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Our multi sinus device is game changing and was just approved by the FDA. Look out Entellus!

frontal, sphenoid, Eustachian tube, and Maxillary all in one procedure . We built this space

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Entellus is destroying s these days. Maybe we should bring back the Cyclops discount?

Our multi sinus device is game changing and was just approved by the FDA. Look out Entellus!

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Anything to get a case over Entellus.

Entellus is destroying s these days. Maybe we should bring back the Cyclops discount?

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Can they market this product as a cure for constipation?

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Liquid Versed was that on instruction of the Acclarent rep with his/her degree in Anesthesia?

Elmore told me to do it.

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Liquid Versed was that on instruction of the Acclarent rep with his/her degree in Anesthesia?

Anything to get a case over Entellus.

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Event Description

Acclarent was informed of an event on (b)(6) 2016, which occurred on (b)(6) 2015, during a balloon sinuplasty in-office (bspio) procedure in which the patient experienced an adverse reaction. During the procedure the patient was administered 30 mg of liquid versed (midazolam). Later in the procedure the patient was reported to have struggled to remain conscious. The physician was able to successfully dilated both frontal sinuses and right maxillary sinus. The patient was bleeding heavily from the nose and appeared to have soiled himself and aspirated on his vomit. The physician attempted to clear the patient's airway with a yankauer suction and attempted to administer oxygen to the patient. Emergency medical service (ems) was dispatched by 911 service. The patient was reported to have low oxygen saturation (~80%) but was stable and semi-conscious. The patient was transported via ambulance to the hospital. There was no reported malfunction with any of the acclarent products used during the case. Thus, this event is unrelated to the devices and most likely related to the procedure or patient's pre-existing condition. The patient's current condition is not known.

Liquid Versed was that on instruction of the Acclarent rep with his/her degree in Anesthesia?

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And what does a fired rep from Arizona know about building a sales force?

Fantastic question.

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I can just see it now a puddle of smashed $hit and urine in the patient's underwear with blood dripping from their nose. Sounds like they need more than a throat tampon.

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And what does a fired rep from Arizona know about building a sales force?

Best question ever and unsurprisingly no response.

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We all $hit ourselves when we see that system stuck up our nose.

Now that was freaking funny, I love this Acclarent site. I'm not in ENT but love this circus.

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We all $hit ourselves when we see that system stuck up our nose.

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You must not understand how building out a sales model based on fraud can't be sustained, so executives looked for a new revenue stream. You also must not remember reps begging doctors to do in office and then showing them how much they could make because of the advantageous coding over the hospital cases. They didn't want it until reps showed them and that directive along with incentives based on those sales came directly from executives.

And what does a fired rep from Arizona know about building a sales force?

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You are 100% wrong. Surgeons requested doing cases in the office from the beginning and were begging for it. You must have been fired WAY before BSPIO was available.

You must not understand how building out a sales model based on fraud can't be sustained, so executives looked for a new revenue stream. You also must not remember reps begging doctors to do in office and then showing them how much they could make because of the advantageous coding over the hospital cases. They didn't want it until reps showed them and that directive along with incentives based on those sales came directly from executives.

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