Physicians at Princeton Medical Center have repurposed a therapy that has been used for years to support oxygen levels in patients with severe lung disease.
New guidelines, developed with the help of UAB physicians, that recommend shorter courses of antibiotics for four common infections are being welcomed by clinicians across Alabama and the U.S.
"We're thrilled. I knew we had good quality outcomes and I knew this was something we focused on, but I had no idea how well we stacked up against other hospitals in the nation," says Jesanna Cooper, MD, OBGYN and chair of the Women and Infants Department at Princeton Baptist Medical Center.
Courage doesn't mean being unafraid. Rather, it is fortitude and selflessness that move some people beyond their own concerns to do what must be done.
When two good ideas cross paths by chance, sometimes something wonderful happens. When Farrell Mendelsohn MD, an interventional cardiologist with Cardiology PC at Princeton Baptist Medical Center, was at a medical conference in Las Vegas, he happened to meet Raymond Cohen, who is CEO of Minnow Medical, a small biotech company that had developed a balloon catheter device designed for leg procedures.
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