non-blinded surgeon/injector

Spanish translation: cirujano no ciego

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English term or phrase:non-blinded surgeon
Spanish translation:cirujano no ciego
Entered by: Fedele
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02:26 Jan 21, 2003
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
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English term or phrase: non-blinded surgeon/injector
in double-blind trial. These people need not be blinded so they are not going to use general anaesthesia if
not good for the patient.
Fedele
Argentina
Local time: 02:26
cirujano no ciego (técnica de "simple ciego") // inyector
Explanation:
doble ciego = ni el médico ni el paciente saben la medicación administrada (los dos "ciegos")
simple ciego= el paciente no sabe la medicación que toma, pero el médico sí( paciente "ciego")
Cuando se trata de operaciones, por lógica se debe seguir el método
"simple ciego" (el paciente), por lo tanto el cirujano es "no-ciego".En algunos sitios se le denomina "tuerto"
______________________________________
"La enfermedad de La Peyronie sigue constituyendo un enigma. La reciente introducción de un modelo animal experimental, el desarrollo de ensayos clínicos doble-ciego, controlados con placebo para nuevas drogas, así como la aplicación de técnicas de diagnóstico molecular permitirán iluminar muchas parcelas aún oscuras de este trastorno de la cicatrización de la túnica albugínea del pene.
Teasley en 1954 introduce los corticoides intraplaca como tratamiento. El dolor y la dificultad derivada de las altas presiones necesarias para lograr infiltrar el fármaco en el espesor de la placa obligaron a utilizar anestesia general. En 1959 Hinman198 desarrolló un dispositivo INYECTOR, especie de jeringa con émbolo que se atornilla, que facilitaba la inyección y permitía PRESCINDIR de la ANESTESIA GENERAL (Fig. 16). Sus variables resultados 199,62 incluso con diferentes técnicas de inyección200 no han conseguido demostrar su utilidad con el paso del tiempo, estando en la actualidad abandonado su uso"
¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨
"One more point: no procedure, manual, SURGICAL or otherwise, can be
>tested through a "double blind" study, so stop throwing that term around
>(or at least go review what it means). In a double-blind study, both
>patient and provider are unaware of whether the tested method or the
>placebo is being delivered. How would you propose to design a
>double-blind study for any procedure? A surgeon who doesn't know if they
>are removing a disc or not? Have the chiropractor close their eyes and
>flail their arms in front of them? A massage therapist who doesn't know
>if there is a patient on the table or not? The best any procedure can
>hope for is single-blind in which the patient does not know if the
>treatment was performed (which in some procedures isn't even possible),
>but the provider would obviously have to know. So if we reject all
>procedures that were never tested in double-blind studies, you would
>eliminate ALL surgical procedures, and just about every aspect of
>physical medicine. Since that is neither reasonable nor fair, you must
>accept that such procedures are tested in other ways, but not
>double-blind. If you're having trouble with the concept, take a second
>and try to imagine a double-blind study on bypass surgery.

Sigh. They should have explained this to you in school. Double
blind doesn't mean the therapist doesn't know what he did. It means
the patient doesn't (has no way of getting it by non-verbal cues) and
the evaluator doesn't. In practice this is difficult to insure unless
the patient is unconcious, but it's quite easily done then"
¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨
1)¨"Técnica de simple ciego: el enfermo no conoce el tratamiento que recibe.."
2)"... Un estudio doble ciego es aquel en el que ni el Médico ni el paciente saben si el enfermo está recibiendo
medicación activa o placebo."
¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨
Un saludo


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5cirujano no ciego (técnica de "simple ciego") // inyector
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cirujano no ciego (técnica de "simple ciego") // inyector


Explanation:
doble ciego = ni el médico ni el paciente saben la medicación administrada (los dos "ciegos")
simple ciego= el paciente no sabe la medicación que toma, pero el médico sí( paciente "ciego")
Cuando se trata de operaciones, por lógica se debe seguir el método
"simple ciego" (el paciente), por lo tanto el cirujano es "no-ciego".En algunos sitios se le denomina "tuerto"
______________________________________
"La enfermedad de La Peyronie sigue constituyendo un enigma. La reciente introducción de un modelo animal experimental, el desarrollo de ensayos clínicos doble-ciego, controlados con placebo para nuevas drogas, así como la aplicación de técnicas de diagnóstico molecular permitirán iluminar muchas parcelas aún oscuras de este trastorno de la cicatrización de la túnica albugínea del pene.
Teasley en 1954 introduce los corticoides intraplaca como tratamiento. El dolor y la dificultad derivada de las altas presiones necesarias para lograr infiltrar el fármaco en el espesor de la placa obligaron a utilizar anestesia general. En 1959 Hinman198 desarrolló un dispositivo INYECTOR, especie de jeringa con émbolo que se atornilla, que facilitaba la inyección y permitía PRESCINDIR de la ANESTESIA GENERAL (Fig. 16). Sus variables resultados 199,62 incluso con diferentes técnicas de inyección200 no han conseguido demostrar su utilidad con el paso del tiempo, estando en la actualidad abandonado su uso"
¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨
"One more point: no procedure, manual, SURGICAL or otherwise, can be
>tested through a "double blind" study, so stop throwing that term around
>(or at least go review what it means). In a double-blind study, both
>patient and provider are unaware of whether the tested method or the
>placebo is being delivered. How would you propose to design a
>double-blind study for any procedure? A surgeon who doesn't know if they
>are removing a disc or not? Have the chiropractor close their eyes and
>flail their arms in front of them? A massage therapist who doesn't know
>if there is a patient on the table or not? The best any procedure can
>hope for is single-blind in which the patient does not know if the
>treatment was performed (which in some procedures isn't even possible),
>but the provider would obviously have to know. So if we reject all
>procedures that were never tested in double-blind studies, you would
>eliminate ALL surgical procedures, and just about every aspect of
>physical medicine. Since that is neither reasonable nor fair, you must
>accept that such procedures are tested in other ways, but not
>double-blind. If you're having trouble with the concept, take a second
>and try to imagine a double-blind study on bypass surgery.

Sigh. They should have explained this to you in school. Double
blind doesn't mean the therapist doesn't know what he did. It means
the patient doesn't (has no way of getting it by non-verbal cues) and
the evaluator doesn't. In practice this is difficult to insure unless
the patient is unconcious, but it's quite easily done then"
¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨
1)¨"Técnica de simple ciego: el enfermo no conoce el tratamiento que recibe.."
2)"... Un estudio doble ciego es aquel en el que ni el Médico ni el paciente saben si el enfermo está recibiendo
medicación activa o placebo."
¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨¨
Un saludo





    Reference: http://www.aeu.es/Ponencias/peyronie/PonPeyC1_6.htm
    Reference: http://yarchive.net/med/double_blind.html
xxxdawn39
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