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abstracts & posters

abstracts & posters

AAPM- American Academy of Pain Medicine

Author: Lora L. Brown, MD
Title: mild® vs. ESI Prospective, Randomized, Double-Blind, Cross-Over
Accepted for the 27th Annual AAPM Meeting in March, 2011.

Author: David L. Caraway, MD, PhD
Title: Percutaneous Laminotomy Technique & Long Term Safety with 790 mild® Study Patients
Accepted for the 27th Annual AAPM Meeting in March, 2011.

Author: Timothy R. Deer
Title: mild® Long Term Outcomes with Percutaneous Decompression*
Accepted for the 27th Annual AAPM Meeting in March, 2011.
*Recipient of American Academy of Pain Medicine 2011 Research Poster Award

 
ASRA- American Society of Regional Anesthesia & Pain Medicine

Author: David L. Caraway, MD, PhD
Title: MiDAS I (mild® Decompression Alternative to Open Surgery): Six Month Follow-up of a Prospective, Multi-Center Clinical Study.
Accepted for the Annual ASRA Meeting in November, 2010.

Author: Timothy R. Deer, MD
Title: mild® 50-Patient Single-Center Six- Month Outcomes Study Report.
Accepted for the Annual ASRA Meeting in November, 2010.

Author: Stanley Golovac, MD
Title: Comparative Study of MiDAS I and MiDAS II, mild® Procedure in Patients Diagnosed with Symptomatic Moderate to Severe Lumbar Spinal Stenosis.
Accepted for the Annual ASRA Meeting in November, 2010.

Author: Nagy A. Mekhail, MD, PhD
Title: mild® Procedure for the Treatment of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: Procedure Description, Patient Selection and Comprehensive Safety Profile.
Accepted for the Annual ASRA Meeting in November, 2010.

 
ASIPP- American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians

Author: Lora Brown, MD
Title: Comparative Study of Epidural Steroid Injection Versus mild® Procedure in Patients Diagnosed with Symptomatic Moderate to Severe Lumbar Spinal Stenosis.
Accepted for the 12th Annual ASIPP® Meeting in June, 2010.

Author: David Caraway, MD, PhD
Title: MiDAS I (mild®Decompression Alternative to Open Surgery): 12-Week Follow-up of a Prospective, Open Label, Multi-Center Clinical Study.
Accepted for the 12th Annual ASIPP® Meeting in June, 2010.

Author: Timothy R. Deer, MD
Title: mild® Procedure for the Treatment of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: Procedure Description & Safety.
Accepted for the 12th Annual ASIPP® Meeting in June, 2010.

   
ISIS-International Spine Intervention Society

Author: Lora Brown, MD
Title: Comparative Study of Epidural Steroid Injection Versus mild® Procedure in Patients Diagnosed with Symptomatic Moderate to Severe Lumbar Spinal Stenosis.
Accepted for the 18th Annual ISIS® Scientific Meeting in July, 2010.

Author: Lora Brown, MD
Title: Six-Week Follow-up of Patients Treated with mild®— Prospective Single Center Results.
Accepted for the 18th Annual ISIS® Scientific Meeting in July, 2010.

Author: David L. Caraway, MD, PhD
Title: MiDAS I (mild® Decompression Alternative to Open Surgery): 12-week Follow-up of a Prospective, Open Label, Multi-Center Clinical Study.
Accepted for the 18th Annual ISIS® Scientific Meeting in July, 2010.

Poster

Author: Timothy R. Deer, MD
Title: mild®—Report of Single-Center Safety Results vs. Meta-Safety.
Accepted for the 18th Annual ISIS® Scientific Meeting in July, 2010.

 
NPC- Napa Pain Conference


Author
: David L. Caraway, MD, PhD
Title: MiDAS I (mild® Decompression Alternative to Open Surgery): 26-week Follow-up of a Prospective, Open Label, Multi-Center Clinical Study.
Accepted for the 17th Annual Napa Pain Conference in August, 2010.

Author: Timothy R. Deer, MD
Title: mild® Report of Single-Center Clinical Study Outcomes & Discussion of Patient Selection.
Accepted for the 17th Annual Napa Pain Conference in August, 2010.

Author: Eric J. Grigsby, MD
Title: mild® Procedure for the Treatment of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: Procedure Description & Safety.
Accepted for the 17th Annual Napa Pain Conference in August, 2010.