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Why do you have to fast before orthroscopic knee surgery

sammyj you are right it is because of anesthesia. A more important risk when you have anesthesia is if you should regurgitate some of the food and it go into your lungs. If that happens there is a very high risk for pneumonia. Of course there is the risk of choking. My friend who was not going ...

Who is youngest patient to undergo bypass surgery? (CABG)

According to one article I read at http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/health1/doctors-perform-bypass-surgery-on-20-month-old-boy_100198425.html, the youngest patient was not even 2-years-old.

Anyone had patellar-tendon transfer surgery?

P.S. A TKR is designed to last about 10 years with normal wear and tear. No sports. At the time of my last one a new design was being introduced that last about 15 years. So at that rate it would have to be replaced 4 - 6 times by the time he reached 75 if he was not active.

What is breat implants???? explain clearly pls?

Many women have it done to 'improve' or enhance their appearance. They claim their spouse wants them to have it. Ha! They just don't like them themselves because they are way too small. They seem to have a psychological hang up about being small.