Let me starts with short explanation which led me to write these words to encourage all of you who had experienced or are still experiencing the problem and situation I had gone through. One evening just talking with my partner (who is also a doctor and we operated together in many cases although she is a gynecologist, but our interest is the same in oncology problematic and we started the cooperation in multidisciplinary field of oncology patients) about work we’ve done together, cases and patients to whom we changed the course of life, because most of the cases where defying prec edents in diagnostics and treatment of their diseases and also had impact on the quality and their survival rate.
An interesting article titled “Frequency and Characteristics of Nodal and Deltoid FDG and 11-C Choline uptake on PET imaging performed after COVID-19 vaccination” was recently published in American Journal of Roentgenology
Comments on article Continuous shortwave diathermy with exercise reduces pain and improves function in Lateral Epicondylitis more than sham diathermy: A randomized controlled trial
I read very carefully the article “Continuous shortwave diathermy with exercise reduces pain and improves function in Lateral Epicondylitis more than sham diathermy: A randomized controlled trial.” by Babaei-Ghazani et al. (2020)  and I would like to congratulate the authors because this was the first trial to investigate the effectiveness of Continuous Shortwave Diathermy (CSWD) in Lateral Epicondylitis (LE) patients.
COVID-19 emerged in the later part of 2019 is a public health emergency of international concern. Though definite treatment and vaccine against the Coronavirus are not available, yet COVID-19 prevention and prophylaxis are important to appease the pandemic burden. An effective prophylactic agent will prevent disease in high-risk groups, e.g., medical professionals managing COVID-19 patients.
Specialty Gown for Mastectomy Patients Designed to Improve Drainage System Management, Patient Experience
– Patients report frustration with the physical management of drainage reservoirs following a procedure. The reservoirs are typically pinned to the gown. These pins can become undone, leading to fallen reservoirs or dislodged drainage tubes, tangles, harm to the patient, and significant anxiety [5, 6]. The Papilla gown uses a two-layer system to provide secure drains which are set inside of the pockets that cover up the drainage reservoirs.