Published in Health Business Week, December 8th, 2006
"We analyzed CPT codes to trace clinical outcomes of various anesthesia options used in patients who underwent lower extremity infrainguinal bypasses: GETA, spinal anesthesia (SA) and epidural anesthesia (EA)," said Distinguished Fellow Anton N. Sidawy, MD, chief of surgical services at the Veterans’ Affairs Medical Center and professor of surgery at George Washington and Georgetown Universities, in Washington, D.C. "We found that GETA was associated...
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