These are Few of my favourite things (at work): Parent’s tears with newborn’s first cry My patient’s facial expression when I tell her the biopsy is negative for cancer The nurses’ smile when I arrive on the floor Calling my patient’s partner after her… Read More ›
FDA warns about Laparoscopic Uterine Power Morcellation
On April 30, 2014, Johnson & Johnson suspended worldwide sale of its power morcellator, a device used during laparoscopic minimally invasive surgery to help remove large specimens (uterus, fibroids…) through small incisions. “This comes amid concerns over its potential to spread undetected cancer… Read More ›
Las Vegas for Pelvic Surgery! You bet.
I just came back from Las Vegas where I attended the 2013 Pelvic Anatomy and Gynecologic Surgery Symposium (PAGS) December 12-14 at the Venetian/Palazzo Resort. The symposium is offered every year in Las Vegas. It offers 19.5 CME credits… Read More ›