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Improved procedure to do laproscopic esophagectomy discovered

Researchers have developed a new improved procedure to do laproscopic esophagectomy on patients who suffers// from the problems of esophagus, including cancer of the esophagus. Currently to test the extent of damage in the esophagus, surgeons had accepted a noninvasive procedure called laprosc...

Leapfrog Group Hospital Survey Finds Majority of Hospitals Fail to Meet Important Quality Standards

...5% for heart angioplasty 32% for high-risk deliveries 23% for pancreatic resection 16% for bariatric surgery 15% for esophagectomy 7% for aortic valve replacement 5% for aortic abdominal aneurysm repair -- Sixty-five percent of participating hospi...

Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC one of Top Hospitals in national patient safety survey

...re coronary artery bypass graft, percutaneous coronary intervention, abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, aortic valve replacement, pancreatic resection, esophagectomy and bariatic surgery. Are hospital intensive care units staffed by qualified specialists? Do hospitals have safety practices and policies adv...

National Quality Forum Endorses National Consensus Standards Promoting Accountability and Public Reporting

...ection* -- Risk-adjusted morbidity: Length of stay > 14 days after elective lobectomy for lung cancer -- Risk-adjusted morbidity and mortality for esophagectomy for cancer* -- Discontinuation of prophylactic antibiotics (non-cardiac procedures)* -- Selection of prophylactic antibiotic - First OR second gen...

Endoscopic circumferential ablation promising for Barrett's esophagus with high-grade dysplasia

... esophagus, photosensitivity, and stricture formation. The primary benefit shared by the endoscopic techniques is esophageal preservation, whereas esophagectomy has merit because of resection of the entire organ, which allows for complete histologic assessment and removal of all the at-risk tissue. Circumfere...

Esophageal Cancer Rates Climb With Obesity

...bese patients. According to a new study at the University of Michigan Health System, obese patients who underwent a procedure called transhiatal esophagectomy primarily for esophageal cancer had outcomes similar to their lean counterparts. “The type of patient who currently develops esophageal cancer h...
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Multi-Centre European Clinical Trial Shows Advanced Dysplasia and Early Cancer of Esophagus Cured With Combined Endoscopic Resection and Radiofrequency Ablation With HALO Ablation System

...nocarcinoma (cancer), as in this study. Once dysplasia or cancer occurs, an esophagectomy (surgical removal of the entire esophagus) has been the first-line therapy....e esophagus," says Dr. Bergman. "Until now, these patients would receive an esophagectomy or more invasive endoscopic therapies, which often have associated safety r...
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Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Receives Prestigious Recognition for Patient Safety Efforts in National Survey

... artery bypass graft, percutaneous coronary intervention, abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, aortic valve replacement, pancreatic resection, esophagectomy and bariatic surgery. (Do we need to mention how this is evaluated in a pediatric hospital, where most of these things are done in very low vo...

New Study Reports That Ablative Therapy With HALO360 Device Effectively Treats Highest-Risk Category of Barrett's Esophagus

... the number of patients who have an esophagectomy, which has historically represented the standard of care for patients with high grade dysplasia." An esophagectomy is surgical removal of the entire esophagus. This study was conducted prior to availability of the HALO90 Ablation System, an adjunctive device that...
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