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Posted: 2018-01-13 08:25

i found your article after finding my own method of climbing up and down stairs by keeping my left leg straight and taking the weight with my good right leg. i am going to take time to read your diary. i have recently been diagnosed with FAI and am on waitlist for an appointment with a surgeon.

i think i will keep a diary too as it is so useful for other people who have been blown away with the pain, and the not knowing anything about what will happen following surgery.

thank you for your article.

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Dr. Zell''s interests in Foot and Ankle Surgery include: Hindfoot Reconstruction (for arthritis or flatfoot), forefoot reconstruction (such as bunion surgery), tendon disorders (such as Achilles tendonitis), nerve disorders (such as tarsal tunnel syndrome), and ankle/foot fractures. He has been able to use his training in Sports Medicine to become an expert on sports injuries of the ankle or foot and has been able to treat many of these conditions using advanced arthroscopic techniques.

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97. JCAHO standards require: 6) identification and assignment of personnel to cover all necessary staff positions under emergency conditions, 7) education as to their specific roles and responsibilities during emergencies, 8) information and skills required to perform assigned duties during emergencies, and 9) testing the response phase of EMPs twice a year, including a mandatory practice drill relevant to the priority emergencies in the organization''s HVA.

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# 689 Tammy

Tammy how are you doing ? Thanks to and all who commented! Tammy Im not sure as what do to now either but Id suggested from reading and researched over the past year is to pic the best surgeon you can and also chooses the type of procedure diligently as now I''m finding out from Dr. Salvo of the Rothman institute ( who is my second opinion ) that open and arthoscope are different. From what Ive gathered is during open procedure the femora is NOT!!! in full retraction there for the scoope can not go fully around the head as in Athro procedure its in FULL retraction ( aka the full head is visible and labrum there for it easier to see that the real problem is. My next step is Prolotherapy and or cortisone. Has anyone here gotten cortisone?

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A separate survey of ED evacuations at hospitals in the state of Washington also found a low incidence of secondary contamination of ED staff. Over a 5-year period, 656 hospitals reported only two evacuation incidents that also involved secondary contamination of staff, while ED evacuations due to hazardous substance incidents (usually caused by releases within the hospital) occurred 66 times. 76 The victims were not decontaminated prior to arrival at the hospital in either of the cases involving secondary contamination to staff (Burgess, 6999).

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Dr. Bradburn is an attending surgeon at the following health care centers: Yale-New Haven Hospital, Hospital of St. Raphael, Newington Hospital for Children, Veteran''s Administration Hospital, Yale Health Plan and Milford Hospital. He is a member of Section of Orthopaedics, Department of Surgery at Yale-New Haven Hospital, Veteran''s Administration Hospital and the Hospital of St. Raphael. He is a lecturer, Department of Pediatrics, Newington Hospital for Children and Coordinator, Yale University School of Medicine, Weekly Hand Conference.

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Prior to joining Kaleida Health, Mike was recruited to and served as the Public Affairs and Marketing Manager for Rural/Metro Medical Services, a national ambulance company. He oversaw all media, government and community relations, marketing, and contract compliance in Western New York. He also served as the statewide public information officer for Rural/Metro''s nationally recognized "Disaster Response Team."

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The appropriate employee training and PPE selection processes are defined in applicable OSHA standards. 6 An employee''s role and the hazards that an employee might encounter dictate the level of training that must be provided to any individual first receiver. PPE selection must be based on a hazard assessment that carefully considers both of these factors, along with the steps taken to minimize the extent of the employee''s contact with hazardous substances.

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Both heat and cold stress can decrease first responders'' ability to work safely for extended periods. Hospital A believes that in its hot, humid southern climate, heat stress presents the greatest threat to employee health. To combat this hazard, the hospital uses a combination of administrative controls and cooling devices. As noted above, team members whose vital signs are outside prescribed starting parameters are not allowed to don respiratory protection. 65 To further reduce the risk of heat stress, the team makes extensive use of icepack vests. 66 Freezers for icepacks are located in the Safety Office, fire department, and elsewhere for easy access. Although Hospital A recognizes that use of icepacks to combat heat stress is somewhat controversial, this hospital reports no problems among the many team members who have drilled over the years. Additionally, team members report that they find the icepack vests to be a comfortable asset in hot weather.

Dr. Klauser''s research includes studies on the treatment of rotator cuff injuries as well as complex knee trauma. He has served as faculty at both the ASMI Annual Injuries in Baseball and Football courses, and has served as an instructor at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. He has presented grand rounds several times at Albany Medical Center and at the Andrews Institute.

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Incidents involving hazardous substances are typically one-time incidents and medical monitoring is not required unless an employee develops signs or symptoms related to an exposure. Following such an occurrence, the hospital''s occupational health provider should follow the hospital''s regular policy regarding a chemically exposed worker. If an employee becomes ill or develops signs or symptoms specifically suggesting exposure to a particular contaminant, Hospital A would follow a policy designed for first responders that complies with the requirements outlined in OSHA''s HAZWOPER Standard 79 CFR (f).

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Laurie Garduque joined the is the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation in 6996 as the Director of Criminal Justice. She previously served as Director of the National Forum on the Future of Children and Families, a joint project of the National Research Council and the Institute of Medicine and was the Director of Governmental and Professional Liaison for the American Educational Research Association in Washington, . Laurie also spent a year as a Congressional Science Fellow in the . Senate and held a faculty position as an Assistant Professor in Human Development at the Pennsylvania State University.

The potential for hazardous materials exposure requires specific procedures for the protection of the patient, staff, and the environment. It differs from the other emergency situations because of that added risk of contamination to staff and facility. Worker safety and training are key factors in the management of these medical emergencies. Often these patients may arrive at the hospital unannounced. Patients being transported by EMS may not have been fully decontaminated prior to their arrival to the hospital.

TRANSIENT HEAT FATIGUE. Transient heat fatigue refers to the temporary state of discomfort and mental or psychological strain arising from prolonged heat exposure. Workers unaccustomed to the heat are particularly susceptible and can suffer, to varying degrees, a decline in task performance, coordination, alertness, and vigilance. The severity of transient heat fatigue will be lessened by a period of gradual adjustment to the hot environment (heat acclimatization).


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Post-decontamination triage for medical treatment should occur in the Hospital Post-decontamination Zone, after victims are inspected and found to be free of contamination. Some hospitals combine decontamination and initial medical treatment (such as antidotes), which means either the healthcare worker attempts medical triage while wearing PPE (preferred) or the worker is at risk of exposure from victims that have not been adequately decontaminated.

Hi just had the same surgery fai and labral tear about 5 weeks ago. I don''t think mine is successful yet as still feel all my referred pain in back knees and foot etc which worries me. Also get hot flushes and mild headaches. I was off crutches though after 9 weeks walking to work and this is what my surgeon recommended so was wondering why your recovery although successful took so long. I had 7 small incisions where he went in.

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