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The Cutting Edge - Cutting Edge Winter 2012

Cutting Edge Winter 2012

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Instead of the three weeks she had expected to be in the hospital, Antara Desai stayed at Hopkins for four months while she was weaned off the ventilator and pushed herself in physical therapy.
THE TRANSPLANT THAT'S AS TOUGH AS IT GETS

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Instead of the three weeks she had expected to be in the hospital, Antara Desai stayed at Hopkins for four months while she was weaned off the ventilator and pushed herself in physical therapy.

Articles in this Issue

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The Surgeon Speaks

  • This patient's transplant could not have been successful without the interdisciplinary cooperation of multiple units, and the patient's own strength and perseverance.

Perspectives

  • Hopkins' involvement in the American College of Surgeons' National Surgical Quality Improvement Program is a key to our success.

Teams at Work: Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

  • The Department of Surgery at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center is building its surgical volume.

Let's Meet

  • Price, who cares for burn patients, is a recent addition to the newly formed Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

Changing Lives Through Research

  • Hopkins' Center for Surgical Trials and Outcomes Research brings together a wealth of knowledge, resources, and manpower that gives faculty members the assistance they need to launch successful studies.

On the Job

Those Who Give

Planning Ahead

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