Abdominal Aneurysm Repair

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Hospital performs rare heart repair procedure: Rediff.com India News   -  Dec 13, 2005
The procedure, medically known as "percutaneous endovascular abdominal aneurysm repair" was performed on Janardhanan Nambiar of Kannur in Kerala [ Images ]. ... Rediff

Angiology; Abdominal aortic aneurysms requiring complex repairs still...   -  Jun 27, 2006
Costin and colleagues published their study in the Journal of Vascular Surgery (Evaluation of the complexity of open abdominal aneurysm repair in the era of ... Pay-Per-View - Life Science Weekly - Factiva, from Dow Jones

Multiple health problems call for specialist   -  Dec 13, 2008
Based on the report, all of your hernia problems have come from your abdominal aneurysm repair. The surgical incision has weakened in several areas, ... Daily Gleaner

St. Francis Hospital Announces New Partnership, Practice Group   -  Aug 31, 2006
Earlier this year, Dr. Landis was the primary surgeon and Dr. Salvatore was a moderator for a live Webcast of an aortic abdominal aneurysm repair surgery ... insideindianabusiness.com

Multiple health problems call for a specialist -   -  Dec 14, 2008
Based on the report, all of your hernia problems have come from your abdominal aneurysm repair. The surgical incision has weakened in several areas, ... $2.95 - Richmond County Daily Journal - NewsBank

Physicians Commonly Play Main Role In Deciding Where Medicare …   -  Mar 21, 2007
The average age of the patients was 78 years and 68 percent were men; 103 underwent abdominal aneurysm repair, 96 had a heart valve replacement and the rest ... Medical News Today - Medical News Today (press release)

Doctors, Not Patients, Often Decide Where Surgeries Are Performed   -  Mar 19, 2007
The operations were for: abdominal aneurysm repair (103 patients); heart valve replacement (96); and tumor removal (119 for bladder cancer, ... HealthCentral.com

Low Percentage of US Hospitals Meet Goals for Reducing Mortality   -  Apr 18, 2009
Approximately 5 percent of the hospitals met the standards for mortality for aortic abdominal aneurysm repair. Approximately 16 percent of the hospitals met ... HealthNews

Frank J. Veith, MD   -  May 9, 2007
Clinical studies tended to rehash the epidemiology of vascular disease or the techniques for carotid endarterectomy and abdominal aneurysm repair, ... Medscape

Surgical Volume and the Early Experience With Lumbar Total Disc …   -  Sep 28, 2006
...procedures (coronary artery bypass graft, aortic valve replacement, aortic abdominal aneurysm repair, esophagectomy, pancreatic resection, etc.). ... Medscape

Allogeneic blood transfusion; intraoperative autologous transfusion;...   -  Apr 1, 2005
Eighty-one patients admitted for aortic abdominal aneurysm repair were randomly assigned to receive allogeneic blood transfusion alone (n = 41 patients) or ... $4.95 - AORN Journal - ECNext

Who chooses where to go?(HOSPITALS)(Brief article)   -  May 4, 2007
The survey included 510 Medicare patients who had undergone abdominal aneurysm repair; heart valve replacement; or bladder, lung, or stomach cancer ... Free with registration - Medical Economics - AccessMyLibrary.com

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