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Surgery from 2002

  1. Is it standard procedure for people with diabetes to be given antibiotics prior to their operations? (10 Oct 2002)
  2. My 19 year old daughter, who has type 1 diabetes, has been approved for gastric bypass surgery, and I have several questions. (8 Sep 2002)
  3. Is tonsillectomy a surgery older people with diabetes should avoid? How will they monitor my blood sugars? (25 Jul 2002)
  4. My son is scheduled to have orthopedic surgery in the afternoon. How do we handle his treatment? (28 Jun 2002)
  5. My mom is scheduled to have a complete hysterectomy, and I am nervous because she has diabetes. (27 Jun 2002)
  6. How I can assist speedy recovery from the hip operation I am due to undergo? (27 Jun 2002)
  7. I have several medical problems, I'm scheduled for surgery, and my sugar is crazy. (8 Jun 2002)
  8. I have questions about the benefits of liposuction and/or stomach stapling. (1 Jun 2002)
  9. I am trying to gather information liposuction in people with type 1 diabetes to help alleviate the build up of scar tissue over the years. (1 Mar 2002)
  10. I am wondering what the complications of anesthesia are, if any, for child with diabetes. What about giving insulin, and eating? What should I be aware of? (17 Feb 2002)
  11. My mother-in-law's type 2 diabetes was controlled quite well with diet up until six months ago, when she had heart surgery after which she developed MRSA. (14 Jan 2002)

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