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Antibiotics may be a better alternative to surgery for treating appendicitis, according to doctors at the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham. Infected and inflamed appendixes are removed before they burst and cause a potentially deadly infection.
Giving some appendicitis patients antibiotics instead of having them undergo surgery can be safe and effective, according to a new analysis...This tiny pouch attaches to the beginning of the large intestine. ''We conclude that antibiotic therapy is a
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16 March 2012 A 30-year-old child care worker who died after a routine bowel operation could have survived if doctors had taken her health concerns seriously, a coroner said today. Kirsty Woods died of an infection just 12 days after her operation at
A 109-year-old woman in Takatsuki, Osaka Prefecture, has undergone a successful appendectomy, likely becoming the oldest patient to have such surgery in Japan, the attending physician said Tuesday. Ai Onishi was diagnosed with acute appendicitis Feb.
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Botched surgery blamed for NHS Lanarkshire patient deaths The inquiry criticised substandard care at NHS Lanarkshire hospitals A fatal accident inquiry (FAI) has criticised substandard levels of care at NHS Lanarkshire which led to the deaths of