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Pennsylvania Deaths Related To Robotic Surgery
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Family Squabbles Can Derail Recovery From Cancer Surgery
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4WEB Medical Unveils 3D-Printed Osteotomy Truss System
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Experts Issue Plea For Better Research And Education For Advanced Breast Cancer
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Study: Exercise Boosts Tumor-Fighting Ability of Chemotherapy

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Utah Doctor Gets Up To Life In Wife's Murder

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A Utah doctor found guilty of killing his wife in a trial that became a national true-crime cable TV obsession will serve 17 years to life in prison, a state judge decided Friday. The long-awaited sentence comes seven years after prosecutors say Martin MacNeill knocked out his wife with drugs prescribed following cosmetic surgery and left her to die in a bathtub so he could begin a new life with his mistress.


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Innovation to help protect scopes from accidental damage

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Ecolab’s Scope Pillow™ Drape securely cradles robotic scopes placed in the fluid warming system, protecting them from accidental tipping and falling. The soft foam pillow is fully integrated into the sterile drape.


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Pennsylvania Deaths Related To Robotic Surgery

Doctors reported 722 “safety events” between 2005 and March 31 involving use of robotic surgery in a variety of procedures, the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority found. Unintended laceration, bleeding and infection were among 75 percent of the problems that were reported, according to the Harrisburg-based nonprofit that seeks to identify and correct problems in medical care.


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Family Squabbles Can Derail Recovery From Cancer Surgery

Cancer patients burdened by stress and family conflicts before surgery may face a higher risk for complications following their operation, a new study suggests. Investigators found that patients with a so-called quality-of-life "deficit" appeared to have a nearly three times greater risk for complications compared to those with a normal or good quality of life.


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Stay Cool with Cool Aids!

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Healthmark’s Cool Aids are designed to keep your body at a comfortable temperature while you are on your feet for an extended period of time. You could be in the OR, Endoscopy or the Decontam room for a long shift. When you are wearing Cool Aids under your PPE you will feel more comfortable because the light weight and durable fabric is designed for the active individual. These quality items are easy to put on and activate for use.


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4WEB Medical Unveils 3D-Printed Osteotomy Truss System

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4WEB Medical announces the formal launch of the largest offering of 3D-printed foot and ankle osteotomy implants on the market today at this weekend's American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society annual meeting in Chicago. 


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Experts Issue Plea For Better Research And Education For Advanced Breast Cancer

Breast cancer experts around the world have issued a plea to researchers, academics, drug companies, funders and advocates to carry out high quality research and clinical trials for advanced breast cancer, a disease which is almost always fatal and for which there are many unanswered questions.


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Study: Exercise Boosts Tumor-Fighting Ability of Chemotherapy

Study after study has proven it true: exercise is good for you. But new research from University of Pennsylvania scientists suggests that exercise may have an added benefit for cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. Their work, performed in a mouse model of melanoma, found that combining exercise with chemotherapy shrunk tumors more than chemotherapy alone.


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