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Kayak
Unread post  Post subject: Slightly new technique?  |  Posted: Thu Mar 09, 2017 5:48 am
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Foraging the Internet... and found this:
http://www.nyxoah.com/kirby/content/4-p ... -video.mp4

Source: http://www.nyxoah.com/physicians/solution

Looks promising, in theory... and sure beats heavy surgery.

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Still looks kind of scary.


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What's so scary about it? At least it's reversible...

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I guess I'm squeamish about any surgery.


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Looks like a variation to hypoglossal nerve stimulation.....or "inspire technique".

I'm still a believer that the best surgery in terms of "success" is the maxillomandibular advancement.

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TheLankyLefty wrote:
Looks like a variation to hypoglossal nerve stimulation.....or "inspire technique".

I'm still a believer that the best surgery in terms of "success" is the maxillomandibular advancement.

the thought of that ought to really squick billy out ;)

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Reading about these surgeries makes me highly motivated to get CPAP working right for me.


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don't pull all your hair out at once.

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The hyoid advancement has got to be the worst of them all. It just looks like something out of medieval times. It involves a barb.....like a mini harpoon. What can possibly go wrong there? :lol:

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Yep just saw an animation of the technique... You'd think they'd use it for something more drastic, like reconstruction after a severe trauma.

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[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VwlY5z91lgQ[/youtube]

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there's no 'youtube' tag.

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Unread post  Post subject: Re: Slightly new technique?  |  Posted: Thu Mar 16, 2017 9:33 pm
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diamaunt wrote:
there's no 'youtube' tag.


There is if you click on Full Editor. It doesn't appear to work though.


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Unread post  Post subject: Re: Slightly new technique?  |  Posted: Thu Mar 16, 2017 10:35 pm
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fine, there's no WORKING youtube tag.

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