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New York’s Highest Paid Surgeons Suspended after a No Show for Brain Surgery – Patient Was Prepped and Out Cold Already by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 13 May 2009 10:47pm This occurred at North Shore University Hospital where the 2 top surgeons left a patient ready for surgery, head shaved, under anesthesia, etc.  One surgeon was not able to operate and the other refused as he said she was not his patient when called.   Dr. Milhorat had refused to cover for  Dr.Bolognese.  After the suspension, Dr. Milhorat re ... Read on »
Brain surgery on an out patient ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:23pm Brain surgery on an out patient basis in the UK...BD The technique has been developed by Britain's youngest female brain surgeon, Dr. Gelareh Zadeh at University College Hospital, London. The new technique "freezes" the patient's scalp with a local anaesthetic before making an incision in their skull. Experts say the use of a local rather th ... Read on »
Calif. Health System Live Tweets Photos, Videos of Brain SurgeryReporting Technology’s Impact on Healthcare by Francine H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 24 May 2013 12:00am The University of California-Los Angeles Health System used Twitter to post videos and photos of a brain pacemaker surgery performed Thursday morning. The health system says that the goal of tweeting the surgery was to call attention to the use of brain pacemakers. Los Angeles Times. from iHealthBeat http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Ihealthbeat/ ... Read on »
A Pill To Prevent Brain Surgery? by Ed H. Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Fri 28 Oct 2011 1:52pm Brain surgery remains one of the more complex procedures in the clinical arsenal, an intervention any doctor would like to avoid if possible. But many conditions – a growing brain tumor, a bleeding hemorrhage – require the surgeon to go in, opening the skull, dodging blood vessels, and preserving healthy tissue to correct the problem. If these ... Read on »
Are you having brain surgery? Need a cap? Want to help? by Zipperhead .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:28pm I recently spoke with my two major online crochet groups regarding the great need for caps for brain surgery patients. I discussed how there are so many groups that make chemo caps for cancer centers but when facing my first brain surgery I could only find one charity group that was willing to provide me with a cap. So I decided to ta ... Read on »
Third brain surgery in 6 months! by akontarinis Posted Wed 14 Oct 2009 10:02pm I swear I had thick hair in January!! It’s been a while since the last post and I have been completely avoiding airing any of my dirty laundry in public, but it’s now time. First, the good news. My irrigation infection brain surgery went fine. I have been out of the hospital for a couple of weeks and am hooked up to a PICC line ... Read on »
Brain Surgery and stress by Jessica Muir Posted Mon 20 Jun 2011 7:17pm What a stressful weekend. It was nice in that it was Father's Day and my Dad is certainly someone to celebrate. I had a nice time with him on his day. Otherwise it was such a busy non stop weekend that by Sunday night my body was physically exhausted at every level. I even started to get chills, that's my sign of enough is enough. I helped ... Read on »
Dachel Media Update: Brain Surgery, Free Autism Screenings by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 Feb 2013 12:00am Feb 11, 2013,  KMEG-TV Sioux City, IA: The United States of Autism: Film Debut Features Iowa Family Feb 11, 2013, NY Daily News: Include autism in medical curriculum: Health minister Feb 10, 2013, Feb 10, 2012, West-info.eu: Brain surgery to treat autism KMEG-TV "It's been two and a ha ... Read on »
Brain Surgery, Part 2 by elizabeth Posted Thu 17 Oct 2013 11:03pm Vintage Brain Surgery illustration, via Scientific American Magazine Here's Part 1. And here's the rest “There have been great advancements in the area over the last ten or so years,” he continued, “and outcomes can be significantly more positive than they ever were.”             I shifted in my seat, nodded my head, ... Read on »