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Nation's Fourth Hand Transplant Performed at Jewish Hospital Hand Care Center by Kleinert Kutz and University of Louisville Surgeons

LOUISVILLE, Ky., July 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Dave Robert Armstrong, a 32-year-old Upland, California man has joined an elite group of men around the world by receiving a hand transplant today, July 12, 2008. The surgery was performed at Jewish Hospital Hand Care Center by Kleinert Kutz ...

Hand Transplantation Marks Historical 10-Year Milestone

...ewish Hospital, the University of Louisville and kleinert Kutz & Associates, who developed the hand tran...nt recipient Warren C. Breidenbach, M.D., kleinert Kutz & Associates, lead hand transplant surgeo...n surgeons from the University of Louisville and kleinert Kutz & Associates performed the 14 1/2-hour pr...

Fifth U.S. Hand Transplant Patient Gets Look at New Hand

...tect and control movements of his hand. Therapy at kleinert Kutz Hand Care Center will also begin today." Hon...discharged from Jewish Hospital tomorrow. kleinert Kutz and University of Louisville hand surgeons ...procedure. Warren C. Breidenbach, III, M.D., with kleinert Kutz and University of Louisville assistant clin...

World Renowned Hand Surgeon Helps Patients 'Conquer' Joint Discomfort Naturally

... LEXINGTON, Ky., June 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Renowned surgeon and co-founder of kleinert Kutz Hand Care Center in Louisville, KY, Dr. Joseph E. Kutz has specialized...d improving the use of our hands." In addition to being the co-founder of kleinert Kutz, Dr. Kutz is the Chairman for the Division of Hand Surgery at the Univ...

Talent Shortage Emerges as No. 1 Employer Concern: Deloitte/ISCEBS

... total rewards programs with generational preferences in mind, nearly one-third of respondents (32 percent) answered in the affirmative. Phoenix and kleinert believe that response will likely rise sharply in future surveys, as employers begin to link their current worries about future talent acquisition, wi...
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Fifth U.S. Hand Transplant Patient Heads Home to NY

...a three-month stay in Louisville under the care of kleinert Kutz and University of Louisville surgeons. ...w.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090217/DC71832 ) kleinert Kutz and UofL hand surgeons performed the Hondusky...ical procedure. Warren C. Breidenbach, M.D., with kleinert Kutz and University of Louisville assistant clin...

Kleinert Kutz Hand Surgeons Perform Fifth U.S. Hand Transplant in Record Time at Jewish Hospital Hand Care Center

...OUISVILLE, Ky., Nov. 25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- kleinert Kutz and University of Louisville hand surgeons ...d researchers at Jewish Hospital Hand Care Center, kleinert Kutz and the University of Louisville developed ...procedure. Warren C. Breidenbach, III, M.D., with kleinert Kutz and assistant clinical professor of surgery a...
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