A patient in Austin is one of the first to get this surgery, thanks to a fast-tracked FDA study on the redesigned stent.
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“It’s stressful. We are afraid,” said one Medicaid patient.
Doctors in Austin are currently looking for a wide swath of people to study, from those who don’t have the disease to early-stage patients.
Austin Eddins used to ride a Suzuki. Now, he walks on his “Cadillac,” a bionic, prosthetic leg.
The app’s creator said women in rural areas could benefit the most from the app.
“They had told us that he pretty much had a zero percent chance of coming home,” says Mary McCarty.
“Her body is literally fragile,” said the toddler’s mother.
The Kids First program at Leander ISD’s Reagan Elementary focuses on teaching students about disabilities that other kids face.
“Some of this is always just wondering what I can do with my riding and having this opportunity to see.”
Organizers said most of the campers are quite fit, but there are nurses on hand this weekend, just in case.
Dr. Patricia Gomez Dinger gives her patients small doses of peanut protein and as patients build a tolerance for the protein, she ramps up d…
Doctors say the next step now is to monitor patients for the next year to determine if the stent is safe for other patients.
It all started as a major assignment in their biomedical class: create a project on the topic of pregnancy.
When the real move comes on Sunday, the clock starts the moment the first critical care patient enters an ambulance.
A.J. Coldiron is headed to Panama later this month and vacation is the last thing on his mind.
The normal operating room at Dell Seton is much bigger than the largest one at UMC Brackenridge.
‘Every patient who comes into our office, all the information we need is right there in her body.’
For the first time Wednesday, the hospital tested one of its top trauma teams in a drill that included STAR Flight pilots and medics.