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Cosmetic Surgery Times eNews

Cosmetic Surgery Times eNews


February 17, 2012


ASPS: U.S. procedures rise 5% in 2011

Arlington Heights, Ill. — The American Society of Plastic Surgeons has released statistics showing the industry enjoyed significant growth for the second consecutive year.
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Most popular procedures safe, effective

Chicago — Many popular cosmetic procedures are both safe and effective when performed by qualified individuals, according to a new study from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. For some treatments, however, data is still lacking, researchers say.
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FYI ...

1.6 million


Number of cosmetic surgical procedures performed in 2011

Source: American Society of Plastic Surgeons


Patients use social media to make surgery decisions

Alexandria, Va. — Last year, more patients sought out social networking sites — rather than friends — for advice and information on facial plastic surgery before choosing a procedure, a new survey suggests. » More


General anesthesia, combo procedures boost risk

Cincinnati — Use of general anesthesia, performance of liposuction under general anesthesia, and combining surgical procedures significantly increase the risk for adverse events (AEs) in office-based surgery, a new review suggests. » More

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