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Susan Eymann, MS

Susan Eymann is a medical writer with over 20 years of experience covering topics related to intraoperative blood flow measurement. She is also the author of the handbook, Flow-based Intraoperative Coronary Artery Bypass Patency Assurance, which has been widely recognized as one of the most valuable publications on graft patency currently in circulation. Susan holds a Master's of Science degree in Biology from Penn State University.

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Ethan Lindberg Foundation Supports Families and Children with CHD

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Feb 28, 2020

In recognition of February as American Heart Awareness month, Transonic is pleased to share this blog heart blog along with an offer for a free Transonic Flowprobe. To learn more about the offer, click here.

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2018 European Guidelines Stress Quality Measures

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Feb 26, 2020

In recognition of February as American Heart Awareness month, Transonic is pleased to share this blog heart blog along with an offer for a free Transonic Flowprobe. To learn more about the offer, click here.

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2018 European Guidelines Suggest Undergoing CABG in Centers That Perform at Least 200 CABG Cases per Year

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Feb 24, 2020

In recognition of February as American Heart Awareness month, Transonic is pleased to share this blog heart blog along with an offer for a free Transonic Flowprobe. To learn more about the offer, click here.

The 2018 European Guidelines for Myocardial Revascularization suggest that patients should take note of the number of coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) surgeries performed by a medical center before undergoing CABG at a particular center. The Guidelines point to studies that suggest that the volume of CABG surgeries performed in a hospital significantly impacts outcomes including in-hospital mortality.1,2

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Non-Profit Mended Hearts Offers Support to Heart Disease Patients

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Feb 21, 2020

In recognition of February as American Heart Awareness month, Transonic is pleased to share this blog heart blog along with an offer for a free Transonic Flowprobe. To learn more about the offer, click here.

Mended Hearts (www.mendedhearts.org) is a national and community-based non-profit organization that has been offering the gift of hope to heart disease patients, their families and caregivers for over sixty-eight years. As the largest peer-to-peer cardiovascular support organization in the world, Mended Hearts seeks to “To inspire hope and improve the quality of life of heart patients and their families through ongoing peer-to-peer support, education, and advocacy”.

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Do You Know Your HD Patient’s Cardiac Status? It Could Be a Matter of Life and Death!

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Feb 19, 2020

In recognition of February as American Heart Awareness month, Transonic is pleased to share this blog heart blog along with an offer for a free Transonic Flowprobe. To learn more about the offer, click here.

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) patients.1,2

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Heart Facts, Part 2

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Feb 17, 2020

In recognition of February as American Heart Awareness month, Transonic is pleased to share this blog heart blog along with an offer for a free Transonic Flowprobe. To learn more about the offer, click here.

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Heart Facts, Part 1

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Feb 12, 2020

In recognition of February as American Heart Awareness month, Transonic is pleased to post this blog along with an offer for a free Transonic Flowprobe. To learn more about how you can get a free Transonic Flowprobe, click here.

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Transition of Care for Persons with CKD - 2018

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Feb 10, 2020

(Gleaned from the 2018 USRDS Annual Data Report: Volume 1, Chapter 9: www.usrds.org)

The Transition of Care in Chronic Kidney Disease (TC-CKD) Special Study Center examines the transition of care to renal replacement therapy (dialysis or transplantation) in patients with very-late-stage (advanced) non-dialysis dependent CKD. These are often persons with an estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) <25 mL/min/1.73m2.

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Healthcare Expenditures for Persons with CKD in 2018

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Oct 7, 2019

(Gleaned from the 2018 USRDS Annual Data Report: Volume 1, Chapter 7: www.usrds.org)

Persons with chronic kidney disease (CKD), but not end-stage renal disease (ESRD) often have extensive healthcare needs and frequently face coexisting illnesses. Medicare beneficiaries enrolled in managed care grew from 13 percent in 2004 to 33 percent in 2017. In March 2017, 19 million individuals were enrolled in a Medicare Advantage plan.

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Topics: Hemodialysis

California’s Proposition 8 Would Regulate the Amount Outpatient Kidney Dialysis Clinics Could Charge for Dialysis Treatments

Posted by Susan Eymann, MS on Nov 5, 2018

As Californians go to the polls on November 6th, they will have the opportunity to vote on Proposition 8, a measure that would cap the outpatient kidney dialysis clinics profits and provide incentives for higher staff levels and pay at their hundreds of California clinics. 

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