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  • The Day of Total Knee Replacement
    On the day of total knee replacement, you will be given an EKG and an intravenous line for medications. This eMedTV Web page discusses what else you can expect on the day of your surgery and how to prepare yourself beforehand.
  • Tissue Engineering and Osteoarthritis
    As this eMedTV resource explains, researchers are studying whether osteoarthritis could potentially be treated with tissue engineering. Osteoarthritis patients could possibly benefit from various types of tissue engineering (such as gene therapy).
  • Total Hip Replacement
    Total hip replacement is a surgery that involves replacing the affected hip with an artificial hip joint. This eMedTV selection takes a closer look at this procedure, with information on safety, outcomes, and more.
  • Total Hip Replacement - Presentation Summary
    This clip offers a summary of total hip replacement.
  • Total Hip Replacement -- Major Complications
    This video takes a look at some possible major complications.
  • Total Hip Replacement -- Minor Complications
    This video lists some of the possible minor complications of this procedure.
  • Total Hip Replacement and Allergic Reactions
    As with any medication, the drugs used for hip replacement surgery can cause adverse reactions. This page of the eMedTV site discusses total hip replacement and allergic reactions, including possible symptoms of a reaction, such as a skin rash.
  • Total Hip Replacement and the Operating Room
    This eMedTV resource talks about total hip replacement and the operating room, including what you might experience. For example, you may notice many unfamiliar sights and sounds in the operating room, such as monitors and surgical equipment.
  • Total Hip Replacement Anesthesia
    This eMedTV segment describes the most common types of total hip replacement anesthesia -- spinal and general. Both types keep you from feeling pain during surgery. The difference is that general anesthesia puts you into a deep sleep.
  • Total Hip Replacement Risks -- Abnormal Scarring
    This multimedia clip addresses the issue of abnormal scarring, which may occur with this procedure.
  • Total Hip Replacement Risks -- Allergic Reaction To Medication
    This video explains why allergic reactions to medicines occur and how likely they are.
  • Total Hip Replacement Risks -- Bleeding and Transfusions
    This multimedia clip discusses whether bleeding is normal during and after the procedure.
  • Total Hip Replacement Risks -- Blood Clots
    This video clip gives an overview of blood clots, including how they are treated.
  • Total Hip Replacement Risks -- Bone Healing Problems
    This video segment explains the bone healing problems that can occur with total hip replacement.
  • Total Hip Replacement Risks -- Change in Leg Length
    This multimedia clip explains why a change in leg length may occur with total hip replacement.
  • Total Hip Replacement Risks -- Dislocated Hip
    This video segment discusses the risk of a dislocated hip occurring with total hip replacement.
  • Total Hip Replacement Risks -- Extra Bone Forming Around Implant
    This video clip discusses extra bone forming around the implant after total hip replacement.
  • Total Hip Replacement Risks -- Final Thoughts
    This clip explains how you can reduce your risk of complications from the procedure.
  • Total Hip Replacement Risks -- Fractures
    This video clip explains why fractures can occur with a total hip replacement surgery.
  • Total Hip Replacement Risks -- Heart Attack
    This interactive clip talks about the risk of heart attack during this procedure.
  • Total Hip Replacement Risks -- Infection
    This video segment discusses the risk of infection associated with this procedure.
  • Total Hip Replacement Risks -- Loss of Life
    This multimedia segment discusses the risk of loss of life that can occur with this procedure.
  • Total Hip Replacement Risks -- Nerve Damage
    This video discusses the risk of nerve damage associated with hip replacement surgery.
  • Total Hip Replacement Risks -- Unstable Implant
    This clip discusses the possibility of an unstable implant occurring over time with this procedure.
  • Total Hip Replacement Risks If You Already Have Arthritis or Take Steroids
    This clip explains how risk for infection is higher if you have arthritis or take steroids.
  • Total Knee Replacement
    A total knee replacement is a surgical procedure that involves replacing the knee with a metal implant. This eMedTV resource explains when this surgery might be necessary and discusses the potential results.
  • Total Knee Replacement - Presentation Summary
    This video clip gives a summary of total knee replacement.
  • Total Knee Replacement -- What Happens if You Don't Have It?
    This clip talks about what may happen if you decide not to get a total knee replacement.
  • Total Knee Replacement Anesthesia
    This segment of the eMedTV archives explains the two most common types of total knee replacement anesthesia -- general and spinal. It also explains how each is administered, and how they work during your knee replacement surgery.
  • Total Knee Replacement Expectations
    This eMedTV Web page offers statistics on results from knee replacement surgery -- most patients obtain relief from their symptoms. This page also emphasizes the importance of discussing total knee replacement expectations with your healthcare provider.
  • Total Knee Replacement Risks -- Final Thoughts
    This clip explains how you can reduce your risk of complications from the procedure.
  • Total Knee Replacement Risks as a Diabetic
    This video clip explains some of the health risks associated with diabetes.
  • Total Knee Replacement Risks If You Already Have Arthritis or Take Steroids
    This clip explains how risk for infection is higher if you have arthritis or take steroids.
  • Transplant and Gengraf
    People who have had an organ transplant may take Gengraf to prevent rejection. This eMedTV Web page explores this use for the drug in some detail, with information on how and when it is taken, as well as the different forms available.
  • Treating Rheumatoid Arthritis With Alternative Medicine
    As this eMedTV segment explains, it is important to let your healthcare provider know if you are thinking of treating rheumatoid arthritis with alternative medicine. This article covers some of the key points to keep in mind as you make a decision.
  • Treatment for Hip Arthritis
    Several different treatments for hip arthritis are available, as this video segment explains.
  • Treatment for Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
    Medications, exercise, and physical therapy are some possible treatments for juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. This eMedTV page explores these treatment options in detail, including examples of drugs used to treat the condition.
  • Treatments for Knee Arthritis
    Several different treatments for knee arthritis are available, which this video clip describes.
  • Treatments for Osteoarthritis
    This eMedTV article explains how treatments for osteoarthritis, such as medications and pain-relief techniques, help manage symptoms and improve joint care. The exact treatments used will vary, depending on factors such as the affected joints.
  • Try Tea
    Tea packs a powerful punch, at least in terms of antioxidants. Finding one you like and will drink regularly is probably more important than the particular type (white, green, etc.). Tea does you no good if it sits in your kitchen cabinet for months on end without being used. If you swap a cup of tea for your usual cup of coffee, you'll also reap the benefits of lower caffeine intake.
  • Tylanol
    Tylenol is an over-the-counter pain reliever and fever reducer. This part of the eMedTV library explains when and how to take the drug and lists the various forms and strengths that are available. Tylanol is a common misspelling of Tylenol.
  • Tylenal
    Tylenol, which is available without a prescription, can be used to relieve pain and reduce fever. This eMedTV Web page offers more information on Tylenol and its effects, dosing, and possible side effects. Tylenal is a common misspelling of Tylenol.
  • Tylenol
    Tylenol is a pain reliever and fever reducer that is available without a prescription. This eMedTV page explains how the medication works to relieve fever and inflammation, lists the various strengths available, and describes possible side effects.
  • Tylenol 325 Mg
    Regular-strength Tylenol contains 325 mg of medication. As this eMedTV segment explains, two tablets are typically taken every four to six hours, as needed, to relieve pain. This page also describes dosing for children and warns against taking too much.
  • Tylenol 500 Mg
    This page from the eMedTV library explains that both liquid and extra-strength Tylenol contain 500 mg of the medication. This page describes the typical dosages for this strength and stresses the importance of monitoring how much Tylenol you take.
  • Tylenol 650 Mg
    There are many different strengths of Tylenol, from 650 mg down to 325 mg. This page from the eMedTV site provides recommended dosing guidelines for one particular strength of Tylenol and explains why it is important to avoid taking too much.
  • Tylenol and Alcohol
    Drinking while taking Tylenol can increase your risk for acetaminophen poisoning. This eMedTV resource discusses the link between Tylenol and alcohol in more detail and describes the possible complications that may occur if you combine the two.
  • Tylenol and Breastfeeding
    Tylenol is generally considered to be the safest pain reliever for nursing women. This eMedTV page explains whether breastfeeding is safe while taking Tylenol and discusses the importance of talking to your doctor about your situation.
  • Tylenol and Pregnancy
    Tylenol is considered one of the safest pain relievers for use during pregnancy. This eMedTV Web page offers more information on Tylenol and pregnancy, including an explanation of the possible complications the drug could cause in pregnant women.
  • Tylenol Caplets
    As this eMedTV page explains, Tylenol comes in many different forms, including caplets, tablets, and EZ tabs. This article lists the other forms in which this nonprescription pain reliever is sold and talks about the strengths in which they are available.
  • Tylenol Dangers
    If you have liver problems, you should talk to your healthcare provider before taking Tylenol. This eMedTV Web resource takes a closer look at why Tylenol may be dangerous for certain people and describes some of the potential symptoms of an overdose.
  • Tylenol Dosage
    The recommended Tylenol dosage for regular/extra-strength versions is two tablets every four to six hours. This eMedTV page lists dosing guidelines for other forms of Tylenol, including Children's Tylenol, and offers precautions for taking the drug.
  • Tylenol Drug Class
    Contrary to popular belief, Tylenol is not in the NSAID drug class. This page from the eMedTV Web site explains how Tylenol differs from NSAIDs, lists conditions it is used to treat, and links to more information on what this medication is used for.
  • Tylenol Drug Information
    This segment of the eMedTV archives provides important information on Tylenol, a drug used to reduce fevers and relieve pain. This page provides a brief overview of how the medicine works and what to consider before taking it.
  • Tylenol Drug Interactions
    Medications that may cause Tylenol drug interactions include warfarin, carbamazepine, and isoniazid. This eMedTV Web page lists other medicines that may interact with Tylenol and explains what may happen if you take these drugs together.
  • Tylenol for Arthritis
    As explained in this part of the eMedTV site, Tylenol can be used to reduce pain caused by arthritis and many other conditions. This segment briefly discusses using Tylenol for arthritis and provides a link to more information on this product.
  • Tylenol Indications
    Tylenol is often used to treat pain caused by arthritis, headaches, and several other medical conditions. This eMedTV selection briefly describes the indications for Tylenol and includes a link to more detailed information on this topic.
  • Tylenol Medication for Pain
    One of the most common pain medications around is Tylenol. This page from the eMedTV archives provides a brief overview of this product, with information on how it works, how often it is taken, and why it should not be taken more often than directed.
  • Tylenol Medication Information
    Inflammation and pain associated with various conditions can often be treated with Tylenol. This eMedTV segment provides some important information on this medication, such as possible side effects and how often it should be taken.
  • Tylenol Oral
    This eMedTV resource provides a brief overview of the oral drug Tylenol. This selection lists a few conditions this medication can treat, the different forms available, how often it should be taken, and when to seek the advice of a healthcare provider.
  • Tylenol Overdose
    In the first 24 hours after a Tylenol overdose, you may experience diarrhea, nausea, or irritability. This eMedTV article lists other possible symptoms, discusses the dangers of Tylenol overdose, and explains what treatment options are available.
  • Tylenol Overdose Symptoms
    Vomiting, diarrhea, and liver failure are just a few of the possible symptoms of a Tylenol overdose. This eMedTV article takes a closer look at the potentially dangerous symptoms that can occur and explains what to do if you think you have taken too much.
  • Tylenol Pain Medicine
    People often look to the medicine Tylenol to relieve pain. This selection from the eMedTV library provides a brief overview of this drug, with information on how it works, how often it should be taken, and when it should be avoided.
  • Tylenol Pain Reliever
    One of the most familiar medications used to relieve pain is Tylenol. This eMedTV resource presents a brief overview of this common drug, with information on its effects, conditions Tylenol can treat, and when and how to take it.
  • Tylenol Pills
    Available in many forms, including liquid and pills, Tylenol is a nonprescription drug used to treat pain. This eMedTV segment talks about the different strengths of this medicine and explains the general dosing guidelines for how and when to take them.
  • Tylenol Poisoning
    Tylenol is one of the most common causes of poisonings worldwide. This article from the eMedTV archives discusses both intentional and accidental Tylenol poisoning in more detail and explains how you can help prevent an accidental overdose.
  • Tylenol Risks
    Most people are able to take Tylenol safely; however, it may not be the best choice for everyone. This eMedTV article talks about the risks associated with Tylenol, including life-threatening side effects that can occur in rare cases.
  • Tylenol Safety
    Tylenol is generally well tolerated, but it is unsuitable for people with certain medical conditions. This eMedTV page briefly explores Tylenol safety issues, including important considerations to discuss with your doctor before taking it.
  • Tylenol Side Effects
    Unless you take too much of the drug, Tylenol side effects are not likely to occur. This section of the eMedTV library lists potentially serious but uncommon side effects that may occur if you overdose on Tylenol.
  • Tylenol Strengths
    This eMedTV page explains that Tylenol comes in several different strengths. This segment provides dosing guidelines for two types of Tylenol, lists a few factors that affect a person's dose, and explains why it is important to avoid taking too much.
  • Tylenol Tablets
    This article from the eMedTV site explains that Tylenol comes in many different forms, from tablets to a liquid. This page also describes how this drug works, how often it should be taken, and safety considerations to keep in mind.
  • Tylenol Uses
    Minor aches and pains caused by arthritis, headaches, and other conditions can be treated with Tylenol. This eMedTV article lists other specific Tylenol uses (including off-label uses) and explains whether the drug is approved for use in children.
  • Tylenol Warnings and Precautions
    Tylenol can potentially cause liver damage. This page on the eMedTV Web site offers more important Tylenol warnings and precautions, including a list of other possible complications that may occur and information on who should not take the drug.
  • Tylinal
    Tylenol is a non-prescription medicine licensed to treat fever and pain. This eMedTV page offers a brief overview of Tylenol, including dosing tips and precautions. A link to more information is also included. Tylinal is a common misspelling of Tylenol.
  • Tylnol
    Tylenol is an over-the-counter drug that is commonly used to treat minor aches and pains. This eMedTV article lists possible side effects of the drug and describes the various Tylenol products available. Tylonol is a common misspelling of Tylenol.
  • Tylonal
    Tylenol is a medication that is available over the counter to relieve pain and reduce fever. This eMedTV resource describes the various forms of Tylenol available and lists possible side effects of the drug. Tylonal is a common misspelling of Tylenol.
  • Tylonel
    Tylenol is a non-prescription medication that is commonly used for reducing fever and relieving pain. This eMedTV page briefly covers the effects of Tylenol and provides a link to more detailed information. Tylonel is a common misspelling of Tylenol.
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