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Johns Hopkins University Surgical Resident Develops System to Detect Clotting Blood



7/11/2013 8:44:08 AM

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While serving his surgergical residency at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Devin Coon, 30, also earned a master's degree in biomedical engineering. And he helped to develop an award-winning system to detect postoperative complications of surgery that connects blood vessels. While pursuing his degree, the Brookline native learned that patients who undergo surgeries involving the connection of blood vessels, as in amputations, heart attacks or other situations, sometimes develop blood clots at the points of juncture.

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