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By Surgery One
Becker's ASC Review released the "50 ASC Management & Development Companies to Watch in 2014" and Surgery One headquartered in Carlsbad, CA has been included in the list
By UIC College of Dentistry
Dr. Michael Miloro was appointed as Chief of the Hospital Dental Service at the University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System (UI Health).
By Desert Institute for Spine Care
Dr. Nima Salari, MD. Phoenix, Desert Institute For Spine Care, (DISC) recently granted The Western Medical Journal an interview on the benefits of endoscopic surgery for those experiencing debilitating spine conditions.
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
Mr. Santino was the Carnation Ball’s honoree and Dr. Ostuni was the recipient of South Nassau’s prestigious Mary Pearson Award.
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
Of course, prevention is the best method to avoid the need for a knee replacement and the cost of it.
By The Youth Fountain
Emil Shakov, M.D., F.A.C.S. is the medical director of The Youth Fountain. A Practice specializing in Aesthetics, Anti-Aging, Weight Loss, Bariatric and Surgical Procedures.
By innovative Medical Products
Yearly conference shares best practices and latest techniques in orthopedic surgery
By Innovative Medical Products
Yearly conference focuses on state-of-the-art hip and knee surgical procedures
By GraMedica
Extra-Osseous Talotarsal Stabilization (EOTTS) with HyProCure® offers hope to diabetic peripheral neuropathy patients.
By Innovative Medical Products
Yearly conference focuses on latest developments in orthopedic surgery
By Wellbe, Inc.
Wellbe, Inc. is hosting a complimentary webinar with Edward Leigh, MA, on "Patients, Pain & Their Perceptions: Powerful Techniques to Help Patients Manage Pain Before, During and After a Hospitalizati
By Wellbe, Inc.
New Funding Advances Mission to Create Patient-Provider Partnerships for Improved Surgical Outcomes
The HOMULUS FOUNDATION offers an award of $10.000 to any journalist, reporter, attorney, medical doctor or private person who is most successful in penetrating and publicly examining the very disturbing question: Is there a “COSMETIC MAFIA” in Los...
By CliniMed
London, ENGLAND – August, 2013.  Being a teenager isn’t easy at the best of times, but needing a stoma on top of all the changes your body is already going through can make it all even harder. Take some comfort in the fact you are not alone...
By Groff-Hinman
Professional and Olympic Dreams Rekindled as Volleyball Player Regains Mobility After Innovative Surgery
By National Institute for Bariatric Repair
Patients suffering from excessive pain, nausea, vomiting or fever after bariatric surgery may be experiencing a gastric sleeve leak. The National Institute for Bariatric Repair now offers relief with endoscopic sleeve leak repair.
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
“The Knights have been loyal and dedicated to the mission and vision of South Nassau Communities Hospital,” said Elizabeth Nardone, vice president of development.
By EMS Marketing Consulting, Inc.
A revolutionary patented medical device has transformed the previously highly invasive hip replacement medical procedure into an outpatient experience
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
The center earned the accreditation following a rigorous on-site evaluation to demonstrate that it is in complete compliance with standards established by the NAPBC for treating women who are diagnosed with breast disease.
By Minimally Invasive SpineCARE
Minimally Invasive SpineCARE® Adds Dual-Certified Doctor to Physical Therapy, Chiropractic Team
By Kalorama Information
Minimally invasive surgeries, such as laparoscopic hernia, endoscopy or knee repair, have grown in popularity. This has boosted the worldwide market for devices used in these procedures, valued at $27 billion in 2012.
By Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian
‘I Literally Feel Like a New Person,’ Says Edna Zitko of Newport Beach, the First Hoag Patient to Benefit from the New Technology
By Cadogan Clinic
One of London’s most prominent skincare clinics has opened its very own online shop, offering a wide range of skin treatments and products.
By Lighthouse for the Blind St. Louis
In his new role, the former McKesson SVP will manage Oxyband’s overall operations and expansion of Oxyband products across all healthcare segments
By Afia Indiz
Experience world class global health care spiced with traditional and modern medical treatment at affordable cost combined with a memorable holidaying experience with Afia Indiz
By Yaeger Public Relations
According to the American Cancer Society, about 22,300 persons in the U.S. will be diagnosed with malignant tumors of the brain or spinal cord. Malignant brain tumors contain cancer cells that are usually fast growing and invade surrounding tissue.
By Minimally Invasive SpineCARE
Minimally Invasive SpineCARE® recently hired Dr. Christopher S. Chun – a fellowship-trained, interventional pain specialist – to lead its newest clinic, which opened May 24, 2013, in Arlington, Texas.
By Media Partners, Inc.
Knee and Hip Replacement Takes Big Strides At CENTRAL CAROLINA HOSPITAL
By TransEnterix
Company's single-site mobile robot is now undergoing pre-clinical testing
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
The official journal of the International College of Surgeons (ICS), International Surgery is a quarterly, peer reviewed journal, established in 1938.
By Innovative Medical Products
Innovative Medical Products has been nominated for the 2013 ‘Excellence in Surgical Products’ (ESP) Award by Surgical Products magazine
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States, with more than 3.5 million skin cancers in over two million people diagnosed annually.
By Debra A. Petrucci, MD, PC
Dr. Debra Petrucci POMCO Participating Provider White Plains, NY [June 11 2013] – Debra Petrucci, M.D, a board certified neurosurgeon specializing in spine surgery, has contracted with POMCO to accept their insurance plans.
By Eleventh Avenue Public Relations
Dr. Andrew Lam takes readers into the operating room, revealing the stress of a job that enables him to turn darkness into light
By American Academy of Neurology
MINNEAPOLIS – A new guideline from the American Academy of Neurology will help people who take blood thinners decide whether or not to take them during surgery or other medical procedures.
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
The Outstanding Achievement Award recognizes cancer programs that achieve excellence in providing quality care to cancer patients.
By Doctor's Approach Dermatology
A recent study from Florida (Dermatol. Surg. 2008; 34:285-91) suggests that office based surgery is safe when performed by dermatologists. The study looked at 10 years of complication and death reports from Florida and 6 years from Alabama.
By Yaeger Public Relations
More than 80% of adults will experience back or neck pain at some point during their lifetime for which they will seek medical attention. Back problems affect hundreds of thousands of people annually.
By Minimally Invasive SpineCARE®
Several new Stark law initiatives have recently gone into effect, yet the application of those provisions is unclear to many healthcare professionals and patients. Dr. Carol Mahon, of Minimally Invasive SpineCARE, provides insight.
By Princeton Montessori School
Dominican toddler Joel de la Rosa is in the best of hands. Although he suffers from a serious malformation on his face, he is receiving medical treatment while living with a Princeton Montessori School host family.
By Advanced Bone & Joint
Local Medical Group Embraces Expanding Patient Base And Alters Name To Accommodate...
By EMS Marketing Consulting, Inc.
The Surgery Center Experience announced today the launch of a new digital portal with an interactive component designed to educate consumers on the benefits of having surgery at an outpatient surgery...
By Informa Life Sciences Exhibitons
International experts in rhinoplasty procedures speaking at this year’s Otolaryngology Conference and Exhibition in...
By JumpStart Ink
Rejuv Medical in Minnesota is known for helping people avoid needless surgery.
By MedMarket Diligence, LLC
Wound care products have evolved in a continuum from simple wound coverings, closures, dressings, and bandages through sophisticated dressing materials that regulate moisture, control exudate, actively prevent infection and advanced technologies for skin.
By CRC Press
Now in its 26th edition, Bailey & Love's Short Practice of Surgery combines its traditional strengths relied on for decades with recent updates and new discoveries in the field.
By Informa Life Sciences Exhibitions
The fungal infection of the paranasal sinuses is one of the common clinical entities in the GCC encountered in day-to-day practice by a rhinologist.
By Veterinary Bioscience Institute
This interactive webinar is designed for surgeons, scientists, veterinary technicians, veterinarians and technical support staff who wish to learn commonly performed surgical procedures in rats
By Miller Geer
Second da Vinci Robot Allows Hospital Surgeons to Perform Even More Complex and Pinpoint Accurate Surgeries
By AR & Co
Twin Cities Community Hospital Invites the Public to Attend a Free Seminar on April 15, 2013

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