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Video: Cerebrovascular Neurosurgeon on the Importance of Flow Measurement During Cerebrovascular Surgery

Posted by Tim Callahan on Sep 9, 2019

Many cerebrovascular neurosurgeons use a Doppler flow probe to measure flow velocity during a procedure. However, a Transit-time ultrasound micro-flowprobe provides more objective volume flow measurements during cerebrovascular surgical procedures.

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Physician Specialists are in Demand: The Latest Information

Posted by Tim Callahan on Sep 4, 2019

Medical specialists are in increasing demand, as evidenced by the latest data tracking physician recruitment and salary trends from Merritt Hawkins. The data show that hospitals, health systems and other medical groups are seeking more physician specialists and fewer primary care physicians.

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Acute Kidney Injury (AKI): CKD Risk Factor

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Sep 2, 2019

(Gleaned from the 2018 USRDS Annual Data Report: Volume 1, Chapter 5: www.usrds.org)

Acute kidney injury (AKI), also called acute renal failure, is a rapid loss of kidney function. It is a common complication among hospitalized patients and is associated with both morbidity and mortality. 

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HealthCorps Teaches American Youth Wellness

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Aug 28, 2019

Founded by cardiothoracic surgeon and television personality Dr. Mehmet Oz in 2003, HealthCorps is an American non-profit organization that provides school-based and organizational health education and peer mentoring, in addition to community outreach to under-served populations – mostly Hispanic and African American. Its mission is to make students happier and more productive by giving them life-saving skills in nutrition, fitness and mental resilience as well as CPR training, organ donation and more. The program claims to impact from 400 to 600 high school students per school per year.

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End-Stage Renal Disease in the US (USRDS) 2018

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Aug 26, 2019

(Gleaned from the 2018 USRDS Annual Data Report: Volume II: Chapter 1)

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ELSA Monitor Used to Optimize ECMO Flow in 10-Year-Old Child

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Aug 23, 2019

Dr. Martin Ruß and his critical care team at the Intensive Care Clinic of Charité - Medical University and Institutes of Health in Berlin, Germany, report a case in which they used the Transonic ELSA Monitor to optimize oxygen flow in a 10-year-old ECMO patient.

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UK Questionnaire Seeks Insight on Hemodialysis Patient Satisfaction

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Aug 21, 2019

An end-stage-renal-disease (ESRD) patient’s vascular access is a constant reminder that they have a life threatening disease and must rely on dialysis to live. Their access is their link to life. However, all types of vascular accesses, be they arteriovenous fistulas (AVFs), prosthetic grafts (AVGs), or central venous catheters (CVCs) require maintenance and have complications that can impact a patient’s overall quality of life.

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Flow Data Gives Pediatric Surgeons New Insights after Norwood Surgery

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Aug 19, 2019

Pediatric cardiac surgeons at Children’s National Health System in Washington, D.C., perform the Stage 1 Norwood surgery to correct the hearts of infants born with congenital defects.1 They find postoperative management after Stage 1 Norwood surgery particularly challenging because of the lack of real-time monitoring or data about systemic and pulmonary blood flow.

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Kidney Care News to Know

Posted by Deborah Brouwer-Maier RN, CNN on Aug 14, 2019

Trump Administration Announces Plan to Change Kidney Care in the U.S.

President Trump signed an executive order to launch Advancing American Kidney Health, which is designed to increase earlier intervention, incentivize dialysis providers to direct more patients to home hemodialysis and increase the number of kidneys available for transplant.

Specifically, the initiative aims to:

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Hemodynamic Monitoring: Updated Cardiac Function Parameters

Posted by Deborah Brouwer-Maier RN, CNN on Aug 12, 2019

Hemodialysis patients who do not feel well at the end of a session are subject to an unidentified decrease in Cardiac Index. End-stage renal disease (ESRD) patients are at increased risk of complications and death from cardiovascular disease (CVD). In fact, mortality rates from CVD are up to 30 times higher for ESRD patients than those in the general population.

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