Mon.Jul 08, 2024

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Transition to SFNA: New Initiatives Unveiled

The CRNA Chase

As the Society of Future Nurse Anesthetists (SFNA) emerges from the Facebook Group “Future CRNA Society,” it is crucial to dive into the comprehensive programs and resources that define this transition phase. SFNA’s commitment is just what I envisioned when I started on this journey to help other aspiring CRNAs like myself. Mission and Vision Mission: The Society of Future Nurse Anesthetists is dedicated to empowering critical care nurses and aspiring nurse anesthetists throug

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A Patient’s Journey Through Sudden Heart Failure to a Life-Saving Heart Transplant

Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgeons

One of the most common health issues facing men is heart disease. A precursor to heart attacks and heart failure, heart disease continues to be the leading cause of death in men over recent years. Unfortunately, even if you are presumably healthy, with no history or obvious symptoms of heart disease, it still may be there. If you think it can’t happen to you, think again.

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Think twice before you spice up your sinuses

The Stitch

Dr. Meha Fox warns that eating spicy foods to clear your sinuses might not be the best idea and could prolong your symptoms. The post Think twice before you spice up your sinuses appeared first on Baylor College of Medicine Blog Network.

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CTVS Celebrates Physician Recognition

Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgeons

Nothing makes us prouder at CTVS than when our physicians are recognized by fellow peers in the medical community and professional achievement. This year we are pleased to share that not one, but two of our specialists have been named as Texas Monthly Super Doctors Rising Stars, cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Brendan P. Dewan and vascular surgeon Dr. Nicolas Zea.

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She hears, heeds, and helps those who heal others

Penn Medicine

Penn Presbyterian Medical Center’s Chief Human Resources Officer Kenya Pitt is forging connections within the hospital and throughout the community.