1. Robotic Surgery: Distal Pancreatectomy Spleen Preserving


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    more information on www.clinicalrobotics.com

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    • Get Your Rear in Gear


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      Colorectal cancer surgeon Janette Gaw hopes people will get behind her cause. “It’s called Get Your Rear in Gear. It is a national run.” On March 24th, Southwest Florida hosts a 5K run to benefit colorectal cancer, a disease that’s largely curable if caught. “The good news about colonoscopies is that it can actually prevent cancers. If you have a colonoscopy you take out the polyps, technically you should not develop colon cancer,” says Dr. Gaw. In this day and age, not everyone has insurance or can afford to pay for a colonoscopy. That’s why some of the proceeds from this race go towards leveling the playing field. “There’s a lot of people out there that need this kind of help,” says John Cook., John being one of them. In 2007 he was diagnosed with stage 3 rectal cancer. He is supposed to get annual colonoscopies now but money is tight. “Blood tests is all I was really getting because I didn’t have insurance and I couldn’t afford to get scans,” says Cook. A nurse suggested he seek a grant from the Get Your Rear in Gear proceeds. “It had been two years since I had one and she said I’ll send you these forms you can apply for it,” says Cook. John got the grant, underwent the colonoscopy, and got the all clear he was hoping for. “The follow up is important because you want to know.” He takes nothing in stride but later this month runners will as they take race to help others get a leg up. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we've been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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      • Eye Tearing Causes and Management


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        Dr. Taban explains the causes and management of tearing. He works with minimally invasive techniques and recovery is quick.

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        • St. Vincent @ Salon IKSV 21.02.2012


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          Live @ Salon IKSV Istanbul 21.02.2012

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          • Healthcare Stories - Mary Smith


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            Mary Smith, a wheelchair user who lives in Oakland, California, has Arthrogryposis Multiple Congenita.

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            • TabanMD Eyelid Surgeon: What Causes Droopy Eyelid and it's Management


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              Dr. Taban explains in detail what causes droopy upper eyelid and it's management. This is treated with outpatient surgery with a quick recovery in most cases.

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              • Chenda Medical Clinic


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                "Pro bono" commercial for the Chenda Polyclinic in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Shot on Panasonic AF-100 with lumix lenses and ninja recorder. Thanks for watching! All footages (excluding interviews) are for stock and are available for sale on Pond5.com (search for "dualstock")

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                • Dr. Farnam controls the Robot


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                  Dr. Farnam controls the DaVinchi Robot

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                  • Salma Suleiman - A Story of Hope


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                    Salma’s Story: Salma Suleiman, a twelve-year-old girl from Nairobi, Kenya received life transforming spine surgery with the help of the NuVasive Spine Foundation, January 4, 2012. Salma’s severe congenital scoliosis was discovered during a NuVasive Spine Foundation mission trip in June 2010, when Salma was brought to the Spine Injury Hospital by her mother and grandmother. Desperate to receive treatment, Salma’s scoliosis was so extreme, she would eventually die from suffocation or related heart failure if left untreated. The NuVasive Spine Foundation took action by planning and executing all logistics from visa assistance, providing a care taker and paying for all travel cost so Salma could receive treatment at Peyton Manning’s Children’s Hospital in Indiana, who provided the operating room and necessary surgical resources at no cost. As a result, the surgery performed significantly corrected her deformity and saved her life. Salma’s curvature has gone from 180 degrees to 70 degrees, she is able to stand taller (10 inches) and most importantly, her spine is not putting pressure on her lungs. Surgical product was donated by NuVasive and the surgical time and expertise was donated by Dr. David Schwartz, who went great lengths to involve Payton Manning Children’s Hospital in conjunction with St. Vincent’s Mission Integration, International Charity Care program. With the support of all parties involved, the NuVasive Spine Foundation, Dr. Schwartz, Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital, St. Vincent’s Mission Integration, along with the many others who donated their time, care and money to the NuVasive Spine Foundation, Salma can soon return to Kenya with a renewed chance at pursuing her hopes and dreams. When Salma was asked what she would like to be when she grows up, she answered “a surgeon,” so she can help children the way Dr. Schwartz has helped her. I feel fortunate to have been able to travel to Kenya in 2010 as I began this journey - and to follow her life changing surgery at St. Vincent's in Indianapolis to tell Salma's story and honor her mother's wish. Here is her story... Sincere thanks, Nadia Borowski Scott

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                    • Dr. Farnam Epicenter


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                      Dr. Richard Farnam talks about his Epicenter in El Paso, TX

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