Dr. James Holmes, Jr., a cardiologist at the Mayo Clinic, is reporting results of a study that seem to indicate that it may be safe for patients to have their preliminary cardiac catherization followed by immediate surgery to repair a damaged or defective valve. Historically, these two procedures have been performed on separate days (and even sometimes separate admissions).
Ohio Orthopedic surgeon Dr. Michael A. Banks hopes his successful lawsuit against medical malpractice attorney John E. Duda will make plaintiffs’ attorneys reconsider when thinking about filing frivolous lawsuits.
With a frank declaration, the British glamour maven discusses her plans for major reconstructive surgery after giving birth to her third child. She even plans to be wheeled directly from the labor suite to the operating room.
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