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TVHS doctors have a new method to detect infectious agents in Veterans’ blood. The BioFire Blood Culture Identification system allows TVHS doctors to detect harmful microorganisms in blood samples in just a few hours.
When James May arrived at the Tennessee Valley Healthcare System’s Nashville Medical Center, he was in bad shape. With his health failing, lying in the medical intensive care unit, there was one thing on May’s mind.
In a continued effort to improve care and services to Veterans, Tennessee Valley Healthcare System has acquired four germ-killing robots to battle deadly pathogens and kill multi-drug resistant organisms.
For more than a decade, Veterans with severe vision problems who were eligible for corneal transplant surgery were forced to receive the procedure in the community. Now, with the help of a dedicated team of nurses
Thanks to innovative research at the Baltimore VA, older Veterans are making strides — literally — in their ability to move about, stay balanced, prevent falls and get up from a fall if they do have one.