Spine Surgery Still Reliant on Spine Fusion
Medical Devices
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Medical Devices
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Spine Surgery Still Reliant on Spine Fusion

PatrickDriscoll - April 22, 2011

The clinical demand for options to treat spine trauma and disease remain high, well supported by reimbursement , and is…

Orthopaedics
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30 Years Ago All These Baby Boomers Would Have Been in Wheel Chairs

JohnCGoodman - April 21, 2011

Joint-replacement patients these days are younger and more active than ever before. More than half of all hip-replacement surgeries performed…

Cardiology
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Could Bypass Surgery Become a Thing of the Past?

JohnCGoodman - April 21, 2011

Researchers at the University of Western Ontario, led by Dr. Geoffrey Pickering …  have found a solution: …. successfully regenerating…

Cardiology
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Mitral Valve Repair Without Open Surgery – Exciting Development in Medical Devices

StephenSchimpff - April 20, 2011

The mitral valve separates the heart’s left atrium from the left ventricle. When the ventricle contracts to send blood to…

Heart Disease in Women:  Ladies, Love Your Heart All Year Long
Cardiology
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Cardiology
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Heart Disease in Women: Ladies, Love Your Heart All Year Long

Barbara Ficarra - April 19, 2011

By Barbara Ficarra, RN, BSN, MPA By Barbara Ficarra, RN, BSN, MPA American Heart Month may be officially over, but…

Business
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Coronary Stents Show Clinical and Economic Staying Power

PatrickDriscoll - April 18, 2011

The worldwide market for coronary stents is estimated to be greater than $7 billion, with annual growth estimated at more…

Cardiology
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Total Artificial Heart Patient Bridged To Transplant

HerinaAyot - March 23, 2011

Last month, OneMedSentinel made mention of certifications for the world’s first Total Artificial Heart. SynCardia Systems Inc, the Tucson-based manufacturer…

Cardiology
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Dietary Fiber and Mortality

GlennLaffel - March 21, 2011

Scientists have proven that dietary fiber lowers the risk of coronary artery disease, diabetes and certain cancers. Surprisingly however, they…