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Kor potentially fatal complications (:17)

Mayo Clinic anesthesiologist Daryl Kor, M.D., describes acute respiratory distress syndrome, which is a leading cause of respiratory failure after surgery.

Created by Brian Kilen

Kor surgical risk (:43)

Mayo Clinic anesthesiologist Daryl Kor, M.D., describes acute respiratory distress syndrome, which is a leading cause of respiratory failure after surgery.

Created by Brian Kilen

Kor what is next (:08)

Mayo Clinic anesthesiologist Daryl Kor, M.D., describes acute respiratory distress syndrome, which is a leading cause of respiratory failure after surgery.

Created by Brian Kilen

Kor what lung syndrome is (:16)

Mayo Clinic anesthesiologist Daryl Kor, M.D., describes acute respiratory distress syndrome, which is a leading cause of respiratory failure after surgery.

Created by Brian Kilen

Kor who is at risk (:45)

Mayo Clinic anesthesiologist Daryl Kor, M.D., describes acute respiratory distress syndrome, which is a leading cause of respiratory failure after surgery.

Created by Brian Kilen

Headed for the OR? Five Questions to Ask Your Surgeon Before the Operation

Headed for the OR? Five Questions to Ask Your Surgeon Before the Operation

The answers may make a difference in your outcome ROCHESTER, Minn. — Mar. 10, 2014 — The news that you will need surgery can prompt many questions and a lot of anxiety. Beyond details about your medical condition and treatment options, what should you ask your surgeon before the operation? Whatever you [...]

Created by Sharon Theimer

Cima smokers and surgery (:44)

Mayo Clinic expert Robert Cima, M.D., a colon and rectal surgeon and chair of Mayo’s surgical quality subcommittee talks about questions to ask a surgeon prior to surgery.

Created by Brian Kilen

Cima disclose sleep apnea to surgeon (:49)

Mayo Clinic expert Robert Cima, M.D., a colon and rectal surgeon and chair of Mayo’s surgical quality subcommittee talks about questions to ask a surgeon prior to surgery.

Created by Brian Kilen

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