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surgical specialties

Those subspecialties in the UK which are managed under the umbrella of surgery, including
(1) Traditional surgical subspecialties, including cardiac, cardiothoracic, ENT, general, neurosurgery, ophthalmology, orthopaedics (including trauma surgery), paediatric, plastic, thoracic, urology and vascular surgery; and
(2) Non-traditional subspecialties, including A&E, anaesthetics, pain management, intensive-care medicine.
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Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, has announced its first Surgical Specialties Innovation Challenge.
BRAINTREE, MA, March 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - Surgical Specialties Corporation, a leading provider of branded, private label, and OEM medical devices for advanced surgical wound closure and ophthalmology, announced today it has been awarded a group purchasing agreement with Premier, Inc.
To recruit more women into surgical specialties and build the leadership pipeline, medical schools should foster work-life balance and build mentoring, networking, and other opportunities that make surgery residencies more attractive to women.
Other segments within the company that performed well in the first quarter included surgical specialties, which posted a triple-digit increase (166%) compared with the same period last year, and dental, which grew by 45.
The Fellowship status means the physician is a graduate of an approved medical school; has completed advanced training in one of the 14 surgical specialties recognized by the college; possesses certification by an American surgical specialty board; and has been in practice in the same geographic location for at least one year at the time of application.
The new quarterly will include content on the clinical applications of robotics across all surgical specialties with information on emerging technical innovations and techniques.
Any-head, any-time technology enables the use of one CCU with any camera head, encompassing all surgical specialties and procedures, which simplifies procedure set-up and maximizes OR standardization.
In addition, the Company provides contract medical procedures to hospitals, surgi-centers and doctors' offices, offering a wide range of products and services across multiple specialty areas, including dermatology, urology, gynecology, orthopedics, and other surgical specialties.
We are all deeply appreciative of Tom's leadership and extraordinary contribution to Angiotech's successful turnaround and the emergence of our Surgical Specialties business," said Jeff Goldberg, Co-Chair of the Board.
Contract award: supply and delivery of surgical instruments performed for all surgical specialties for all establishments of public assistance - hospitals of paris.
It has a circulation of 45,000 ACS members working in a variety of surgical specialties including general surgery, thoracic, vascular, pediatric, colon/rectal, plastic, and ophthalmology as well as an additional 14,000 non-member general surgeons.
Both Dan and Brennan share my view that Surgical Specialties represents an intriguing opportunity with an established set of products and customer commitment that with enhanced focus and timely execution represent an exciting platform for future growth.