Dendrite Clinical Systems and The State of Kuwait Ministry of Health, in conjunction with Bader Sultan & Brothers Company, are pleased to announce the publication of the First Kuwait National Bariatric Registry Report 2019, the first ever national report on bariatric and metabolic surgery in the Arabian Gulf region.
12 April 2019
Dendrite Clinical Systems and The American Vein and Lymphatic Society (formerly the American College of Phlebology) are delighted to announce the launch of the American Vein and Lymphatic Society Registry - a ‘real-time’ clinical database that will identify practice patterns for venous and lymphatic disease diagnosis and treatment across North America.
13 March 2019
Dendrite Clinical Systems and the Society for Cardiothoracic Surgery in the UK are pleased to announce the SCTS Conference News 2019 newspaper is now available to view/download. This is the fourth successive year Dendrite has published the newspaper on behalf of the SCTS. The newspaper reports a multitude of presentations from the meeting including the latest and the best information on new technologies and techniques in cardio-thoracic surgery.
10 March 2019
Dendrite Clinical Systems, the publisher of Bariatric News, is pleased to announce issue 39 of the newspaper is now available to view/download. The newspaper reports on research, technology, events and policy in the bariatric specialty, the latest clinical studies, policy changes and product news, the latest meetings and events, interviews prominent bariatric experts, and host debates between specialists on controversial topics.
2 March 2019
Dendrite Clinical Systems in pleased to announce its clinical database system has been selected to collect, record and analyse data from the Obesity Research Biobank Syndicate (ORBiS) Registry. ORBiS is a network of multidisciplinary professionals working towards a common goal: to gain novel insights into obesity and weight management, and help translate these findings into improved patient care.
19 February 2019
Dendrite Clinical Systems and the Society for Cardiothoracic surgery (SCTS) have published a new report that demonstrates importance collecting and analysing data from thoracic surgery. The report states that a large increase in thoracoscopic (VATS) resections is responsible for most of the recent increase in lung cancer surgery, rising from 749 cases in 2010-2011 to 2,753 in 2014-2015, an increase of more than 3.5 times.
24 January 2019