Matthew Maher is an Addiction Medicine Physician in KINGSTON, NY. Matthew evaluates patients using many different procedures, in order to determine what treatments must be carried out in order to properly assess their symptoms. Addiction Medicine Physicians provide medical care in addition to consultation for each patient and their families.
- Intra-aortic balloon pumping in the treatment of cardiogenic shock following open-heart surgery.
- Traumatic arteriovenous fistulas. A follow-up study.
- "In situ" evaluation of the aortic pivoting disc valve prosthesis.
- Surgery in acute and chronic pericarditis. Pathophysiology and management.
- [Appendicitic infiltration].
- [Whitehead's operation for hemorrhoids].
- Percutaneous needle-reduction of a dislocated lunate bone.
- Irregular hyperplasias of the endometrium.
- [Arterial graft bank].
- The effect of obstructive arterial disease on the peripheral arterial blood pressure. Registrations from the dorsalis pedis artery of normal persons and patients before and after operation.
- Anomalous insertion of the medial gastrocnemic head, with circulatory complications.
- The Medtronic-Hall valve: a design in 1977 to improve the results of valve replacement.
- The great saphenous vein used in situ as an arterial shunt after extirpation of the vein valves. A preliminary report.
- The great saphenous vein as a long arterial shunt in patients with extensive femoropopliteal obstructions used "in situ" after vein valve extirpation.
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