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The Acute Care Surgeon and Bariatric Emergencies

August 2015

At SAGES with Dr. Edward Felix, Gregory Dakin, MD from Cornell in New York explains the role of the acute care surgeon, both in general and more specifically with the bariatric patient. The two surgeons also cover mesh ...
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  • The Acute Care Surgeon and Bariatric Emergencies

    August 2015

    At SAGES with Dr. Edward Felix, Gregory Dakin, MD from Cornell in New York explains the role of the acute care surgeon, both in general and more specifically with the bariatric patient. The two surgeons also cover mesh ...
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  • Magnetic Device Achieves Persistent Control of GERD at Five Years

    August 2015

    Washington—Five years after surgical placement, a magnetic device to augment the lower esophageal sphincter continues to provide relatively tight control of gastroesophageal reflux, new data show.
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  • ERAS and Surgical Home Pathways Improve Colorectal Outcomes

    August 2015

    Honolulu—Previous research has demonstrated that both the perioperative surgical home (PSH) and enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) pathways are effective at improving patient outcomes, while reducing costs and use of health care resources. In a best-of-both-worlds study, researchers have ...
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