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BOARD RULES HOSPITALS CAN STILL PERFORM ANGIOPLASTY WITHOUT LICENSE
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Board Rules Hospitals Can Still Perform Angioplasty Without License
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Oxygen Suction Can Reduce Risk of Surgical Fires in Dental Procedures
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Near 700-Pound Woman Prepares for Gastric Bypass Surgery

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Amber is 24 years old and weighs nearly 700 pounds. She is one of the newest individuals to share her struggle with weight on TLC’s My 600-Pound Life. The show will follow Amber as she prepares to undergo a risky gastric bypass surgery in a desperate attempt to lose weight and save her life. ...


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Board Rules Hospitals Can Still Perform Angioplasty Without License

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A New Jersey state health board voted today to continue to allow 11 hospitals to perform the artery-clearing procedure known as angioplasty without holding a license to perform heart surgery. ...             


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U.S. Laparoscopic Device Market Will Reach Over $4.3 Billion by 2023

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Decision Resources Group finds that the laparoscopic device market in the United States will increase to a value of over $4.3 billion by 2023. Growth will be primarily driven by expansion in the large direct energy device market. In particular, premium-priced advanced direct energy devices will be increasingly adopted due to the advantages they offer and as new products are launched. ...  


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Oxygen Suction Can Reduce Risk of Surgical Fires in Dental Procedures

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The oxygen-enriched environment of surgical procedures creates the risk of fire. As many as 600 operating room fires occur each year in the United States despite a decline in the use of flammable anesthetics. To ensure the safety of dental surgical procedures, a new study investigated the use of suction to prevent combustion. ...    


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Ocean Bio-Chem's New Disinfectant Effective and Safe Against Viruses, Germs, Bacteria

Ocean Bio-Chem, Inc. said earlier this week in an interview with CEOLIVE.TV that its new product, Performacide®, kills bacteria, mold, mildew and non-enveloped viruses that the CDC has issued guidance on including a disinfectant for Ebola. ...    


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Cells That Enhance Tumor Growth Identified

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A study led by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital scientists has identified the population of white blood cells that tumors use to enhance growth and suppress the disease-fighting immune system. ...               


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