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NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center has officially launched the Center for Acute Respiratory Failure, which offers expertise in using lung bypass technology to help adult patients whose lungs are rapidly shutting down. Already one of the largest centers in the world for respiratory as well as cardiac failure in adults, NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia is expanding further due to its new ECMO program.
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Daniel Brodie, MD, and Matthew Bacchetta, MD, Co-directors of the Center for Respiratory Failure at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia, have published an important review article about ECMO in the New England Journal of Medicine. The article details how extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) can take over the function of the lungs in adults with acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) to give severely damaged lungs time to rest and heal.
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Peripheral Arterial Disease

Saving limbs through collaborative care and endovascular interventions
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OECD Country Populations with a BMI > 30 (1996-2003)
People with metabolic syndrome are twice as likely to develop heart disease, and five times as likely to develop diabetes, as those who don't have metabolic syndrome. But many people are not yet familiar with this relatively new term. Do you know what metabolic syndrome is?
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In the following video, Dr. Lloyd Ratner addresses some common questions and concerns about the kidney donation and transplantation process.
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