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    • DECEMBER 24, 2019
    PMC Invests in New State-Of-The-Art 4k Ultra High Def Surgery Monitors

    PMC Invests in New State-Of-The-Art 4k Ultra High Def Surgery Monitors

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) recently added the Visera 4K Ultra High Definition System to its surgery department. The state-of-the-art surgical equipment improves visual elements, resolution, and color for surgeons as they operate. The new equipment optimizes 4K imaging to improve visibility for PMC’s Surgical Team, allowing them to operate with increased precision and confidence. The

    • DECEMBER 24, 2019
    3D Robotic System Now Reducing Recovery Time for Many PMC Patients

    3D Robotic System Now Reducing Recovery Time for Many PMC Patients

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) takes pride in providing world-class quality healthcare to our patients. One example of advance care available at PMC is minimally invasive surgery for qualifying procedures performed by using the da Vinci XI Surgical System. This 3D system provides intelligent technology using a minimally invasive approach that could improve outcomes. PMC surgeons

    • FEBRUARY 12, 2019
    Region’s First TAVR Patient Praises Pikeville Medical Center

    Region’s First TAVR Patient Praises Pikeville Medical Center

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) continues to lead the way for advancements in heart care for this region. Bud Williams, of Belfry, Ky was the first patient to receive a transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) at PMC. PMC patients who qualify for a TAVR procedure undergo a minimally invasive surgical procedure that repairs a patient’s heart

    • DECEMBER 17, 2018
    PMC Brings New Light to Locating Veins for IVs and Blood Draws Through New Technology

    PMC Brings New Light to Locating Veins for IVs and Blood Draws Through New Technology

    Pikeville Medical Center (PMC) has introduced a new device that helps health care professionals locate veins for IV sticks and blood draws. The AccuVein AV400 projects a pattern of infrared light onto the patient’s skin that reveals the position of underlying veins. The process is simple, just point the lightweight, portable device at the skin