Floating Rib Syndrome

Floating (Slipping) rib syndrome Floating (Slipping) rib syndrome, first mentioned by Edgar Ferdinand Cyriax in 1919, is a rare condition that results from hypermobility of costal cartilage tips. Neither classification nor the exact cause of this condition is clearly defined. As a result, slipping rib syndrome goes by many other Read more…

What is an Inpatient Surgery?

What is an Inpatient Surgery? Inpatient surgery refers to any surgical procedure after which a patient needs to remain in hospital overnight or longer. The length of stay depends on the patient’s health status and the type of procedure performed. While there is a clear tendency to move several minimally Read more…

Medical Device Clinical Trials

Medical Device Clinical Trials Based on the region, there are different classification systems, definitions and requirements for medical devices also vary. In U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is in charge of controlling every step, including clinical trials, to determine if medical devices meet safety and effectiveness standards before they Read more…

10 of the Best Books For Anatomy

10 Best Books For Anatomy During my medical training one of the most challenging and difficult-to-memorize subjects would definitely have to be anatomy. Anatomy is the study of body structure, hence detailed images and textual explanations are necessary for effective studying. All the bulky information about the muscles, bones, blood Read more…