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“These tamponades are a high-impact, non-surgical, proven intervention for postpartum hemorrhaging.”
“Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding eulogised about spa's "non-surgical facelifts", and Flavia Cacace, a dancer on Strictly Come Dancing told the paper: "I like to go to Champneys Spa for a facial and a massage.”
“After pooling the results of five studies of non-surgical treatment of appendicitis, the authors concluded that, when an operating room isn't handy, treatment with intravenous and then oral antibiotics can be effective.”
“Such innovations include: a quarter-sized microscope that can transmit high-quality images via a mobile phone, lower cost intraocular lenses for cataract surgery, non-surgical methods for treating clubfoot, a high-performance prosthetic knee joint for amputees that costs only $20, a cheaper way to deliver IV fluids to children and an inexpensive, non-electronic device to warm premature babies.”
“But a growing number of men underwent non-surgical cosmetic procedures such as Botox injections and laser hair removal, according to the report.”
“The report estimates that more than 7.7 million people underwent non-surgical procedures in 2010.”
“The number of non-surgical procedures is underestimated by this report, Dr. Eaves said, because only board-certified physicians are surveyed.”
“Botox and Dysport injections, used to smooth wrinkles, were the most popular of the non-surgical procedures, with 2.4 million people receiving them in 2010.”
“A non-surgical procedure for treating narrowed arteries.”
“It's also possible rural residents have less access to non-surgical treatments, or view them as less desirable.”
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