The Latest Clinical Articles in Surgery - Plastic/Reconstructive

1Identifying the bariatric patient at risk for pulmonary embolism: prospective clinical trial using duplex sonography and blood screeningObesity Surgery, March 27, 2015  Clinical Article
2Prospective randomized controlled trial comparing the effects of noncontact low frequency ultrasound to standard care in healing split-thickness donor sitesJournal of the American College of Surgeons, March 27, 2015  Clinical Article
3Lymph node flap transfer for patients with secondary lower limb lymphedemaMicrosurgery, March 27, 2015  Clinical Article  Review Article
4Bariatric surgery operating room time--size mattersObesity Surgery, March 26, 2015  Clinical Article
5Is CT angiography of the head useful in the management of traumatic brain injury?Journal of the American College of Surgeons, March 26, 2015  Clinical Article
6Incidence and clinical implications of upper extremity deep vein thrombosis after laparoscopic bariatric proceduresObesity Surgery, March 25, 2015  Review Article
7Using lifestyle medicine in U.S. health care to treat obesity: too many bariatric surgeriesCurrent Sports Medicine Reports, March 25, 2015  Clinical Article
8Effects of biliopancreatic diversion on diurnal leptin, insulin and free fatty acid levelsBritish Journal of Surgery, March 24, 2015  Clinical Article
9Postoperative CPAP use impacts long-term weight loss following bariatric surgeryJournal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, March 24, 2015  Clinical Article
10Evidence supporting the need for bariatric surgery to address the obesity epidemic in the United StatesCurrent Sports Medicine Reports, March 24, 2015  Clinical Article
1American College of Physicians joins HHS in accelerating alternative payment methods through ‘Health Care Payment Learning and Action Network’ American College of Physicians News, March 26, 2015
2Ablation during mitral valve surgery reduces atrial-fibrillationAmerican College of Cardiology News, March 18, 2015
3Routine clot removal after heart attack not beneficial, may increase riskAmerican College of Cardiology News, March 18, 2015
4Remote ischemic preconditioning fails to improve heart bypass outcomesAmerican College of Cardiology News, March 18, 2015
5Complete angioplasty safe for certain heart attack survivorsAmerican College of Cardiology News, March 18, 2015
6Patients 80 years and older would benefit from aggressive treatmentAmerican College of Cardiology News, March 18, 2015
7Arm is safer access point than groin for catheter-based heart proceduresAmerican College of Cardiology News, March 18, 2015
8Trial of bivalirudin during angioplasty reports mixed resultsAmerican College of Cardiology News, March 18, 2015
9Bendavia does not reduce scarring from angioplasty after heart attackAmerican College of Cardiology News, March 18, 2015
10Old blood as good as fresh in patients with life threatening illnessesOttawa Hospital Research Institute News, March 18, 2015

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