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UAB first in Alabama to Use FDA-Approved PFO Occluder
UAB first in Alabama to Use FDA-Approved PFO Occluder

Around one-fourth of all American adults have a patent foramen ovale (PFO). Although present in all humans at birth, this small flap-like opening -- the foramen ovale -- in the wall between the right and left upper chambers of the heart, usually closes during infancy.

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UAB first in Alabama to Use FDA-Approved PFO Occluder
UAB first in Alabama to Use FDA-Approved PFO Occluder

Around one-fourth of all American adults have a patent foramen ovale (PFO). Although present in all humans at birth, this small flap-like opening -- the foramen ovale -- in the wall between the right and left upper chambers of the heart, usually closes during infancy.

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Which Rehab Option?
Which Rehab Option?

Matching the Referral to the Patient

When the condition is less serious and the patient is well enough to go to and from outpatient appointments, the choice may be obvious.

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Reinventing Rehab
Reinventing Rehab

Aspire Physical Recovery Center Opens in Hoover

Patients rehabbing new knees to speed recovery have very different needs from those who require long term nursing or palliative care.

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AHA Outlines Top 10 Advances in 2012 Research
AHA Outlines Top 10 Advances in 2012 Research
Promising Basic Science, New Devices, Improved Protocols & Prevention Hold the Potential to Upgrade Outcomes

The science, basic understanding, and treatment protocols of cardiovascular disease and stroke have come light years in a matter of decades. Yet, heart disease remains the number one killer of both men and women in America and stroke, a leading cause of disability...

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