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Baltimore Sun
UMMS must pay family $10 million in malpractice suittheir body. The drug pulls potassium from the blood into the colon, where it is
UMMS must pay family $10 million in malpractice suit
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
their body. The drug pulls potassium from the blood into the colon, where it is then released through a bowel movement. A University of Maryland Medical Center doctor who prescribed the drug for Allen didn't know the complications it causes,... Read more
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The Daily Record
Baltimore jury awards $10M in medical malpractice casejury awarded $10 million Thursday to the family of a man who died following tre
Baltimore jury awards $10M in medical malpractice case
The Daily Record / Posted 2 days ago
jury awarded $10 million Thursday to the family of a man who died following treatment for liver and kidney issues at the University of Maryland Medical Center in 2013. The award for Dennis Allen Jr.'s widow and eight children will be reduced by... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Abell Foundation invests in sleep device companydoctors. The company also has an exclusive license for a sleep apnea machine t
Abell Foundation invests in sleep device company
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
doctors. The company also has an exclusive license for a sleep apnea machine that was created by Dr. Jeffrey Wolf at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The machine allows physicians to see a 3-D ultrasound image of the airway that is... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Former Harford State Sen. Nancy Jacobs announces cancer diagnosispart of her thyroid where the cancer was subsequently discovered. She will unde
Former Harford State Sen. Nancy Jacobs announces cancer diagnosis
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
part of her thyroid where the cancer was subsequently discovered. She will undergo radiation treatment therapy at the University of Maryland Medical Center, where Hogan was treated, she said.​ One of the more popular political figures in... Read more
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Boston Globe
Should transplant patients be told the organ donor was an addict?He was watching TV in bed when he got the call. It was the transplant team at t
Should transplant patients be told the organ donor was an addict?
Boston Globe / Posted 10 days ago
He was watching TV in bed when he got the call. It was the transplant team at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore. They had a kidney for him, from a donor who had just overdosed in a New York deli. Did he want it? Brian wasn’t in... Read more
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Baltimore Orioles
Fan Appreciation Weekend to highlight final Orioles homestand of the 2016 seasonpitcher. With the support of KELLY and the "Saves for Shock Trauma" Program, Th
Fan Appreciation Weekend to highlight final Orioles homestand of the 2016 season
Baltimore Orioles / Posted 10 days ago
pitcher. With the support of KELLY and the "Saves for Shock Trauma" Program, The R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center at the University of Maryland Medical Center will receive a check for more than $50,000 to help save more lives in the Baltimore... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Simple encounters with the environment led to death for two menclinic. He was transferred to the University of Maryland Harford Memorial Hospi
Simple encounters with the environment led to death for two men
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 days ago
clinic. He was transferred to the University of Maryland Harford Memorial Hospital in Havre de Grace and later flown to the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore, according to the Philly.com story. Mr. Rodio died July 14; he was 75... Read more
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Island Packet
New colonoscopy technique may save your life with less indignity and discomfort“is really for the screening of average-risk patients,” she said. Dr. Bruce Gr
New colonoscopy technique may save your life with less indignity and discomfort
Island Packet / Posted 18 days ago
“is really for the screening of average-risk patients,” she said. Dr. Bruce Greenwald, a gastroenterologist with University of Maryland Medical Center, said there are pros and cons to both procedures, but that having more options to meet... Read more
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The News & Observer
New colonoscopy technique may save your life with less indignity and discomfort“is really for the screening of average-risk patients,” she said. Dr. Bruce Gr
New colonoscopy technique may save your life with less indignity and discomfort
The News & Observer / Posted 18 days ago
“is really for the screening of average-risk patients,” she said. Dr. Bruce Greenwald, a gastroenterologist with University of Maryland Medical Center, said there are pros and cons to both procedures, but that having more options to meet... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
New colonoscopy technique may save your life with less indignity and discomfort“is really for the screening of average-risk patients,” she said. Dr. Bruce Gr
New colonoscopy technique may save your life with less indignity and discomfort
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 18 days ago
“is really for the screening of average-risk patients,” she said. Dr. Bruce Greenwald, a gastroenterologist with University of Maryland Medical Center, said there are pros and cons to both procedures, but that having more options to meet... Read more
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The Daily Record
Henry J. Franey | U. of Md. Upper Chesapeake Healthwith more than 35 years of experience in the health care sector, Franey has ser
Henry J. Franey | U. of Md. Upper Chesapeake Health
The Daily Record / Posted 18 days ago
with more than 35 years of experience in the health care sector, Franey has served in senior leadership positions at the University of Maryland Medical Center since 1992. He is responsible for the medical system’s financial services, supply chain... Read more
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FOX News
Formerly conjoined twins celebrate first day of schoolsection at 34 weeks gestation. After undergoing surgery as infants, the pair be
Formerly conjoined twins celebrate first day of school
FOX News / Posted 24 days ago
section at 34 weeks gestation. After undergoing surgery as infants, the pair beat the odds to survive. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, the condition occurs in one in 200,000 live births. The girls, who live in... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Debra Chew: Over Diagnosis - Getting More Than You Bargained Forresearch shows that anger and resentment are detrimental to health, while grati
Debra Chew: Over Diagnosis - Getting More Than You Bargained For
The Chattanoogan / Posted 26 days ago
research shows that anger and resentment are detrimental to health, while gratitude and love promote health. In fact, the University of Maryland Medical Center reported in a recent Spirituality study that, “the health benefits of religion and... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Son charged with attempted murder after crash hospitalizes motherbut the car stopped shortly before the house, Sgt. Jon McGee said Friday. Susa
Son charged with attempted murder after crash hospitalizes mother
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
but the car stopped shortly before the house, Sgt. Jon McGee said Friday. Susan Harbison was flown to Shock Trauma at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore with injuries that were believed to be non-life-threatening. Devin... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Some hope virtual colonoscopies lead to more cancer screening"is really for the screening of average-risk patients," she said. Dr. Bruce Gr
Some hope virtual colonoscopies lead to more cancer screening
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
"is really for the screening of average-risk patients," she said. Dr. Bruce Greenwald, a gastroenterologist with University of Maryland Medical Center, said there are pros and cons to both procedures, but that having more options to meet... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
MRI-guided focused ultrasound treatment improves quality of life in patients with essential tremorpatients who experienced no relief from medication." Twenty-two of the patient
MRI-guided focused ultrasound treatment improves quality of life in patients with essential tremor
News-Medical-Net / Posted 28 days ago
patients who experienced no relief from medication." Twenty-two of the patients in the year-long study were treated at the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC), with many who received the new therapy achieving up to a 99 percent improvement... Read more

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