Kimberly-Clark is planning to buy I-Flow, adding technology to its portfolio of pain management and surgical solution products DALLAS (AP) — Kimberly-Clark Corp. said Friday that it will add higher-margin medical devices to its health care unit by purchasing health care company I-Flow Corp.
Demonstration of the use of autofluorescent laparoscopy to diagnose endometriosis from Steven F. Palter, MD's prize winning video.
Demonstration of the hyperfluorescent endometriosis with autofluorescent laparoscopy from Steven F. Palter, MD's prize winning video. Check out more details about Dr. Palter's use of autofluorescence in the September issue of Surgical Products .
New robotic surgery procedure pioneered at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis to remove tumors from kidneys in a minimally invasive way.
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For Berchtold Corporation, AEI Digital's designers created the "virtual showroom," enabling users to easily design a customized layout of the room by using simple computer controls. It is designed to operate on a laptop computer, and provides Berchtold's sales force with a unique way to demonstrate the full range of its operating room systems to potential customers, including surgical specialists.
He now uses a topical cream to numb the areola before injecting radioactive tracer dye used during a sentinel-node biopsy PHOENIX (AP) — Jesse Crowe remembers the woman lying on his imaging table three years ago. She was in her 40s, young for a breast-cancer patient, and she was tense with fear and apprehension.
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Los Angeles back surgeon, Dr. Rezaian of the California Orthopedic Medical Clinic, has pioneered a less invasive method for treating Spinal Stenosis. Open back surgery used to be the only way to eliminate the bulging discs that were pinching nerves, however, recent medical advances have given patients requiring Spinal Stenosis Treatment a new glimmer of hope.
Hospital predicts ten emerging technologies that will shape healthcare next year CLEVELAND, Oct. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Cleveland Clinic's Top 10 Medical Innovations for 2010 list features a wide range of new techniques and therapies that are being developed to treat everything from deafness and Parkinson's disease to pneumonia and sleep disorders.
Postgraduate surgeons will be given the skills to use the MammoView™ Product Line when Performing Breast Ductoscopy at American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress BOSTON, Oct. 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Solos Endoscopy, Inc. (Pink Sheets: SNDY) is pleased to announce that its MammoView™ line of surgical endoscopy instruments will be demonstrated at the 95th Annual American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress, held October 11th-15th in Chicago, IL.
The BOSS Minimally Invasive Port Retractor System from BOSS INSTRUMENTS helps to increase exposure in microscope-aided spine surgery with minimal stress and wound management for the patient. According to the company, system features include: A retractor portion (table post, flexible arm, dilator and tubular retractors) that is 100 percent titanium, which provides a greater strength-to-weight ratio and is more corrosion resistant than stainless steel.
Magstim introduces the Neurosign 1000 intra-operative nerve monitor. According the company, the monitor features: A large touch-screen monitor that displays patient waveforms and data, while allowing simultaneous access to other functions without dials, buttons and menus.
The human diaphragm, if I one of God's neat little tricks. It's a tough, broad sheet of muscle, modest in thickness, that acts both as a barrier between the abdominal and thoracic cavities, but also as a vacuum assist device for breathing. When you take a deep breath, the chest wall and abdominal muscles expand the chest cavity, and the diaphragm moves outward and downward, drawing air into the lungs.
Temperature management has been a hot topic in the operating room because of its known impact on surgical outcomes and the risk of infection. There are various issues to be concerned with regard to temperature management in the OR. From perioperative hypothermia to surgeon comfort, temperature management is often a balancing act in the OR to make sure the producedure is efficient and the patient is safe.
I sent a guy with a normal EKG to the cath lab. Let me tell you my side of the story. Dude was minding his own business when he started having crushing, substernal chest pain. I see dude by EMS about 45 minutes into his chest pain. He’s had the usual: aspirin, 3 SL NTG’s an IV, a touch of MS (I can abbreviate here, as it’s not a medical record) and is continuing to have pain.