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From our beginnings in 1990 in primary healthcare, Healthway Medical has grown to become a respected medical group in Singapore. With over 100 clinics and medical centres, Healthway Medical has a wide network of medical centres and clinics in Singapore.

We offer comprehensive services including GP & family medicine clinics, health screening, adult specialists, baby & child specialists, dental services and allied healthcare services.

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Intestinal obstruction.....

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Angioplasty Procedure Animation Video

Emergency angioplasty is an operation that is performed directly after a heart attack, on admission to the hospital. It involves the insertion of a catheter into the blocked blood vessel that caused the heart attack. This opens it up and allows blood to flow again, thus minimizing damage to the heart.
If one or more arteries become clogged, it may result in a heart attack. This normally presents with chest pain, sweating and a feeling of anxiety, among other symptoms. Urgent medical assistance should be sought. A heart attack is a medical emergency requiring intervention as soon as possible.

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Let's ask this 12 year old kid which tool he prefers to successfully intubate a difficult airway in less than 20 seconds..."

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Dr. Nick demonstrates how easy it is to have stitches taken out and that it is not painful!

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Leading cardiologists Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, Director of Mount Sinai Heart and Herschel Sklaroff, MD, Clinical Professor of Medicine, Cardiology at Mount Sinai Heart were filmed for one-month for the “Making Rounds” documentary film as they cared for critically-ill heart patients in the Cardiac Care Unit at The Mount Sinai Hospital.

Watch Mount Sinai Heart doctors, fellows, residents, and nurses in action and saving lives demonstrating how simply listening to patients at the bedside remains medicine’s most indispensable tool over any technology.

In this film Mount Sinai Heart helps preserve the disappearing art and science of how to examine and diagnose patients at the bedside for future generations of physicians.

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Medical Terminology, Lesson 1: Introduction to Numbers, Locations, Colors, Body Systems and Organs

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Hey guys! In this video, you will learn basics of medical terminology starting with increased and decreased levels of processes, colours, bodily systems and various abdominal organs. In Lesson 2, we will discuss different types of pathologies and disease states along with different surgical and screening techniques.

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Survivor is coming up on its 43rd season this fall (whaaat??), and with all that reality TV goodness in the can already I knew there would be some medical moments to react to. Turns out, I was right, in that there have been a bunch of ailments on the show over the years! These injuries span the entire length of the whole series, so if you're a long time Survivor and Jeff Probst fan, this one is for you!

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Coloscopy | Colon Polyp Resection | Polypectomy

Colonoscopies are essential for detecting colorectal abnormalities, including colon polyps. Polypectomy, the surgical removal of these growths, can prevent them from becoming cancerous. This article offers a brief overview of colonoscopies, colon polyps, and polypectomy procedures.

A colonoscopy is an endoscopic examination allowing healthcare providers to visualize the colon and rectum using a colonoscope. The colonoscope, a flexible tube with a camera and light source, helps detect abnormalities, including polyps or tumors.

Colon polyps are abnormal growths arising from the colon's inner lining. While most polyps are benign, some can become malignant. Adenomatous polyps have a higher potential to become cancerous, whereas hyperplastic and inflammatory polyps pose a lower risk.

Polypectomy involves removing colon polyps during a colonoscopy. Two primary techniques include snare polypectomy, using a wire loop to cut the polyp, and cold forceps polypectomy, which employs forceps to grasp and remove smaller polyps.

Following a polypectomy, patients may experience mild discomfort or bleeding. Regular surveillance is crucial to minimize colorectal cancer risk. The frequency of surveillance colonoscopies depends on the number, size, and type of polyps found, as well as the patient's overall risk factors.

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Angioplasty: Medical 3D animation video. I was approached by client to create a detailed medical animation video to show the process of angioplasty and their product 3V Siris (stent) for internal training purpose. All aspect of project from pre-visualization, reference gathering, storyboarding to final render was delivered by us in 4 weeks.
Houdini was primarily used for modelling and animation while mantra for render. Nuke was used for compositing and CC.

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Tracheotomy and tracheostomy are surgical procedures that create an opening in the trachea (windpipe) to help patients breathe when they have difficulty doing so through the nose or mouth. Though they are similar in purpose, there are some key differences between them.

Tracheotomy is a temporary procedure that involves creating a small incision in the trachea to insert a breathing tube. The tube is typically removed once the patient no longer requires it, and the incision heals on its own. Tracheostomy, on the other hand, is a more permanent solution that involves creating a hole in the trachea and inserting a tracheostomy tube, which remains in place for an extended period.

Indications for these procedures include:

Airway obstruction due to trauma, tumors, or infection
Severe respiratory distress or failure
Prolonged mechanical ventilation
Inability to protect the airway due to neurological disorders or impaired consciousness
Steps for performing a tracheotomy and tracheostomy:

Preparation: The patient is positioned, and the neck area is cleaned and draped. Local anesthesia is often administered, although general anesthesia may be used in some cases.
Incision: A small incision is made in the neck, and the muscles and tissues are carefully separated to expose the trachea.
Tracheal opening: A small opening is made in the trachea, typically between the second and third tracheal rings.
Tube insertion: A tracheotomy tube is inserted through the incision and into the trachea for a tracheotomy, while a tracheostomy tube is inserted for a tracheostomy. Both tubes are secured in place.
Confirmation: Proper placement of the tube is confirmed by listening for breath sounds and checking for adequate ventilation.
Pre-operative care typically involves a thorough assessment of the patient's medical history, as well as any necessary imaging studies or lab tests to ensure the procedure is appropriate and safe. Informed consent should be obtained from the patient or their legal representative.

Post-operative care includes monitoring the patient's vital signs, ensuring the tube remains secure and patent, and managing any pain or discomfort. For tracheostomy patients, regular cleaning and maintenance of the stoma (the opening in the trachea) and the tracheostomy tube are essential to prevent infection and other complications. Long-term care may involve speech therapy, respiratory therapy, and support from a multidisciplinary team to address any ongoing needs.

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