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Asirvatham's research and innovation interests include: Development of a percutaneous epicardial system to close the left atrial appendage Renal nerve stimulation for the treatment of neurocardiogenic syncope Development of a novel circuit to prevent...
Oklu uses bioengineering approaches to treat vascular diseases such as acute and chronic bleeding, vascular malformations, varicose veins, aneurysms and cancer.
Griffiths' laboratory team has ongoing research into approaches for tissue engineering of a wide range of vascular structures (such as veins, and small- and large-diameter arteries), for replacement or regeneration of vascular struct...
Location Rochester, Minnesota Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Clinical Studies See my clinical studies PUBLICATIONS See my publications PROFESSIONAL DETAILS Primary Appointment Consultant, Division of Vascular, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine Direc...
Research interests include regional management of hepatic malignancy, hepatic artery embolization/chemoembolization, TheraSphere therapy for hepatic tumors, portal vein embolization as an adjunct to hepatic resection, pharmacology of...
Using the resources of the Rochester Epidemiology Project, we have identified the 30-year inception cohort of Olmsted County residents with a first lifetime episode of deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolism.
Location Rochester, Minnesota Contact Park.Myung@mayo.edu Clinical Profile SUMMARY In the United States alone, there are over 900,000 cases a year of deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism in hospitalized patients.
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