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Fossum has served on

HDO_Admin | May 30th, 2009

In the near future, Fossum hopes to apply this same technology to veterinary medicine by implanting the device in animals with heart disease to prolong their lives. Fossum has authored more than scientific publications in refereed journals, abstracts, book chapters, served as editor for three books, and made over scientific presentations. Norden Distinguished Teacher Award, Texas A&M University, the American Veterinary Medical Foundation and American Kennel Club Excellence in Canine Research Award, and she was an intern for the Center to Leadership in Higher Education Administration program at Texas A&M University.

She was instrumental in establishing the Michael DeBakey Institute Center for Environmental and Rural HealthCERH Schubot Exotic Bird Health Center Stevenson Companion Animal Lifecare Center National Center for Foreign Animal and Zoonotic Disease Defense Medical Sciences Library Labs Canine Genetics Research Clinical Pathology Lab Clinical Pharmacology Lab DNA Technologies Core Lab GI Lab Image Analysis Lab Reproductive Science Lab Liver Research LabFossums research areas include cardiothoracic surgery, angiogenesis, lymphatic system, and chylothorax. Her research in biomedical devices using calf model led to clinical trials of The MicroMed DeBakey VAD ventricular assist device in human patients with heart failure.

Norden Distinguished Teacher Award, Texas A&M University, the American Veterinary Medical Foundation and American Kennel Club Excellence in Canine Research Award, and she was an intern for the Center to Leadership in Higher Education Administration program at Texas A&M University. In the near future, Fossum hopes to apply this same technology to veterinary medicine by implanting the device in animals with heart disease to prolong their lives. Fossum has authored more than scientific publications in refereed journals, abstracts, book chapters, served as editor for three books, and made over scientific presentations.

The device, weighing less than four ounces, can be implanted in children or small adults and will assist the heart in pumping blood. She was instrumental in establishing the Michael Her research in biomedical devices using calf model led to clinical trials of The MicroMed DeBakey VAD ventricular assist device in human patients with heart failure. In the near future, Fossum hopes to apply this same technology to veterinary medicine by implanting the device in animals with heart disease to prolong their lives.
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The amplified light of

HDO_Admin | April 29th, 2009

>>> More WHAT IS LASER LASER is the abbreviation for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission Radiation. The amplified light of laser is caused by energizing molecules to emit light at certain wavelength.

Laser surgery can be used for dogs, cats, rabbits, horses,ferrets, birds, and exotic animals. >>> More. >>> More WHAT IS LASER LASER is the abbreviation for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission Radiation. WHY USE LASER The advantages Of veterinary co2 laser treatment include Less Pain, No bleeding, Less Swelling, Precise, Sterile, Faster Recovery.

When CO2 laser is based on the principle of Photothermal Ablation >>> More.

>>> More HOW LASER BEEN USED Currently co2 laser has been widely used in veterinary surgery procedures. When CO2 laser is delivered to the soft tissue, the light energy is absorbed by the water existing in the soft tissue. The common clinic applications of CO2 laser include declaws, tumor removal, spays and neuter, and amputations. WHY USE LASER The advantages Of veterinary co2 laser treatment include Less Pain, No bleeding, Less Swelling, Precise, Sterile, Faster Recovery. The amplified light of laser is caused by energizing molecules to emit light at certain wavelength.
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HDO_Admin | April 17th, 2009

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