Displaying items by tag: department of surgery

Cannon has performed more robotic colorectal resections than any other female surgeon in the country, and the second most amongst all academic surgeons.
The challenge focuses on understanding the relationships between health conditions, health disparities and social determinants of health at the county level that may bring a higher burden of illness or mortality due to COVID-19.
The loss of rural hospitals has been felt most keenly in Southern regions of the United States, from Florida to Texas.
Kimberly Hendershot, M.D., assistant professor in the UAB Division of Acute Care Surgery, has been named an associate member in the new American College of Surgeons Academy of Master Surgeon Educators™.
There is a narrow window of opportunity for successfully treating major cardiovascular events, and patients risk serious consequences if they wait for symptoms to get worse before seeking medical attention.
Drs. Vickers and Pisu will use a $3 million, five-year National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities grant to study barriers that may exist for GI cancer patients to access quality cancer surgery in Alabama and Mississippi.
Low or limited health literacy is common among adults in the United States and may affect health outcomes in many ways, according to the government’s Healthy People 2020.
Cooper Pierce was 13 years old when doctors diagnosed him with pulmonary hypertension. He had a heart and double-lung transplant at UAB Hospital. Now, he is a student at UAB and hopes his story can inspire others.
A study identifying biomarkers for certain neuroendocrine cancers demonstrates a novel approach for identifying and detecting tumor drivers, giving this diagnostic-therapeutic coupled system a broad translational potential.
UAB Hospital tops the list of best hospitals in Alabama again, according to US News & World Report.
UAB's Trauma Burn intensive care unit is honored for their use of therapy dogs.
Doctors at UAB are now able to safely transplant organs from hepatitis C-positive donors into uninfected recipients and then treat the patients with antiviral therapy.
New evidence for sex disparity in liver transplants suggests a change may be needed in how livers are allocated.
Trauma centers are not as busy as usual, but injuries from falls and acts of violence are rising.
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