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Christopher P. Rhyne, M.D.

Christopher P. Rhyne, M.D., has joined Norton Neuroscience Institute as a headache medicine specialist.

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Study: Eat, sleep, console approach for neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome (ESC-NOW) a subgroup analysis of infants who received opioid treatment for neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome

Opioid use and misuse in the United States is a substantial public health concern that does not spare pregnant individuals.  Recurrent opioid use during pregnancy may result in signs of opioid withdrawal, known as neonatal […]

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Leadless pacemaker allows pediatric athlete to continue competing

The patient A 15-year-old female with congenital complete heart block needed a pacemaker battery change or pacemaker update. Congenital complete heart block leads to interruption of electrical signals between the top chambers of the heart […]

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May 2024 Norton Children’s Medical Group New Providers

Theresa M. Frey, M.D. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Katelyn A. Yackey, M.D. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Shannon L. Hall-Million, APRN­ Pediatrics

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May 2024 Norton Medical Group New Providers

Katherine L. Billue, M.D. Wound Care Vladimir Orlov, D.O. Urgent Care Paul Weinberger, D.O. Emergency Medicine Kristen Browning, PA-C Hospital Medicine Saima Chishti, PA-C Medical Oncology Allie Davis, PA-C Hospital Medicine Amber L. Dumstorf, PA-C […]

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Reducing risk of robot-assisted sacroiliac joint fusion complications

Robot-assisted sacroiliac joint (SIJ) fusion surgery can, in about 1% of cases, injure the superior gluteal artery (SGA), but preoperative imaging, precise robot-assisted screw insertion and soft tissue protection can mitigate risks, according to a […]

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