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Researchers at the University of California San Francisco analyzed data on hospital readmissions following spine surgery and found numbers larger than expected or appropriate.
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At the 19th Annual Ambulatory Surgery Centers Conference in Chicago, Sandra Jones, MBA, MS, CASC, FHFMA, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of ASD Management, will give a presentation titled "Key Practices to Improve Infection Rates and Clinical Quality."
Two new studies examining the effects of smoking on patients undergoing total joint replacement showed that smokers have a higher revision rate than non-smokers.
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Lateral mass fixation can be used safely with a low rate of morbidity for cervical myelopathy treatment, according to a study published in the Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques.
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A recent study published in Spine identified the level of risk patients undergoing lumbar fusion surgery have for pulmonary, gastrointestinal, neurologic, hematologic and urologic complications.
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A study recently published in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery has identified several risk factors for postoperative complications and death after spine surgery, according to a release from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
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St. Louis-based Washington University School of Medicine sports medicine specialists are leading a national study to analyze why revision ACL reconstruction has a high risk of failure, according to a Washington University news release.
A study published in Spine recently examined the risk factors for growing rod fractures and how surgeons might be able to prevent them.
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Patients undergoing orthopedic surgery who have coronary artery disease have an increased risk of clotting and bleeding complications postoperatively, according to a HealthDay news report from US News & World Report.
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The full-endoscopic interlaminar bilateral decompression with a unilateral approach is sufficient and safe as an alternative to traditional procedures for patients with spinal stenosis, according to a study published in Spine.
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