy and a passion for substance abuse. A panel of habit scientists, artists, and execs from the paintings global chosen the sixty one items incorporated the following from greater than 1,000 submissions. observed by means of a written assertion from the artist, each one construction is emblematic of the damaging strength of habit and the regenerative strength of restoration. lovely and sometimes unsettling, this specific portfolio finds habit paintings as a robust supplement to habit technology.
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In Schneider HI (ed): Urolithiasis: Therapy/Prevention. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1985. 6. Extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy Using Double-J Stents: Technique, Pitfalls, Results, and Complications P. , P. , F. , C. , and G. D. Centro Calcolosi Clinica Urologica Universita di Genova Genoa. Italy Abstract On the basis of a series of 337 consecutive double-J stent placements in stone patients before ESWL, we are proposing the introduction of some angiographic techniques which can be useful in difficult cases.
The Cobra catheter then is withdrawn and the 6 or 7 Fr. double-J stent is pushed over the guide wire after dilation of the tract to 10 Fr. Attention should be paid notto kink the guide wire. If some kinking occurs, the Cobra catheter should be reinserted, the guide wire replaced, and the retrograde approach should be attempted. Retrograde double-J insertion requires cystoscopic grasping of the guide wire, retrograde introduction of the Cobra catheter, withdrawal of the guide, selective catheterization of the preferred calix, introduction of the stiff guide wire, and finally double-J insertion.
9), receiving intravenous fluids, alkalinization for uric acid stones, and antibiotics. They were followed with KUBs and sonography on alternate days during hospitalization and at monthly intervals thereafter, until complete stone clearance was achieved. Selected patients with radiolucent stones had an IVP three months after treatment. Results An adequate follow-up was available on 287 patients presenting with 292 upper ureteral stones. 4%) were stone free within three months of treatment, while 25 cases were considered failures, since 20 presented radiographically visible fragments and five required open surgery, as described above.