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CAN BARIATRIC SURGERY LEAD TO SEVERE HEADACHE?
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Can Bariatric Surgery Lead to Severe Headache?
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'Watch' Cites Concern About Flexible Reamer Breakage in ACL Reconstruction
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How People View Their Weight Influences Bariatric Surgery Success
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Study: Readmission After Colorectal Cancer Surgery a Quality Measure
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ACS NSQIP Participating Hospitals Recognized for Achieving Meritorious Outcomes for Patient Care

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Study: Paperwork Consumes One-Sixth of Physicians' Time, Erodes Morale

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The average U.S. doctor spends 16.6 percent of his or her working hours on non-patient-related paperwork, time that might otherwise be spent caring for patients. And the more time doctors spend on such bureaucratic tasks, the unhappier they are about having chosen medicine as a career ...


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Can Bariatric Surgery Lead to Severe Headache?

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Bariatric surgery may be a risk factor for a condition that causes severe headaches, according to a study published in the October 22, 2014, online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. In the study, gastric bypass surgery and gastric banding surgery were associated with later developing a condition called spontaneous intracranial hypotension in a small percentage of people ...


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'Watch' Cites Concern About Flexible Reamer Breakage in ACL Reconstruction

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JBJS Case Connector, an online case journal published by the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, has issued a "Watch" regarding concerns over flexible reamer breakage during anatomic single-bundle ACL reconstruction. Flexible reamers help surgeons achieve optimal femoral-tunnel parameters, but they are prone to breakage in certain situations, as the "Watch" article explains ...


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How People View Their Weight Influences Bariatric Surgery Success

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Negative feelings about one’s own weight, known as internalized weight bias, influence the success people have after undergoing weight loss surgery, according to research appearing in the journal Obesity Surgery, published by Springer ...


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Study: Readmission After Colorectal Cancer Surgery a Quality Measure

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No significant variation was found in hospital readmission rates after colorectal cancer surgery when the data was adjusted to account for patient characteristics, coexisting illnesses and operation types, which may prompt questions about the use of readmission rates as a measure of hospital quality ...


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ACS NSQIP Participating Hospitals Recognized for Achieving Meritorious Outcomes for Patient Care

The American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (ACS NSQIP®) has recognized 44 of their 445 participating hospitals for achieving meritorious outcomes for surgical patient care in 2013.  ACS NSQIP participating hospitals are required to track the outcomes of inpatient and outpatient surgical procedures and then analyze their results ...


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