Strangulated umbilical hernia diagnosed by #POCUS, #FOAMed. Courtesy of Dr Hadiel Kaiyasah pic.twitter.com/bMI65rWvQ9— Laila Hussein (@UltrasoundEM) May 11, 2017
Strangulated umbilical hernia diagnosed by #POCUS, #FOAMed. Courtesy of Dr Hadiel Kaiyasah pic.twitter.com/bMI65rWvQ9
This is very insightful! Thank you for giving us more information about strangulated umbilical hernia, this seems like a very critical matter. Despite, I am glad that the video used some memes to explain the situation. Keep calm, always! All important reminders were given to be much more knowledgeable about this case, but also keeping the explanation fun and simple. Loop bowel seems like a very scary situation to be in, I hope there's a way to avoid this!
I had a right inguinal hernia and since I'm young, my family and doctors suggested I should go for open surgery to save cost and that I will recover soon. One day before operation I was admitted in the hospital for all the check up and morning 8 AM operation time got fixed. They gave anesthesia injection on lower spinal cord and covered my face with cloth so I don't see and feel afraid during the operation. Then at one point I asked the nurse if the operation was over or not started yet, because I didn't feel anything but I couldn't move my legs, and she said it was over. After the operation I was very cold. That they evening I was told to walk and I slowly started walking but had a lot of pain. After having an injection for pain and sleep, it lasted only 3 hours, and I got up at night and didn't sleep the entire night. Next day morning I started walking and came home. After 10 days I went for checkup and everything was ok, and till now no problem I'm perfectly fine.
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