interventional love


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Incorporating, or characterized by, intervention
  • adj. Specializing in coronary intervention

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of the value of or characterized by intervention.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

intervention +‎ -al


  • In the fall of 2008, the family came to the Cardiac Center at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia for the first time, for evaluation by Matthew Gillespie, MD.Dr. Gillespie became Morgan's primary cardiologist and also specializes in interventional catheterization.

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  • Many of the so-called interventional pain management procedures are controversial because they can be expensive and there is not enough research in some cases to support their effectiveness.

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  • Vertebroplasty is one of a growing number of minimally invasive procedures performed by specialists like Dr. Schirf, known as interventional radiologists.

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  • The procedure is usually done in a hospital, by a doctor called an interventional radiologist.

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  • William Kuo, MD, was the on-call interventional radiologist one Friday night three years ago when he received a call from the intensive care unit at Stanford Hospital & Clinics. - latest science and technology news stories

  • We had 56 territories in our -- what was called interventional products group, which is now divided into peripheral vascular and access units.

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  • The technology is equally applicable to the medical sector in areas such as interventional radiology interpretation of CT/MRI data surgical planning and even surgical navigation within an operating room environment.

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  • Grace then came to the ER, where they repeated the chest X-ray and called the interventional radiologists to snake thin and pliant pigtail catheters named for the way they curl inside of you between Grace’s ribs to drain the fluid around her lungs.

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  • ECS integrates services and support from agencies such as interventional programs and maintains affiliations with Buffalo State College and benefits from its teachers' education programs.

  • However, there is concern about hospital capital equipment spending amid tight credit market conditions and stressed municipal and state budgets, and there is mounting evidence of slowing demand for elective medical procedures as well as reduced procedure rates in areas that are not normally viewed as elective, such as interventional cardiology and orthopedics.

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