Vadlamudi R, Conway J, Mishra G, Baillie J, Gilliam J, Fernandez A, Evans J. Identifying patients most likely to have a common bile duct stone after a positive intraoperative cholangiogram. Gastroenterol Hepatol (N Y). 2014;10(4):240-244.
Joyner KF, Fernandez AZ, Easterly S, Davis MM, Browning J, Lofton C, Conti V, Gourash B, Gross D, Lawrence B, Marino B, Molinaro S, Perry D, Savitz A, Tatsch D, Pitman K, DeLuca R, Pinson TW, Rogers V, Trainor L, Weaver SR,. How does your bariatric center address dehydration risk and prevention in the six weeks following weight loss surgery? [editorial]
. Bariatr Surg Pract Patient Care. 2013;8(2):77-81.
Hafemeister, A, Conway J, Mishra G, Fernandez A, Evans J. A single-blind, prospective study for evaluation of transnasal endoscopy in patients with Roux-en-Y gastric bypass referred for upper endoscopy [abstract]. Am J Gastroenterol. 2013;108(Suppl 1):S582.
Panella NJ, Fernandez AZ Jr. Adjustable gastric band prolapse leading to near-fatal hemorrhage. Am Surg. 2012;78(2):263-264.
Shores NJ, Fernandez AZ, Tam NC, DAvis M, Wilson M, Sawyer JK, Rudel L. Hepatic cholesterol ester--not free cholesterol--is associated with steatohepatitis (NASH) in human beings [abstract]. Hepatology. 2012;56(Suppl 1):845A.
Bryan YF, May J, Hoke L, Calicott R, Whelan D, Krings E, Fernandez A. Anesthetic and airway management techniques in morbidly obese patients undergoing gastric bypass and banding [abstract]. In: Abstracts of the 2011 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA); 2011 Oct 15-19; Chicago (IL). 2011;():A548.
Shores NJ, Fernandez AZ, Geisinger KR, Davis M, Nguyen T, Sawyer JK, Rudel LL. Non-contrasted computed tomography accurately estimates chemically measured hepatic steatosis in bariatric patients [abstract]. Hepatology. 2010;52(4 Suppl):649A-650A.
Ott D, Oliphant M, Fernandez A. Laparoscopic gastric banding: techniques, complications, and imaging (CME credit available) [abstract]. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2009;192(5 Suppl):E228.
Patel BN, Passman CM, Fernandez A, Asplin JR, Coe FL, Lingeman JE, Assimos DG. Prevalance of hyperoxaluria after modern bariatric surgery [abstract]. J Urol. 2008;179(4 Suppl):480.
Miller GD, Nicklas B, Fernandez A, You T, Carr JJ. Regional fat depot and thigh muscle volume changes as a result of weight loss from laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery [abstract]. Obesity. 2007;15(Suppl 1):A87.
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Bariatric Surgery, Weight Loss Surgery, Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery, Laparoscopic Surgery
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All staff very knowledgeable.
The Dr. Was condescending and seemed to be in a bad mood. I have something wrong but he either didn't get that or didn't much care. He was short and a little rude. This was the first time he had been like this. I left frustrated and upset.
I absolutely found my provider competent and courteous not only to me but to my family. They were at ease as well because of this great provider and the staff.
I felt like the overall staff was genuinely concerned about me and celebrated my successes!
I enjoyed meeting the doctor. He was very friendly and seemed knowledgeable. I am just not sure if he is going to be able to help me with my issues. I did not leave with peace about my condition. However, he was concern enough to set up more test for me so that we could try to get to the bottom of my problem.
great care trust him without question
My family and I were very pleased with the care given me.
This clinic has an excellent medical team.
Again, Dr. Fuzz is great.
I love Fuzz. He's awesome!
I have spoken to many people of how good Doctor Fernandez and his staff are I give a great %100
Sometimes I had to ask what the doctor meant especially with the meds, but he explained what he meant, but what I really appreciated was he didn't talk down to me.
Dr. Fernandez might very well be the nicest doctor I've ever known. I don't have words to describe my gratitude to him and and his staff.
This doctor's personality reminds me of a hormonal person. up one minute and down the next. I never know what to expect and it getting nerve wrecking.
Dr. Fernandez gave me all the time that I needed, as I came to the appointment with several questions. He treated me with respect and thoroughly answered all my questions. I appreciated that he thought through my questions and he answered them honestly. I can see why patients like him because he comes across as being genuine in his interactions with patients.
Outstanding, was a great team and is a great leader. "Has a great reputation state wide".
Dr. Fernandez is THE BEST!!! I have recommended him to numerous other people in the past 2 1/2 years and they all rave about him and his way of treating his patients.
I'm telling you that Doctor Fernandez and his staff are among if not the best I've ever seen. (and I'm not his family either)
I recommend all my friends to *Doctor Fernandez.
Dr. Fernandez is an excellent doctor, I am blessed to have met him and been his patient...he will do my surgery soon and I have full confidence in him
I can not say anything but good about this care giver, he was in my words EXCELLENT.
Dr. Fuzz is awesome! He gives great medical care, and provide ethical care within his scope of practice.
Prolonged wait times was only problem area. Everything else was very good.