The short answer is, “not yet”.
Although newer anticoagulant drugs are now available, warfarin (Coumadin) is still the most commonly used oral blood thinner. While highly effective, warfarin has wide dosage requirements between patients. T Continue reading →
Venous thromboembolism (deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolism) mainly refers to a blood clot in the veins of the arm, leg or lung. We expect our healthcare providers to make timely and accurate diagnosis when a blood clot is a possibility. Howev Continue reading →
The contemporary treatment of many cancers over the past 30 years has resulted in impressive progress in the cure or remission of these diseases. However, for nearly 150 years, physicians have known that many cancers predispose a patient to develop Continue reading →
The often devastating consequences of having a blood clot in a major vein demands the need to explore safe and effective treatment strategies. We now know that in our bodies there is a constant, but normal, battle between blood clots forming and Continue reading →
Almost thirty years of cardiovascular surgical training and practice has allowed me to witness and achieve significant improvements in medical treatments, outcomes and reduction of procedure risks. However, I still think the risks of using the power Continue reading →