Femoral-Popliteal Bypass

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Verdicts & Settlements April 2, 2007: Defense verdict achieved in...   -  Apr 2, 2007
The 55-year-old plaintiff was admitted to Munson Hospital for femoral popliteal bypass surgery. Anesthesia included both general anesthesia and an epidural. ... Free with registration - Michigan Lawyers Weekly - AccessMyLibrary.com

Loislaw Federal District Court Opinions - BARNES v. ASTRUE (SDTex. 12...   -  Dec 22, 2008
...of atherosclerotic peripheral vascular disease and that, approximately fifteen years prior to the examination, he had had a femoral popliteal bypass. ... Pay-Per-View - Loislaw Federal District Court Opinions - Loislaw

McCoy v. Montgomery, 370 Ark. 333 (Ark. 06/21/2007)   -  Jun 21, 2007
This appeal arises from a jury verdict in Sebastian County Circuit Court finding Appellant, Dr. Mark McCoy, negligent in treating Appellee Paul Montgomery ... $2.95 - Arkansas Supreme Court - VersusLaw

Juszynski v. Life Insurance Company of North America, No. 06 CV 5503...   -  Mar 27, 2008
...[16], In October and November 2003, Juszynski underwent femoral popliteal bypass surgeries in both extremities in an effort to treat his peripheral arterial ... $2.95 - U.S. District Court, Northern District... - VersusLaw

Texas Case Law - RENAUD v. SPOHN HEALTH SYS, 13-04-524-CV (Tex …   -  Apr 20, 2006
RENAUD v. SPOHN HEALTH SYS, 13-04-524-CV (Tex.App. [13th Dist.] 2006) ROBERT C. RENAUD, Appellant, v. CHRISTUS SPOHN HEALTH SYSTEM CORPORATION D/B/A ... Pay-Per-View - Texas Case Law - Loislaw

Brown v. Unified School Dist. No. 500, Kansas City, Kansas, 368...   -  Apr 5, 2005
The first occurred on or about February 5, 2002, when plaintiff had a left femoral popliteal bypass on her left leg. Plaintiff was pleased with the results ... $2.95 - U.S. District Courts - VersusLaw

[U] Manetta v. Johnson, No. 265988 (Mich.App. 10/30/2007)   -  Oct 30, 2007
...catheterization procedure or the endocarditis (via dislodged vegetation)-but on November 24, 1998, the right femoral popliteal bypass graft occluded. ... $2.95 - Michigan Court of Appeals - VersusLaw

[U] Cardamone v. Ricotta, 17 Misc.3d 1114(A), 851 NYS2d 62 (NYSup. 10...   -  Oct 3, 2007
2002 for treatment to a wound infection in her left leg following femoral popliteal bypass surgery which was performed earlier that summer. ... $2.95 - Supreme Court of New York, X County - VersusLaw

Arkansas Workers' Compensation Decisions - BENDER v. CITY OF …   -  Dec 15, 2005
BENDER v. CITY OF STRONG, 2005 AWCC 248 CLAIM NO. F211398 ALBERT M. BENDER, EMPLOYEE CLAIMANT v. CITY OF STRONG, EMPLOYER RESPONDENT ARKANSAS MUNICIPAL ... Pay-Per-View - Arkansas Workers' Compensation Decisions - Loislaw

Open Aortic Stapler from ES Vascular   -  Mar 28, 2008
Open Aortic Stapler (OAS), a product from Israel based ES Vascular Ltd., is designed to simplify the anastomosis of synthetic graft to the aorta during AAA ... Medgadget.com

Angiology; Company reports on successful use of CLiRpath 2.5 Turbo …   -  Sep 20, 2005
2005 SEP 20 - (NewsRx.com) -- Spectranetics Corp. (SPNC) announced that Craig Walker, MD, medical director of Cardiovascular Institute of the South, ... Pay-Per-View - Life Science Weekly - Factiva, from Dow Jones

Medico-legal issues in diabetes care   -  Jan 1, 2007
Many people with diabetes have multiple and complex health problems including, according to Diabetes UK, a fivefold greater risk of cardiovascular problems ... Healthcare Republic - Healthcare Republic

Loislaw Federal District Court Opinions - JUSZYNSKI v. LIFE …   -  Mar 27, 2008
In October and November 2003, Juszynski underwent femoral popliteal bypass surgeries in both extremities in an effort to treat his peripheral arterial ... Pay-Per-View - Loislaw Federal District Court Opinions - Loislaw

First Successful Cases With the CLiRpath 2.5 Turbo Catheter in the …   -  Aug 24, 2005
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Aug. 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Spectranetics Corporation Spectranetics announced today that Craig Walker, MD, Medical Director ... $4.95 - PR Newswire - ECNext

Press Release: First Successful Cases With the CLiRpath 2.5 Turbo …   -  Aug 24, 2005
First Successful Cases With the CLiRpath 2.5 Turbo Catheter in the United States Performed at Cardiovascular Institute of the South. from PR Newswire. Pay-Per-View - PR Newswire - HighBeam Research

VAC therapy and the post-surgical diabetic foot wound: clinical …   -  Sep 22, 2007
Vacuum-assisted closure (VAC) is one of many treatment modalities, such as moist wound healing and topical medications, suitable for treating a range of ... $4.95 - Diabetic Foot - ECNext



Background information on Femoral-Popliteal Bypass [When available]

Femoral popliteal (also called femoropopliteal) bypass surgery is a surgical procedure that may be used to treat femoral artery disease (in the legs). A newer, minimally-invasive procedure is percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA) of the femoral arteries.

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