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  • Cardio-Thoracic Anaesthesia
  • Clinical Neurophysiology

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  • Question about Nerve conduction velocity

    When sleeping on my right side I wake with numbness and pins and needles in my right hand fingers, please advise possible causes. regards.

    There are several possible sites, starting from the spine in your neck, pressure on nerves in the arm and elbow (commonly the little finger and ring finger) and the favourite: Carpal Tunnel syndrome. People can have a combination of these as well, just to complicate things. It is worth having investigated when it occurs frequently as permanent nerve damage can occur, while treatments are effective. Diseases like diabetes and vitamin problems usually give symptoms on both sides, but like everything else, not always! They also accentuate the severity of compressive syndromes.

    Dr. Neil Warwick

  • Question about Fexotabs Tablets

    My husband has had spinal surgery 6 days ago. He has had a itchy rash over his back under his arms and on one testical. They did tell him that he would have small needles everywhere to check nerve whilst doing the surgery. He is allergic to aspirin .could he take an antihistimine?

    It is also possible that the antiseptic "prep" solution hasn't agreed with his skin. Not necessarily an allergy, possibly it was very drying, particularly if it was alcohol-based (which is currently preferred). Once the surgical drapes are applied, the solution can be on the skin for several hours. The good news is that these are typically self-limiting. Ask the surgeon which "prep" was used. He will know and be able to advise.

    Dr. Neil Warwick

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Experience

Expert in:

  • Cardio-Thoracic Anaesthesia
  • Clinical Neurophysiology