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February 2010

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News from UW Health 

Dr. Takushi KohmotoNew Heart Pump Could Benefit Thousands of Heart Failure Patients

People with advanced heart failure lived longer when implanted with a new small pump, according to UW Health heart experts (including Dr. Takushi Kohmoto, left) whose patients took part in a recent clinical trial. Read more

UW Health wins information technolgoy awardUW Hospital and Clinics Achieves Highest Rank for Information Technology

UW Hospital and Clinics is one of just three hospital systems nationwide to reach the highest level of achievement in the implementation of electronic health records. Read more

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Nitrous Oxide Eases Pain, Stress of Difficult Children's Treatments

The pleasing aroma of bubble gum, orange or vanilla is changing the way many young patients at American Family Children's Hospital are sedated for certain medical procedures. Read more

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