The animated video describes the procedure involved in the orthopaedic procedure involving the ACL joint. Each stage of the procedure is explained and the video ends with what to do and what to avoid post-surgery.
A nasogastric tube is used for feeding and administering drugs and other oral agents such as activated charcoal. For drugs and for minimal quantities of liquid, a syringe is used for injection into the tube.
Non-surgical treatments are recommended initially for acute and chronic anal fissures. These include topical nitroglycerin or calcium channel blockers, or injection of botulinum toxin into the anal sphincter.