Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy after Hair Transplantation Surgery Does Not Yield Better Hair Follicle Survival Rate

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy after Hair Transplantation Surgery Does Not Yield Better Hair Follicle Survival Rate

Published on August 13, 2020 by

Hyperbaric oxygen has been touted as effective by many different individuals as a favorable adjunct to many postsurgical issues. However, hyperbaric oxygen has been approved for very few uses, and there are even fewer large studies to support use of HBOT (hyperbaric oxygen therapy) for some of the postulated uses. Dr. Kenneth Hughes follows the […]

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The Google Bug Update of August 10th, 2020 and Its Aftermath

Published on August 13, 2020 by

The Google bug as it has been called on August 10th affected many plastic surgery sites and had many plastic surgeons worried.  Google claims to have the bug fixed.  Sadly this is not the case.  Dr. Kenneth Hughes keeps real-time copies of search results to monitor google index volatility over time.  Though much of the […]

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Board Certification in Plastic Surgery of Paramount Importance in the Midst of COVID Pandemic

Published on July 28, 2020 by

Board-certified plastic surgeons are held to the highest standards in their field, making them the only option when it comes to ensuring safe treatment and natural-looking results.  Seeking a board-certified plastic surgeon for any and all cosmetic treatments should be priority number one, now more than ever given the COVID pandemic.  Patients want to be […]

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The Great Hope for the Coronavirus Vaccine in the US

Published on July 27, 2020 by

Moderna’s vaccine candidate will enter Phase 3 testing next week. This phase of the trial is expected to involve tens of thousands of recipients and will determine how well the vaccine protects against developing coronavirus injection. The vaccine is a small snippet of messenger RNA similar to that of the virus. The messenger RNA that […]

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The Coronavirus Has Brought about the Demise of the Small Business and Highlighted the Need for Doctors

Published on July 4, 2020 by

President Trump has repeatedly said that he was going to protect small business owners in those employees associated with the small businesses. However nothing has been done. If anything the order to remain at home has forced many small business owners to go out of business and or fire all or part of the workforce. […]

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Cosmetic Plastic Surgery Restores Life to a Patient at Death’s Door

Published on July 4, 2020 by

Dr. Kenneth Hughes had another patient who came to the office for some revision cosmetic surgery and she was pleased with the results, but she still felt like she needed another surgery to improve her contours. Although Dr. Hughes felt confident that he could improve the condition further, she mentioned that she was not working […]

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COVID-19 Some Lessons Learned

Published on June 29, 2020 by

Dr. Kenneth Hughes has put together a few of the helpful facts about the novel coronavirus known thus far. To prevent the spread of Covid-19 : – social distancing – hand and face hygiene – wearing personal protective equipment All of these methods can all reduce the rate of transmission. In addition, once COVID-19 infects […]

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Latest News on Coronavirus (COVID-19) Mutation that Improved Viral Efficiency in Entering Lungs

Published on June 28, 2020 by

Dr. Kenneth Hughes has followed the infection and death statistics as the novel coronavirus has traveled from China to the Europe and to the United States.  The virus has infected more people as it has come to the United States and the death rate has been higher thus far.   How Does One Explain the […]

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No Protection from Unfair Lawsuits against Doctors during the Coronavirus Pandemic

Published on June 23, 2020 by

At present, hospitals, boards, and politicians have begged physicians to perform at great personal risk for Covid-19 exposure and death and make decisions far outside their training.  The old phrase of no good deed goes unpunished seems absolutely appropriate to characterize the sentiment among many in healthcare.  The California Medical Association (CMA) along with dozens […]

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Harvard Medical School with 2 Best Hospitals in the News

Published on June 23, 2020 by

Newsweek ranked the 50 top hospitals in 21 countries. The hospitals on the list are ranked based on recommendations from medical experts, including physicians and other healthcare professionals, patient survey results, and medical key performance indicators from a variety of public sources according to the magazine. The United States had 11 of the top 50 […]

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