interventionalist

interventionalist

Physician specifically trained to perform interventional or minimally invasive procedures.
[in-tĕr-ven'shŭn-ă-list]
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The danger is however, that the world will emulate the scapegoating, separatist and authoritarian rhetoric being articulated by the likes of Donald Trump and Marie Le Pen to legitimize the use of more interventionalist economic policies.
Western interventionalist politics, as well as instability and war in the Middle East have been repeatedly recorded through studies as the most commonly cited justifications behind extremism and terrorism, factors which come out well above religious identity and ideology.
Ultimately she concluded that it is possible that ZeaAEs particular analysis was also influenced by his access to Spanish translations of SpencerAEs works as an element in his crusade to elevate Latin America to the premier level of philosophical originality, a characteristic of Latin American intellectuals of the 1960s and 1970s in their broader attempt to reject the interventionalist policies of the United States.
Effective communication is achieved through dynamic team collaboration among the interventionalist, technologists, and primary and secondary healthcare providers.
THIS volume was written with the junior Radiology Interventionalist in mind, though it is also an excellent resource for Radiology Nurses.
Researchers added, however, that the interventionalist who performs the carotid artery stenting should have done at least 100 procedures and that the stenting should be done at a high-volume center.
It places enormous demands on the interventionalist, on the imaging specialists, and on the emergency team that gets the patient to a designated stroke care facility.
Bondability to ABS and regulatory pre-compliance have enabled a Medalist medical elastomer from Teknor Apex to play a key role in a device that simplifies the delicate and often complicated deployment of catheters and guide wires for interventionalist procedures, which are less invasive alternatives to surgery.
The accessory veins may steal blood away from the AVF and should be referred to an interventionalist (Asif et al.
All the interventionalist has to do is put a balloon in each of the four pulmonary veins and turn on the switch for the cryo, the ultrasound, or the laser.
It wants to take a more interventionalist approach in tackling climate change, conserving carbon and reducing flooding instead of relying on market forces alone.
They take hours, and most interventionalist cardiologists don't want to do them," commented Dr.