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Physicians Hail VNUS Device for Closing Diseased Perforating Veins

... cleared by the FDA for the treatment of incompetent perforating veins or IPVs, which can produce ... and they almost always present with large, incompetent perforating veins that unquestionably must be ... cleared by the FDA for the treatment of incompetent perforator veins. "The ClosureRFS Stylet has ...

New Mexico Supreme Court Ruling Enhances Air Ambulance Safety

... before selecting them to work in their facilities, they must also scrutinize air ambulance services. We have seen far too many crashes attributed to incompetent air ambulance operators for the hospitals not to be more careful when they bring a company to their helipad." Slack, a nationally prominent ...

Wound, Ostomy & Continence Nurses Society Focuses On Preparing the Next Generation of Leaders

... for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) and the American Board of Nursing Specialties (ABNS). The WOCNCB certification protects the public from unsafe and incompetent providers, provides consumers more options when choosing health care providers, and distinguishes the facility by providing expertise in wound, ...

VNUS Medical Technologies to Present at the Sidoti & Company 13th Annual New York Emerging Growth Institutional Investor Forum

... Inc. VNUS is a leading provider of medical devices for the minimally invasive treatment of venous reflux, a progressive condition caused by incompetent vein valves in the leg. VNUS sells the Closure system, which consists of a proprietary radiofrequency (RF) generator and proprietary disposable ...

New research in AJN shows link between nurse's criminal history and professional misconduct

... among those who were younger than 40, 49% recidivated, while 34% of those who were 40 years old or older. Protecting the public from incompetent or otherwise unsafe nursing practice is a responsibility of state boards of nursing. Boards of nursing can place nurses who have committed ...

VNUS Medical Technologies to Present at the Roth 21st Annual OC Growth Stock Conference

... Inc. VNUS is a leading provider of medical devices for the minimally invasive treatment of venous reflux, a progressive condition caused by incompetent vein valves in the leg. VNUS sells the Closure system, which consists of a proprietary radiofrequency (RF) generator and proprietary ...

VNUS Medical Technologies to Report Fourth-Quarter 2008 Results and Webcast Teleconference on February 10

... Inc. VNUS is a leading provider of medical devices for the minimally invasive treatment of venous reflux, a progressive condition caused by incompetent vein valves in the leg. VNUS sells the Closure system, which consists of a proprietary radiofrequency (RF) generator and proprietary ...

VNUS Medical Technologies to Present at 27th Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference

... Inc. VNUS is a leading provider of medical devices for the minimally invasive treatment of venous reflux, a progressive condition caused by incompetent vein valves in the leg. VNUS sells the Closure system, which consists of a proprietary radiofrequency (RF) generator and proprietary disposable ...

11.4% Shareholders & Former Executive Management of LCA-Vision Express Shock and Disbelief at Recent Adoption of Poison Pill

... adopted a poison pill. Often "shareholder right plans," poison pills and similar type of corporate (mis)governance shenanigans are associated with incompetent Boards of Directors and management teams entrenching themselves and protecting their positions and their compensation at the expense of their ...

Doctor-aided suicide: No slippery slope

... and 0.4 percent are extralegal because they involve patients with no current explicit request to die, but who either made one before becoming incompetent or are perceived to be suffering intolerably. Battins team analyzed data on assisted suicide and voluntary active euthanasia in the Netherlands ...

Euthanasia Should Be Legalised feels An Ethics Professor

... withdraw life-sustaining treatment like feeding tubes from severely incompetent patients, it should morally be recognised for what it is - euthanasia, ... explained that withdrawing feeding tubes, ventilators or antibiotics from incompetent patients might result in a slow, painful, and incomprehensible death that ...

Brickbats And Bouquets For U.S Prison Healthcare In-Charge

... inmates initially hailed his appointment as a prescription for a $1-billion-plus medical care system that they said was understaffed, riddled with incompetent doctors and plagued by an absence of standards and a shortage of basic supplies, such as bandages and hand soap. Yet time has dampened their ...

Pregnant Mom's Exposure to Flu Vaccine Benefits Fetal Immune System

... occur in utero following maternal vaccination against influenza, supporting the theory that the human neonatal immune system is not deficient or incompetent but, rather, capable of responding to environmental exposures. These conclusions have important implications for determining when immune responses to ...

Elders with Dementia Can Tap Into Memory Stores to Give Advice

... the academic journal The Gerontologist. 'A relatively common perception of adults with dementia in nursing homes is that they are helpless and incompetent and do not have the potential to maintain a certain level of independence and ability to communicate,' Dijkstra said. 'Our studies show that they ...

Senior Researcher Harassed In AIIMS

... their protest against the anti-reservation propaganda. "My participation in the group was not taken kindly in my Department and they found me incompetent post-protest even though the Head of the Department himself had given me an extension based on my performance of six months just prior to the ....

Take it if you can - Tough Times in Life Churn out Greenhorns

... in their personality, their views and beliefs and in some extreme cases, they may even take on their views and ideas of the world and come to feel incompetent (in their partner's eyes)." Kim added that there is already evidence to suggest that there is a relationship between intensity/frequency of ...

Cash-Strapped Hospital loses Top Surgeons

... felt that the state of the hospital reflected the limited support of the hospital's management. According to them, Mount Vernon was run by incompetent managers who were not bothered about the plight of Mount Vernon. Mr Gault claimed that enforced regulations like cost saving rules and waiting ...
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