October 2005 posts
Swedish Now Offering the Only Implantable Device Specifically Indicated for Long-term Treatment of Treatment-Resistant Depression
SEATTLE, Oct. 28, 2005 - The Seattle Neuroscience Institute (SNI) at Swedish Medical Center today became the first program in Washington state to begin offering VNS (vagus nerve stimulation) Therapy as a long-term treatment specifically approved by the FDA for treatment-resistant depression (T...
SEATTLE, Oct. 25, 2005 - Swedish Medical Center yesterday received notification of a lawsuit filed in King County Superior Court by patient Jackie Day. Swedish does not typically comment on active litigation, but there are a few important points to make in this matter. Ms. Day underwent a surg...
Seattle Neuroscience Institute Adds Three Prominent Neurosurgeons, Prepares to Break Ground on New Facilities; Institute -- Comprised of 10 Neurosurgeons, an Array of Other Specialists -- to Serve as Preeminent Neuroscience Provider in Region, Beyond
SEATTLE, Oct. 6, 2005 -- The Seattle Neuroscience Institute (SNI) at Swedish Medical Center is preparing to enter its next phase of growth with the addition of new leading-edge facilities and three new, prominent neurosurgeons. Ground breaking on the new $30 million facilities, which will init...
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