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Speaking from the Hip: A Discussion on Orthopedic Care, Episode TwoOrthopedic Surgeons John Uribe, M.D. and Anthony Miniaci, M.D., Chief Medical Executive and Deputy Chief Medical Executive respectively, sit down and talk all things Orthopedic Care on this episode of Speaking from the Hip, brought to you by Baptist Health Orthopedic Care.
Baptist Health Orthopedic Care Offers Latest Robotic-Assisted System for Minimally Invasive Hip, Knee ReplacementsThe manufacturer of the ROSA Hip System, the latest advancement in surgical robotics, states that it is “precisely personalized” by providing surgeons with real-time data and imaging feedback on the patient’s unique hip anatomy.
Diego Torres-Russotto, M.D., joins Baptist Health Miami Neuroscience Institute as Chair of NeurologyDiego Torres-Russotto, M.D., joins Baptist Health Miami Neuroscience Institute, as the inaugural chair of the Neurology division.
Lutetium-177 (177Lu) - PSMA-617 for Metastatic Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer: Updated National Society GuidelinesThe most recent American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) guidelines for the management of metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer (mCRPC) was published in 2014.
RESET-RA trial explores a novel vagus nerve stimulation device for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritisA research team at Baptist Health, located in south Florida, is participating in a randomized-controlled, parallel-assignment clinical trial. This trial explores a new vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) device called the SetPoint System.
AI: A Game-Changer in Screening MammographyDiagnostic radiologists can scroll through upwards of 25,000 mammography images per day in search of the smallest suspicious lesion. The task is extremely taxing and image interpretation is variable.
Milestone 1000th Patient Treated Using Gamma Knife at Miami Cancer InstituteLeading the fight against brain metastases, Baptist Health Miami Cancer Institute hit a new milestone recently. The center treated its 1000th patient using Gamma Knife radiosurgery, an incisionless radiation therapy that precisely targets a tumor, importantly minimizing damage to otherwise healthy brain tissue.
New Class of Drugs Show Promise in Treating Recurrent Cervical CancerWith a poor prognosis for many patients with relapsing gynecological cancers ? particularly for those who received conventional treatment only ? gynecological oncologists are on the search for novel therapies.
With a Focus on Advancing Cancer Treatments, Researchers With Baptist Health Cancer Care Focus on Trials Benefiting PatientsFrom a deep dive into genetic mutations to studies using novel therapies, physician-investigators at Miami Cancer Institute and Lynn Cancer Institute, part of Baptist Health Cancer Care, are conducting important leading edge research to advance cancer care.
Experts Clarify the Growing Links Between Cardiovascular Disease and DementiaResearch continues to indicate that problems with the vascular system — the heart and blood vessels that supply blood to the brain — can contribute to the development of dementia.
Preventing Fractures in the Bone Mets PopulationPreventing fractures in patients with bone metastasis improves mobility and quality of life ? and for some, it means prolonged survival as well, according to recent studies. While not all cancer patients have access to an orthopedic oncologic specialist, it’s important that medical and radiation oncologists prioritize the referral of those with bone mets for a skeletal evaluation early in their diagnosis, says Juan Pretell, M.D., chief of musculoskeletal oncology surgery at Baptist Health Miami Cancer Institute.
Speaking from the Hip: A Discussion on Orthopedic CareOrthopedic Surgeons John Uribe, M.D. and Anthony Miniaci, M.D., Chief Medical Executive and Deputy Chief Medical Executive respectively, sit down and talk all things Orthopedic Care on this episode of Speaking from the Hip, brought to you by Baptist Health Orthopedic Care.