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American College of Surgeons panels warn vaping and marijuana use before an operation can be harmful
More than a dozen states1 now allow recreational marijuana use, and millions of adults use e-cigarettes regularly2, but surgeons warn that even as these products become more widely available, they can be harmful if used before an operation.
Policy undermines patient care and further strains health care system weakened from COVID-19 pandemic
COVID-19: American College of Surgeons releases new guidance document to help health care facilities best prepare for resuming elective surgery
New patient registry is also now available to all hospitals willing to capture meaningful data about their COVID-19 patients
American College of Surgeons releases new clinical guidance document for elective surgical case triage during COVID-19
Surgical decision-making document contains recommendations for cancer operations and various other surgical specialty procedures
Reston Hospital has received verification as a Level II Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons for a period of three years through the year 2022.
The Moscone Center will house the majority of the scientific sessions and other activities during the conference.
American College of Surgeons introduces a new standardized program for hospitals devoted to high-quality surgical care for older adults
Newly released care standards from the College's Geriatric Surgery Verification Program are evidence-based and centered on goals that matter most to the patient
American College of Surgeons and Harvard Business School's Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness partner to develop value measurement tool for hospitals
Surgeons and business leaders announce partnership to measure health care value to improve surgical patient outcomes
Proposed pro-health plan legislation imposes federal payment rate setting on physicians, leading to serious consequences to the entire health care system for years to come
American College of Surgeons applauds congressional passage of Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness and Advancing Innovation Act of 2019 (H.R. 269/ S. 1379)
Bipartisan legislation will provide grant funding to ensure trauma care readiness by integrating military trauma care providers into civilian trauma centers and improve the nation's response to public health and medical emergencies
Children's Minnesota Trauma Center receives Level I re-verification status from the American College of Surgeons
Children's Minnesota received re-verification by the American College of Surgeons as a Level I pediatric trauma center on its Minneapolis campus, the highest level offered by the organization's Committee on Trauma.
A 2015 Guideline Recommending Removal of Only Half the Thyroid Gland Grows in Use, Benefits Patients with Thyroid Cancer
Study findings show a growing trend among surgeons to shift to a less invasive operation, with fewer risks for thyroid cancer patients
The American College of Surgeons (ACS) Clinical Congress 2018, one of the largest international meetings of surgeons in the world, convenes in Boston next week, October 21-25.
Panelists discuss successes and challenges of military surgical care and how an integrated military-civilian trauma system can help save lives
The leadership of the American College of Surgeons calls for immediate change to the current method of enforcement of U.S. immigration policy that separates children from their parents at our nation's borders.
American College of Surgeons and Congressman Mike Thompson Host a Stop the Bleed® Training Session for Congressional Staff
Capitol Hill staff learn bleeding control techniques from Fellows of the American College of Surgeons and are now better equipped to save a life
American College of Surgeons Advocates for a Consensus Strategy to Prevent Injury, Disability, and Death from Firearms
Injury prevention strategy developed by Committee on Trauma seeks to bridge political differences and provide a constructive path forward by focusing on reducing firearm violence as a public health imperative.
Quintiles And American College of Surgeons Announce Agreement To Develop Clinical Registry Of The Future
Invuity Announces Launch Of Eikon LT Illuminated Retractor System At American College of Surgeons 2015 Clinical Congress
Invuity Launches Hidden Scar Program For Breast Cancer Surgery At American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Congress 2015