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Innovative Tools, Regulatory Bodies, and the Creative Surgeon

Innovative Tools, Regulatory Bodies, and the Creative Surgeon Innovative Tools, Regulatory Bodies, and the Creative Surgeon Dr Casler’s article provides a valu- obstruction with intracapsular ton- able discussion of the rules and regu- sillectomy. The creative process in lations that have modified over- each case was different. Comple- sight of surgical behavior over the tion of a study can be delayed or last 25 years. Physicians are all un- thwarted if personal energies or re- der close scrutiny and must adhere sources are not sufficient to create to practicing otolaryngology as ef- the amount of detailed writing to fectively, safely, and creatively as educate others, and to convince the possible. This debate is an over- IRB or the FDA of the merit of the view that is important for all of us. project. As busy surgeons and teach- All 3 projects were submitted ers, we need to be reminded often for our IRB approval. The Otolam of the subtle distinctions between and Intracapsular microdebrider James S. Reilly, MD novel employment of medical de- projects received quick approval vices and modifying or extending and the projects have gone forward surgical techniques. The availabil- with satisfying results. The Somno- ity of newer tools for surgery and plasty project involved http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery American Medical Association

Innovative Tools, Regulatory Bodies, and the Creative Surgeon

Innovative Tools, Regulatory Bodies, and the Creative Surgeon

Abstract

Innovative Tools, Regulatory Bodies, and the Creative Surgeon Dr Casler’s article provides a valu- obstruction with intracapsular ton- able discussion of the rules and regu- sillectomy. The creative process in lations that have modified over- each case was different. Comple- sight of surgical behavior over the tion of a study can be delayed or last 25 years. Physicians are all un- thwarted if personal energies or re- der close scrutiny and must adhere sources are not sufficient to...
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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright 2003 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
2168-6181
eISSN
2168-619X
DOI
10.1001/archotol.129.6.678
pmid
12810478
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Abstract

Innovative Tools, Regulatory Bodies, and the Creative Surgeon Dr Casler’s article provides a valu- obstruction with intracapsular ton- able discussion of the rules and regu- sillectomy. The creative process in lations that have modified over- each case was different. Comple- sight of surgical behavior over the tion of a study can be delayed or last 25 years. Physicians are all un- thwarted if personal energies or re- der close scrutiny and must adhere sources are not sufficient to create to practicing otolaryngology as ef- the amount of detailed writing to fectively, safely, and creatively as educate others, and to convince the possible. This debate is an over- IRB or the FDA of the merit of the view that is important for all of us. project. As busy surgeons and teach- All 3 projects were submitted ers, we need to be reminded often for our IRB approval. The Otolam of the subtle distinctions between and Intracapsular microdebrider James S. Reilly, MD novel employment of medical de- projects received quick approval vices and modifying or extending and the projects have gone forward surgical techniques. The availabil- with satisfying results. The Somno- ity of newer tools for surgery and plasty project involved

Journal

JAMA Otolaryngology - Head & Neck SurgeryAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jun 1, 2003

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