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Prime Care Urgent Care in Cumming Ga


Prime Care Urgent Care in Cumming Ga

http://www.myprimecare.com/
What Do We Specialize In?
Urgent Care and Main Care Medicine
Adults and Young children (normally above age 2 years old)
Minor emergencies (that Never call for ER Care)
Wound Care: Lacerations (Suture, Staple, Tissue Glue), Burns
‘On the Job’ or Worker’s Compensation injuries, DOT
Sports and Orthopedic Injuries
Yearly Wellness Exams
Pre-Employment, Sports and School Physical Exams
Travel Medicine and Immunizations
Allergies, Sinusitis, Strep Throat, Asthma, Bronchitis, COPD, Pneumonia, UTI, IBS, Reflux, Back Strain, Joint Sprains, Fractures, Arthritis, Migraines, Insomnia, Minor Depression, Anxiousness, Stress Reaction, and so on.

What Solutions Do We Give ?
In Clinic Digital X-Rays
In Clinic ‘Stat Labs,’ and Send out Specialty Labs
EKGs, Pulmonary Function Testing, WC and DOT Exams
Orthopedic Splints and Crutches.

PrimeCare Hours
Open Every day
10 am – six pm

PrimeCare Urgent Care
1628 Market place Spot Blvd.
Marketplace Spot Village (subsequent to Provino’s)
Cumming, GA 30041
(770) 292-9982
http://MyPrimeCare.com

Image from page 283 of “Minor surgery and bandaging, like the therapy of fractures and dislocations ..” (1891)
Identifier: minorsurger00whar
Title: Minor surgery and bandaging, such as the therapy of fractures and dislocations ..
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: Wharton, Henry R. (Henry Redwood), 1853-1925
Subjects: Surgical Procedures, Minor Bandages and bandaging Bandages
Publisher: Philadelphia, Lea brothers &amp co.
Contributing Library: Yale University, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library
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splaced the isthmus of the thyroid gland upwardor downward, the trachea, yellowish-white in look,covered by the tracheal fascia, ought to be exposed this fasciashould subsequent be thoroughly broken up with the director orhandle of the knife so as to bare the trachea, and in doingthis the operator can really feel it crepitate below the finger fromthe suction of air drawn in with inspiration. Havingarrived at this stage of the operation the operator shouldexamine the wound to see that it is totally free from hemorrhageand he ought to also replace the retractors so as to expose as 282 MINOR SURGERY, large a portion as attainable of the trachea, for, be the caseever so urgent, he now feels assured that he can open thetrachea in a moment if the breathing must cease. Thetrachea is now fixed with a tenaculum introduced into it alittle to one side of the median line an incision is madeinto it with a narrow knife from beneath upward, from 1-half to three-fourths of an inch in length (Fig. 205), care Fig. 205.

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Opening the trachea. (Liston.) being taken to see that this incision is in the median line,for if the trachea be opened by a lateral incision the wounddoes not heal so promptly and the tracheotomy-tube does notfit well, and its reduce extremity might lead to injury to themucous membrane of the trachea. If the wound be a deepone, soon after fixing the trachea with the tenaculum the opera-tor could lift it slightly from its bed, thereby bringing it moreprominently into view and making it more superficial inthe wound, thus facilitating its opening. As soon as theincision is produced into the trachea there is a gush of air fromthe wound in the trachea mixed with blood or membrane thisshould be wiped away with a sponge and a tracheal dilatorshould subsequent be introduced and the trachea ought to be clearedof membrane, if it is present in the region of the wound,with a feather or with forceps. The tracheotomy-tube is OPERATION OF TRACHEOTOMY. 283 subsequent introduced and is secured in position by tapes tiedaround the

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  1. Lisa Joyner says:

    I waited 3hours just to go to see the doctor. And I have been waiting for over 30 min. Now and still no doctor. U was told at beginning it would be a 45 min.wait!

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