Planification Assistée par Ordinateur en Radiothérapie des Cancers Biologie, Médecine PAORC - ERT 2007 et Santé http://portail.unice.fr/jahia/page11285.html Présentation Responsable Cette équipe a été créée au sein de l’Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis et de la Faculté de Médecine en 2008. Elle est dirigée par les professeurs JP. Gérard, JM.
InstructionsName:_____________________________________________________ Date of Birth_____/_____/_____ Age_______ Sex M F Address:____________________________________________________ City:____________________State:_________ Zip:___________ Hm Phone:_________________________________________________ Wk Phone:____________________________________________ Cell Phone:_________________________________________________E-mail:________________________________________________ Emergency contact:_______________________________Phone:______________________Relationship:__________________________ How were you referred to our office? __________________________May we contact you at home?________Email______Cell________ Please check off the other procedures which are of interest to you. Botox Cosmetic Fillers Photo Rejuvenation Vein Treatment Ablation (stopflow) Lipo Breast Aug HISTORY Are you under the care of a physician at this time? Yes No If yes, what is the condition?________________________ Do you use or have you used recreational drugs? Yes No Do you smoke? Yes No Are you on a special Diet? Yes No Height _________ Weight________ Do you fluctuate in weight? __________ By how much?_____________ Would you be interested in a weight loss program before/after surgery? Yes No Have you taken the prescription drugs Fenfluramine, Fenfluramine combined with Phentermine? Yes No (Fen-Phen), Dexfenfluramine (Redux), or other weight loss products? Have you ever had any of the following? Extensive bleeding which required special treatment? Yes No If yes, explain?______________________________ Medical cosmetic treatments? Yes No If yes, explain?______________________________ Lipo, Fractional or laser assisted surgery? Yes No If yes, explain?______________________________ Any complications with previous surgery? Yes No If yes, explain?______________________________ Abnormal or inguinal hernias? Previous back injury or nerve injuries? Yes No Chronic viral infections? Yes No Any family history of severe reaction to anesthesia or malignant hyperthermia? Personal or family history of blood clots in legs or lungs or leg swelling? Do you have any periodontal or dental disease? Yes No Has a root canal be recommended to you? Yes No Last pap? __________ Last Colonoscopy?__________ Last Bone density scan?__________Last Mammogram?___________ Ladies How many pregnancies?________ Are you pregnant? Yes No Method of contraception: Vasectomy Tubal Pill/Patch Injectable IUD Barrier Essure Last menstrual period?_______________How long is your period?_______________ Do you experience bleeding between periods? Yes No Drug Allergies: Gallbladder _______ _____________________ Tonsils _______ _____________________ Hysterectomy _______ _____________________ Heart Surgery _______ _____________________ Appendix _______ _____________________ Colon _______ _____________________ Other _______ _____________________ Breast Augmentation Pre-Operative History CHIEF CONCERN/COMPLAINT: Breast Atrophy / Breast Asymmetry / Post pregnancy Involution / Breast Ptosis Medication Causing Adverse OR Allergic Reactions: Prescription Medications Regular/ Intermittent: OTC, Non-Prescription Meds, Herbal Remedies, Vitamins, Weight Loss Meds: Which breast is larger? Right / Left / Neither. Which breast is lower? Right / Left / Neither Which breast is further from midline? Right / Left / Neither Which nipple and areola are larger? Right / Left / Neither. Which nipple and areola are lower? Right / Left / Neither Which nipple and areola are further from the midline? Right / Left / Neither Please list the things you don’t like about your breast. Please list the things you want to change about your breast Breast implant Surgery- Information
The amount of breast development in an adult female varies considerably. Some women simply never develop a large amount of breast tissue. Others note that their breast tissue becomes noticeably less in amount following pregnancies. The majority of women seeking this surgery seek only to have normal size breast that relate to their body proportions, and are not seeking to be exceptionally buxom. 2. How is the procedure done?
The operation consists of developing a pocket behind the breast tissue. An implant is placed in this area, between the breast and muscle, under the muscle or the fascia covering the muscle. The implant pushes the breast forward and fills out loose skin. The most common way to gain access to the area behind the breast is through an incision approximately two inches long lying in the crease under the breast. Other approaches include making an incision in the axilla (arm pit) or around the nipple. These approaches will be discussed with you if you wish but it will cost more and have more side effects. The size of the implant to be used is determined by the amount of the existing breast tissue that you have and by your height, weight, and general body stature. The implant behind the breast should not interfere with future breast-feeding potential. There is probably no greater tendency to develop cysts or lumps in the breast with implants than without. Implants are not known to cause cancer. The FDA web site at http:/www.fda.gov/cdrt/breastimplants/index.html provides more instruction. 3. Where is the operation done?
This operation can be done on a short stay outpatient, or as an office procedure. In the facility, we will perform your procedure under local anesthesia. Whether the procedure is done in outpatient surgery or in the office, under local anesthesia you will be given sedation and you should have no pain with the procedure. Generally, there is little risk in the use of local anesthesia. However, in some cases there can be a reaction, varying from minor rashes to death. Local anesthesia is safer than general anesthesia, and has a quicker recovery without impaired healing. You will be sent home from observation with post-operative instructions. 4. What may I do after the surgery?
For the first few days you must rest and relax. You will be wearing the stretch bras without under-wiring and with a clasp in front (as we will recommend to you). You may make gentle minor adjustments in the bras and their straps as needed for comfort. You may sit or lie on your back or either side. You may get up to go to the bathroom and for meals. There should be no housework at all for the first full week. It is important to be cool and calm. Avoid overheating, contact with small children, excitement of any kind, and arms above the shoulders as needed in the first three days. Passive sexual activity may be resumed on the second day, but vigorous activity is NOT allowed for at least 4 weeks post- surgery. You may not shower until after your first post-op visit. You should wear the recommended bras most of the time in the first three to six weeks and especially in the first 3 weeks. Sutures will be removed no sooner than 2 weeks. The time for your next return appointment will be recommended to you after surgery, depending on your needs. Most of the discomfort will be over after 3-4 days. You may have some tenderness that will last for weeks to several months. After about a week, you may do light housework such as washing dishes. You should avoid hot baths and vigorous activity for at least 4 weeks, and should not participate in any sports such as jogging, swimming, bowling, tennis, etc. until 6 weeks after surgery. Breast implant Surgery- Information
What complications can occur?
As with any surgery, you can have a scar. Fresh scars are usually firm and red for a period of several months, and then they gradually
improve over the period of about one year. The scar at the crease of the breast will generally be no more than 1/8 of an inch in width. It
rarely would be wider than this and usually would be narrower than 1/8 of an inch. No guarantee can be made concerning the appearance of
your scar. Each person heals differently and neither the physician nor the patient can control the patient’s healing results. The scar will be
As with any operation, you might possibly develop an infection. Infection, if at all present, is generally limited to a very small area and
simply results in delayed healing for a few days. The most serious infection possible would result in a total wound breakdown and would
require removal of the implant. After a satisfactory period of healing (three to six months), the implant could be replaced.
Following the surgery, you may expect some “black and blue” discoloration especially near the incisions, but a larger amount of bleeding
may result in a hematoma, which is a collection of clots around the implant. A hematoma is an unusual complication, but if present in a
significant amount, the hematoma should be evacuated. This would require opening the incision and removal of the blood clots. The wound
would then be re-closed. Hematomas, if they develop, usually are noticed in the first few days after surgery.
Numbness or tenderness of the nipples or skin around the incision may be present after surgery, but this is generally temporary. A
permanent change in sensation of the nipples is uncommon.
Occasionally breasts become firm following implant surgery. The implant itself does not become firm, but the firmness is due to the
formation of a capsule of scar tissue around the implant. If this capsule contracts excessively, it will squeeze the implant into a firm mass.
While some firmness is beneficial to some patients, excessive firmness is not desirable. If excessive firmness develops, you may benefit by
re-opening the incision and splitting the scar capsule, which has formed around the implant. You will be asked to do breast exercises to
Inflatable implants have less of the firmness problem or capsules than silicone gel implants. It is possible, however, for the inflatable
implants to leak and become smaller in size, requiring replacement. Approximately 10 years experiences with inflatable implants indicate at
least a ten percent leakage rate.
6. On the morning of the operation, you should not smoke or eat a heavy meal. 7. Try to arrive near the schedule time. Think pleasant thoughts. You are not expected to have any discomfort at all. You should expect a 8. Following surgery you will be observed in recovery. You may be ready to go home about 2 hours after your arrival. You must stay longer if needed. Additional instructions are available for the person taking you home. You should have a prescription for pain pills and an antibiotic to take after surgery. Call our office to ask for the prescription if you do not have it. 9. Arrange with the office for a time to be seen the next day, then in 2 weeks, three months and a year. Date: _________________________ Patient’s Name: ___________________________ Date of Birth: _____________________________ We must call on occasion to discuss confidential protected health information. Below is a list of potential ways for us to communicate this information. Please indicate how you would like us to get this information to you: __ It’s okay to call my home phone number Okay to leave a message? __ yes __no __ It’s okay to call my mobile number __ It’s okay to call my work phone number. Okay to leave a message? __yes __no __ Call only this number. _______________ Okay to leave a message? __yes __no __ Do not speak to family members. I give permission to the individual(s) listed below to receive protected health information: __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ This authorization can be revoked or modified by notifying us IN WRITING at any time. Patient’s Signature______________________________________Date_________________ PATIENT-PHYSICIAN ARBITRATION AGREEMENT
Section 1: I agree to binding arbitration to resolve any claim I may have against Keri Sweeten, M.D., or her staff. If I wish to assert a claim for
medical malpractice, including any claim that medical services were unnecessary or unauthorized or were improperly, negligently, or
incompetently rendered, I agree that such claim will be submitted to binding arbitration by the American Arbitration Association, and not by a
lawsuit or resort to court proceedings. I agree that both parties to this contract are giving up their constitutional right to have any such claim
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To Our Valued Patients: We would like to explain our policy regarding our Arbitration Agreement. We are concerned about the rising cost for medical liability insurance and the growing number of physicians who are leaving the practice of medicine because of the threat of malpractice litigation. It is our feeling that our Arbitration Agreement discourages frivolous litigation, and may help prevent increases in medical liability insurance premiums. Binding arbitration can also resolve claims more quickly and at less expense than court proceedings, and can avoid years of appeals. We believe this benefits both the patient and the physician. The American Arbitration Association is a nationally-recognized organization which has qualified neutral arbitrators available to decide claims in a prompt and fair manner. We are very grateful for your understanding and cooperation in this matter. Please feel free to discuss any concerns with our physicians or our office manager. We will understand and respect your decision if you elect not to sign this Agreement. If you decide not to sign the Agreement, then we will happily see you in consultation today and for the next 30 days; after this 30-day period we would request that you seek further care with another physician. We can provide you with the names of other surgeons. Sincerely, Keri Sweeten, M.D. Medication and Foods that Potentially
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