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3 o Liposuction is defined as the removal of fat from deposits beneath the skin using a hollow stainless steel tube (called a cannula) with the assistance of a powerful vacuum. o Liposuction can be accomplished either with the use of general anesthesia, or with heavy or mild IV sedation, or by local anesthesia. For more presentations and information visit

4 Abdomen Hips Outer thighs (saddlebags) Flanks (love handles) Back Inner thighs Inner knees Upper arms Submental (chin) Gynecomastia (male breast tissue) For more presentations and information visit

5 CRITERIA OVER 18 IN GOOD HEALTH DIET AND EXCERCISE NO HEALTH COMPLICATIONS For more presentations and information visit

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7 TECHNIQUES DRY LIPOSUCTION WET LIPOSUCTION SUPERWET LIPOSUCTION TUMESCENT LIPOSUCTION For more presentations and information visit

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9 SUCTION ASSISTED LIPOSUCTION ULTRASOUND ASSISTED LIPOSUCTION POWER ASSISTED LIPOSUCTION EXTERNAL ULTRASOUND ASSISTED LIPOSUCTION LASER LIPOSUCTION For more presentations and information visit

10 Standard method of liposuction Insertion of a small cannula It is attached to a vaccum Fat is sucked out For more presentations and information visit

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12 Involves a cannula that produces ultrasonic energy. Three generations of cannula. ADVANTAGES Ability to remove large volumes of fat The ability to break up tough and fibrous fats in areas of the body Ultrasound liposuction can break up cellulite. DISADVANTAGES Takes a little longer to perform Causes tissue burns in some patients Results in seroma formation(ball like collection of fluid) For more presentations and information visit

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14 Ultrasound energy is applied from outside the body, through the skin ADVANTAGES Cause less discomfort for the patient, both during the procedure and afterwards Decreased blood loss Allow better access through scar tissue Treat larger areas DISADVANTAGES The method is still crude For more presentations and information visit

15 EXTERNAL ULTRASOUND BEING DELIVERED THROUGH THE SKIN BY A TRANSDUCER OF 1 MHZ. For more presentations and information visit

16 Uses a powerized cannula which moves through the fat tissue in a rapid motion. There are two different types of motion For more presentations and information visit

17 ADVANTAGES No burning risks as with UAL Fibrous tissue can be easily treated DISADVANTAGES Difficult to handle For more presentations and information visit

18 Use of lasers with traditional liposuction methods ADVANTAGES No problems of skin burning Also helps in skin tightening Increases the safety standards of the procedure Decreases the recovery period Extremely painless and accurate DISADVANTAGES More expensive No FDA approval For more presentations and information visit

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21 Removal of small areas of fat through tiny tubes and very small incisions. Performed on the face, especially the cheeks, neck, under the chin, and the jowls. Cannulas used range in diameter from 1.5mm to 6 mm in diameter. For more presentations and information visit

22 Surgeons decisionSome surgeons leave the incision open Some stitch them only partially Others delay stitching Also when the fluid is draining, dressing needs to be changed often For more presentations and information visit

23 No anticoagulants, Aspirin, Vitamin E should be taken for two weeks before the surgery. If receiving general anesthesia, and the surgery will be in the morning, fasting from midnight the night before is required. If only local anesthesia will be used, fasting is not required. Smoking must be avoided for about two months prior to surgery. For more presentations and information visit

24 Compression garment or Ace bandage. Removal of drains and sutures. Any pain is controlled by a prescription. Abation of swelling. Fading of bruising. Numbness. Resumption of normal activity. Final result. For more presentations and information visit

25 Drink enough water to prevent dehydration Avoid alcohol for a couple of days, both before and after surgery Avoid using ice packs or heating pads on the treated areas Postpone any submersion in water for at least a week (bathtub, swimming pool, river, etc.) If any dizziness is experienced, the patient should take it easy: stand up slowly, get some help for the shower, remove the compression garment slowly, etc. For more presentations and information visit

26 CommonUncommon Bruising Swelling Scars Pain Numbness Limited mobility Allergic reaction Infection Damage to the skin Spotted appearance on the skin surface Skin necrosis Puncture of an internal organ Contour irregularities Thromboembolism and fat embolism Burns Lidocaine toxicity Fluid imbalance For more presentations and information visit

27 Table of Approximate Surgical Fees in the United States of America Body Area Approximate Lower End of Range of Surgical Fee ($) Approximate Upper End Range of Surgical Fee ($) Abdomen, upper & lower3,0007,500 Abdomen, lower2,000 Arms1,5005,000 Back, female1,5004,000 Breasts, female3,0007,500 Breasts, male3,0005,000 Buttocks1,5004,500 Chin, Cheeks, Jowls, Neck2,0004,500 Flanks, male2,0005,000 Anterior Thighs & Knees2,0005,000 Inner (Thighs & Knees)2,0005,000 Hips/Waist1,6005,000 Outer Thighs1,6005,000 (Total fee = All Surgical Fees + Non-Surgical Fee). If an anesthesiologist is required, then an additional fee must be anticipated. For more presentations and information visit

28 Abdominoplasty With a hip, thigh or buttock lift Wrinkle removal For more presentations and information visit

29 Change diet to lose some excess body fat. Exercise. Accept your body and appearance as it is. Use clothing or makeup to downplay or emphasize body or facial features. Ultrashape non-surgical lipolysis. Collagenase chemical lipolysis. Anti-Obesity drugs. For more presentations and information visit

30 The procedure remains the same The patient must not be embarrassed It is more expensive Common areas of the body: Chest (Gynecomastia) Abdomen Neck Flanks For more presentations and information visit

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32 Advances in liposuction and fat transfer. (Procedures in Therapeutics) Gerhard Sattler. Dermatology Nursing. April 2005 v17 i2 p133(7). Wikipedia: Ultrasound-assisted lipoplasty Joy L Pine; Lisa J Smith; Melinda J Haws; Mary K Gingrass Plastic Surgical Nursing; Fall 2003; 23, 3; Health Module pg For more presentations and information visit

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