American College Of Surgeons

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American College Of Surgeons
American College Of Surgeons is listed in the Schools category in Chicago, Illinois. Displayed below are the social networks for American College Of Surgeons which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American College Of Surgeons on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

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633 N Saint Clair St
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 255-0690
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STICHES boosts CABG role in severe LV dysfunction | ACS Surgery News ow.ly/Z0tr308xbFn


Register to participate in ACS Leadership & Advocacy Summit 2017: ow.ly/qVF4308OiS2


Congratulations to Julie Freischlag, MD, FACS, who has accepted a leadership position at @wakehealth! ow.ly/pfSF309kxtd


ACS is now accepting abstract proposals for the 2017 Annual Cancer Programs Conference in Sept. ow.ly/bjwW309ktcS


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"For patients with very complex anatomy and a lot of variation from the normal cardiac structure, 3-D technologies are really helpful." ~ Katsuhide Maeda, MD
When Gina Milner needed a new heart valve, she was surprised to learn that a virtual-reality tool could help her get one.

Peggy Knudson, MD, FACS, was recently honored at the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation’s annual Heroes & Hearts awards luncheon.
The longest-serving trauma surgeon at San Francisco General Hospital — she started working there 28 years ago — knew instantly the pale, sweaty, nonresponsive boy taken from that ambulance was in deep trouble and whisked him into surgery. “I can remember my feelings in the operating room, just like,...

"In response to the lives lost in the Pulse tragedy, Orlando medical professionals are launching a new way to train people to save lives...The program is called Stop the Bleed. Initially launched by President Barack Obama’s administration in 2015, the program is designed to teach regular people how to control bleeding for a person in need," reports NEWS 13.
In response to the lives lost in the Pulse tragedy, Orlando medical professionals are launching a new way to train people to help save lives.

"The technology could lead to less trauma for patients and shorter recovery times after surgery," reports Medical Xpress.
Surgeons can now use a new type of mechanical instrument to perform complex, minimally invasive procedures, also known as laparoscopic surgery, thanks to researchers and small business entrepreneurs funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The technology could lead to less trauma for patient...

"By shining light through the patient's blood, researchers at the University of Central Florida (UCF) have developed a new system that gives surgeons real-time feedback and alerts them at the first sign of a clot," reports New Atlas.
To counter blood clots, surgeons administer blood thinning drugs throughout a procedure, but knowing when to do so is difficult. By shining light through the patient’s blood, researchers have developed a new system that gives surgeons real-time feedback and alerts them at the first sign of a clot.