Dr. Jay A. Redan attended the 2015 Society of Laparoscopic Surgery (SLS) Annual Meeting and Endo Expo held in New York. Branded as “Minimally Invasive Surgery Week,” the event welcomes surgical specialists from all over the globe to discuss and evaluate the current technological advances in minimally invasive surgery.
Dr. Jay Redan recently discussed his innovative research on post-operative pain with WFLA’s Jerry Penacoli. On "Daytime" the two discussed the serious risks associated with the narcotic painkillers commonly used after surgery and the groundbreaking alternatives available at Celebration Health, watch the interview here.
Dr. Jay Redan recently presented an innovative study on managing post-surgical pain at American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress, held October 26-30th at San Francisco’s Moscone Center. The study, aimed at finding new ways to reduce post-surgical complications associated with opioid use, yielded impressive conclusions.
We are pleased to announce that our surgery center in Orlando is offering the TNE-5000 Esophagoscope test; a brand new, non-surgical diagnostic tool for the prevention and diagnosis of esophageal cancer. In a recent story on ABC News, startling news about a link between alcohol consumption and esophageal cancer offered a perfect opportunity to showcase this quick and easy assessment.
Dr. Arnold P. Advincula and Dr. Jay Redan of Florida Hospital Celebration Health are newly elected leaders in two gynecologic and general surgery laparoscopic societies. Dr. Advincula is the new Secretary-Treasurer of the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists (AAGL), and Dr. Redan is the Secretary-Treasurer of the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons (SLS).
Determining the cause of abdominal and pelvic pain can be very difficult. Often, the workup for abdominal pain, including endoscopy, radiologic tests and physical examination yields negative or inconclusive results, leaving the physician and patient with no diagnosis and a treatment consisting only of pain control.