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Dr. Nicholson Co-Moderates Microbiome Session at ACS Clinical Congress (2018-10-24)

Congratulations to J. Bradley Aust Surgical Society Resident Papers Competition Winners! (2018-06-18)

Dr. Al Fayyadh Earns MSCI Degree! (2018-05-30)

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Hernandez MC, Finnesgard EJ, Aho JM, Jenkins DH, Zielinski MD. Association of post-operative organ space infection after intraoperative irrigation in appendicitis. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2018 Apr;84(4):628-635. PMID: 29271870 View the abstract

Johnson M, Alarhayem A, Convertino V, Carter R 3rd, Chung K, Stewart R, Myers J, Dent D, Liao L, Cestero R, Nicholson S, Muir M, Schwacha M, Wampler D, DeRosa M, Eastridge B. Compensatory Reserve Index: Performance of a novel monitoring technology to identify the bleeding trauma patient. Shock. 2018 Mar;49(3):295-300. PMID: 28767544 View the abstract

Yamamoto R, Clanton D, Willis RE, Jonas RB, Cestero RF. Rapid decay of transthoracic echocardiography skills at 1 month: A prospective observational study. J Surg Educ. 2018 Mar - Apr;75(2):503-509. PMID: 28736288 View the abstract

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Photo Dr. Nicholson Co-Moderates Microbiome Session at ACS Clinical Congress
Dr. Susannah Nicholson (center) was a co-moderator for a session at the American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress in Boston, MA entitled: Friend or Foe? Understanding the Microbiome in the Surgical Patient. The microbiome is emerging as a major factor driving human health and disease. For surgeons, microbiome sciences have the potential to change clinical practice by developing science-based approaches to preparing the bowel for surgery, by changing our thinking around wound infections, by tracking the microbiome to detect cancer recurrence and by elucidating mechanisms by which the microbiome is influenced by surgical injury.
October 24, 2018

 


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