Whenever the needs of the practice change, job descriptions should be redefined to reflect those changes so that you achieve optimal staff productivity.
Atlanta—Bladder antigens travel to local and distant lymphoid tissues and enter the circulation, where they can travel as far as the spleen, according to results of a new study from the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University, Chicago. The study, which the authors say is the first functional study of antigen trafficking from the bladder, may further researchers' understanding of bladder cancer immunotherapies and potentially aid in the development of a vaccine for urinary tract infections.
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network has announced that its guidelines on kidney cancer have been updated as a result of new therapeutic options available for advanced kidney cancer.
New Orleans--Hurricane Katrina has come and gone and in its wake we are left with devastation, carnage, and sadness. The region has more than 6,000 displaced physicians, and 156 AUA members have practices in the affected areas, according to AUA.
Travel expert Arthur Frommer has partnered with Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp. to develop "Where to Stop & Where to Go: A Guide to Traveling with Overactive Bladder in the United States." Available free to people across the United States, the Frommer-authored guide is part of a new educational campaign designed to help people with OAB build confidence about traveling instead of limiting travel because of their condition.
The procedure should be of a duration
and complexity that will permit the patient to recover and be discharged.
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