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    • Pain Management after Cardiac Surgery 

      Langley, Malinda Elizabeth Pauley (East Carolina University, 2009)
      Postoperative pain relief is one of the most important concerns for patients undergoing cardiac surgery and is one of the most clinically challenging problems for nurses. It is widely recognized that postoperative pain can ...
    • Robotic Surgical Training in an Academic Institution 

      Chitwood, W. Randolph; Nifong, L. Wiley; Chapman, William H. H.; Felger, Jason E.; Bailey, B. Marcus; Ballint, Tara; Mendleson, Kim G.; Kim, Victor B.; Young, James A.; Albrecht, Robert A. (East Carolina University, 2001-10)
      Objective To detail robotic procedure development and clinical applications for mitral valve, biliary, and gastric reflux operations, and to implement a multispecialty robotic surgery training curriculum for both ...
    • Robotics in Cardiac Surgery: Past, Present, and Future 

      Bolotin, Gil; Nir, Rony-Reuven (2013-07)
      Robotic cardiac operations evolved from minimally invasive operations and offer similar theoretical benefits, including less pain, shorter length of stay, improved cosmesis, and quicker return to preoperative level of ...