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Dr. Raymond Hm Schaerf

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Board of Governors Member
Providence Health & Services

Board Member
Lakeside Medical Group Inc

Education

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Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center - Search

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RAYMOND HM SCHAERF, MD DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY, PSJMC CHIEF OF STAFF-ELECT

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Raymond Schaerf, MD.


Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center - Search

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RAYMOND HM SCHAERF, MD DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY, PSJMC CHIEF OF STAFF-ELECT

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Raymond Schaerf, MD.


"When you have something like this ...

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"When you have something like this hanging on one of the wires, it can break loose, and if it breaks loose, the infection can go to the lungs," said Dr. Raymond H.M. Schaerf of Providence St. Joseph Medical Center.

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"We can advance the catheter so we can try to either suck this off the wire or when we take the wires out, as we did in his case, it breaks loose and then goes into the chamber," Schaerf said.
Doctors extracted an infected clump the size of an egg.
"When he woke up after the surgery, he looked at me and said, 'I feel good for the first time in weeks,'" Schaerf said.


Board of Governors | Providence Saint Joseph

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Raymond Schaerf, MD


In this edition of Providence magazine, ...

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In this edition of Providence magazine, you'll learn about cardiothoracic surgeon Raymond Schaerf, MD, who was the first physician in the nation to implant a new MRI-compatible pacemaker in a patient. This patient later underwent full magnetic resonance imaging that included a detailed look at his heart.

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