A surgeon in a New Jersey hospital is fighting back against doctors who say their implanted devices could help save his life.
The device that was used to remove a cancerous tumor from his neck was implanted into his neck by a New York City doctor, but he said he would not be able to perform surgery unless he had an implant in his neck.
The surgeon, Dr. James G. Dang, said he is taking a different approach to the implant problem in the hospital.
He said he will put his own implant on his head, then attach it to a prosthetic leg.
He said he does not want to use the device because it will hurt.
The surgery is being done in the operating room at the Hospital for Special Surgery in the Bronx.
He has been practicing his skills in the surgical room for more than 10 years, Dang said, and he is trying to save other patients’ lives.
In the past few months, he has been involved in at least five cases where a surgeon had to put a prosthesis on his leg to assist in amputations and he has had to amputate his own arm to save another patient.
He wants to help other surgeons avoid the surgery that could save their lives.
“It’s not my job to do it,” Dang told NBC News.
“My job is to save the lives of the people who are in pain.
I want to save their patients’ health.
If they can get the surgery done, they should be able get the implant done.”
A surgeon has said his implants could save the life of a patient by preventing the implant from coming loose.
Dr. David Hennigan of the New York University School of Medicine told NBC New York that he has used his implants in a number of cases.
He did not want his name published because of the potential legal ramifications.
“I don’t feel like I have to do the surgery.
I don’t have to tell anybody, because I know it’s not mine,” he said.
Hennigan, who has been operating on a patient for three years, told NBC’s Kelly O’Donnell the problem is that most surgeons are not using the implants to save lives.
He also said that the implants, which are placed on the patient’s head and the legs of the patient, are not placed into the same area that the tumor is.
“A lot of the surgeons don’t realize that their implants are not implanted directly into the skin.
They are implanted in the skin,” he told NBC.
In fact, the implant is placed in the center of the bone, he said, which is where the tumor lies.
He did not have a specific example of a case where he has lost a patient.
But in the past, he told Kelly, he and a fellow surgeon have had a patient who has had two of his implants removed.
The surgeries are being done to save patients’ hearts.
But there are cases when they are also being used to save organs, he added.
He is concerned that the implant would make him more vulnerable to infection.
“The implant itself can’t spread a virus.
So I’m really worried about infection.
So that’s why I want people to get a safe implant,” he added, explaining that the only way to make sure the implant does not spread any infections is to wear a mask for at least 30 minutes after surgery.
Dr Dang’s comments were echoed by Dr. Stephen R. Zlokow, an associate professor at the University of Rochester Medical Center who is a leader in using the implant to save people’s lives.
ZLokow said doctors have to be careful in the procedures they do.
“They should be concerned about the infection,” he explained.
“The implant is a blood clot, and it doesn’t spread disease easily.”
He said there are several factors that can contribute to an infection, including the type of the blood clot that comes in contact with the patient and the surgeon.
“If you have a clot that’s not the clot of a cancer patient, you may not be a good candidate for an implant.
If you have that clot, you’re going to be infected,” he noted.”
If you’ve had surgery in the last year and a half, and you’re not getting any better, you should be careful,” Zlomow added.
“There’s a chance the implant will become dislodged from your neck, so the chance of that happening is very small.”
“I am concerned about what happens if the implant doesn’t come off the bone.
I’m concerned about infections, because that’s the only chance I have of preventing that implant from being implanted,” he concluded.