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Doctors Reconstructing Face Of Misdiagnosed Woman

June 24, 2014 9:43 am | by Bruce Schreiner, Associated Press | News | Comments

The procedure includes removing a leg bone to be conformed into a new jawbone, with the skin becoming the new inside covering of her mouth. Dr. Jarrod Little, a plastic and reconstructive surgeon with UofL Physicians, was donating his time and leading the team on the $1 million-plus surgery, said Meredith, a spokeswoman for UofL Physicians...

TS Series Warmer

June 24, 2014 9:39 am | by MAC Medical, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

The new “TS Series Warmer” from MAC Medical, Inc. is equipped with the highest technology available today. A first-in-class Large Touch Screen Control comes standard with all of the access and safety features required today. These features include FDC Compliant Data Logging with Digital Signature, Ethernet and USB ports, Wi-Fi Ready, Live Temperature Trends, Alarm Log, Remote Monitoring and Control from Central Monitoring and Smart Phone, Multi-Level Security for User Lockout, Text and Email Alerts, just to name a few.

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LSU Hospital Closure Ruled Unconstitutional

June 24, 2014 9:34 am | by Melinda Deslatte, Associated Press | News | Comments

Lawmakers didn't follow the Louisiana Constitution in authorizing Gov. Bobby Jindal to close the LSU-run public hospital in Pineville, a judge ruled Monday, but the judge is not requiring the Jindal administration to stop plans to shutter the facility next week...

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Study Finds For Gastric Bypass Patients, Percent Of Weight Loss Differs By Race/Ethnicity

June 24, 2014 9:19 am | by Kaiser Permanente | News | Comments

Non-Hispanic white patients who underwent a gastric bypass procedure lost slightly more weight over a three-year period than Hispanic or black patients, according to a Kaiser Permanente study published in the journal Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases...

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Bone Loss Persists Two Years After Weight Loss Surgery

June 24, 2014 9:13 am | by The Endocrine Society | News | Comments

A new study shows that for at least two years after bariatric surgery, patients continue to lose bone, even after their weight stabilizes. The results—in patients undergoing gastric bypass, the most common type of weight loss surgery—were presented Monday at the joint meeting of the International Society of Endocrinology and the Endocrine Society...

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Synoptics Health Appoints Ultra Clean As U.S. Distributor For Proreveal

June 24, 2014 9:05 am | by Synoptics Health | News | Comments

Scientific Digital Imaging’s Synoptics Health Division, a manufacturer of innovative digital imaging systems for healthcare applications, is pleased to announce the appointment of industry leading surgical instrument cleaning firm, Ultra Clean Systems, Inc as its North American distributor of the ultrasensitive ProReveal Protein Detection Test...

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EIZO’s RadiForce LS580W Monitor

June 23, 2014 12:16 pm | by EIZO | EIZO, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

EIZO’s RadiForce LS580W monitor is a newly FDA 510(k)-cleared large monitor system bundled with the LMM0802 large monitor manager for interventional radiology and surgical suites. In the operating room and interventional suite, essential information such as X-ray, endoscopic images, and EP (electrophysiology) is typically displayed using several different monitors.

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Do Operating Room Checklists Improve Outcomes?

June 23, 2014 11:51 am | by Skeptical Scalpel | Blogs | Comments

I am not against checklists. When I was a surgical chairman, I implemented and used one in both the operating room and the ICU. They do not add costs and may be helpful. But do they improve outcomes?            

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A Kinder, Gentler Hysterectomy?

June 23, 2014 11:31 am | by CBS News | Videos | Comments

Each year about 600,000 women in the U.S. get a hysterectomy -- and despite medical advances in recent years, some will face a longer, more painful recovery than they might have needed. That's because newer, less invasive surgical procedures are still not being fully implemented...

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Woman Deformed After Cancer Misdiagnosis To Get Corrective Surgery For Free

June 23, 2014 11:23 am | by ABC News | Videos | Comments

Lessya Kotelevskaya will have her jaw reconstructed in a 24-hour surgical procedure after doctors misdiagnosed her cancer...                                    

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No Evidence Of Long-Term PTSD Risk In Patients With Awareness During Surgery

June 23, 2014 11:11 am | by Wolters Kluwer Health | News | Comments

Patients with confirmed episodes of awareness during anesthesia and surgery don't seem to be at increased risk of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or other problems with psychosocial well-being at long-term follow-up, reports a study in Anesthesia & Analgesia...

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Bullet-Shattered Window Hurts NYC Hospital Patient Following Shooting

June 23, 2014 10:59 am | by Bullet-Shattered Window Hurts NYC Hospital Patient | News | Comments

Authorities say a patient has been treated for minor facial cuts after a bullet partially shattered a New York City hospital window. Police went to the Hospital for Special Surgery on Manhattan's Upper East Side around 5:45 a.m. Friday following reports of a shooting...

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New Med Series On ABC Based On Behind-The-Scenes Research

June 23, 2014 10:55 am | by David Bauder, Associated Press | Articles | Comments

Two of the nurses who treated ABC News producer Terence Wrong when he was hospitalized for a minor ailment recently told him they traced their interest in medicine directly to his work. That's a profound point of pride, as well as extra assurance of attentive care. Wrong has established a niche as the maker of rigorous nonfiction television series that go behind the scenes at institutions, more often than not hospitals...

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The First Demonstration Of A Self-Powered Cardiac Pacemaker

June 23, 2014 10:51 am | by The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) | News | Comments

As the number of pacemakers implanted each year reaches into the millions worldwide, improving the lifespan of pacemaker batteries has been of great concern for developers and manufacturers. Currently, pacemaker batteries last seven years on average, requiring frequent replacements, which may pose patients to a potential risk involved in medical procedures...

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BPA Stimulates Growth Of Breast Cancer Cells, Diminishes Effect Of Treatment

June 23, 2014 10:15 am | by Duke University Medical Center | News | Comments

Bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical commonly used in plastics, appears to increase the proliferation of breast cancer cells, according to Duke Medicine researchers presenting at an annual meeting of endocrine scientists...          

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