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Submitted photo Bayhealth Medical Center-Kent General Hospital's Car- diac Catheterization Lab has performed more than 100 pro- cedures for patients with heart disease since Sept. 13, when the lab opened. Lab Staff members shown are Sharee Mar- riott, Cindy Talerico, James White, Jennifer Taylor, Dr. Mark Zoinick, Dr. Harjinder Grewal and Carol Crouch. Bayhealth offers cardiac hlte00entional procedures Since performing its first inter- ventional procedures Sept. 13, Bayhealth Medical Center-Kent General Hospital's Cardiac Catheterization Lab has per- formed more than 100 procedures for patients with heart disease who would have previously had to travel out of the area for these services. Dr. Mark Zolnick performed the very first intervention at Bay- health. Interventional Cardiac procedures consist of evaluating the level of vessel blockage and treating the blockage in a number of ways. Patients with heart dis- ease may now have these proce- dures performed at Kent General: thrombectomy - to remove clots; rotational athrectomy - to remove calcium in the coronary; intravas- cular ultrasound - to determinel the degree of stenosis (blockage) within a coronary; coronary pres- sure analysis - to determine the degree of coronary disease; stent procedures, including procedures with drug-eluting stents - to scaf- fold the artery and help prevent restenosis; balloon angioplasty - to break up blockage; and pace- maker implants. "We want to help improve the health of our community by offer- ing the most advanced cardiac procedures available," said Bay- health Cardiac Cath Lab Manager Demarius D. McRae, RCIS, MS. "Our goal is to be the premier car- diac center in the Delmarva Re- gion. The tremendous support we've received from the commu- nity as well as our physicians, ad- ministration and hospital staff has helped ensure a successful pro- gram. ' Other hospital departments in- strumental in the program's suc- cess include day surgery, which prepares and recovers outpatients for various procedures; IMC, whichlprovides interventional pa- tient recovery; as well as the staff of ICU, Education, Diagnostic Imaging, Pharmacy, Cardiac Surgery, and Patient Care Ser- vices. Are your Vision Care Flex Dollars for 2004 about to expire? Schedule your Eye Exam today! We have locations in: Dover, Middletown, Milford. Sm/rna. Seaford, Ocean View, Bear New board Continued from page 22 Army's highest award for techni- cal merit in operations research: the Department of the Army Wilbur B. Payne Memorial Award, Since moving to Lewes he has become a member of the Lewes Historic Preservation Commis- sion, Lewes Chamber of Com- merce, Lewes Historical Society and the Delaware Mobile Surf Fisherman's Association. Mar- ried to community volunteer, Frances Richmann, they have two children and three grandchildren. Tunnell, a native of Sussex County and the daughter of Long Neck residents Richard and San- dra Sharp, has long held an inter- est in health care. A graduate of the Philadelphia College of Phar- interned at Beebe Medical Center. Most recently, she supported  many different health-care fo- cused organizations, including serving as a board member and treasurer of the Delaware Phar- macists Society, American Phar- macists Association, Multiple Sclerosis Society, Relay for Life, American Cancer Society and the Long Neck Health Fair. Tunnell is a partner with her husband, Robert Tunnell Jr., the managing general partner of Tunnell Com- panies LP, headquartered in Long Neck. She is an active member of the Tunnell Companies and was heavily involved inthe design and execution of the Clubhouse at Baywood. The Tunnells have four children: Robert, Sarah, Laine and Sadie. For information about Beebe Medical' Foundation, call 644- macy and Science, Tunnell once 2900. CAPE GAZETTE, Tuesday, Nov. 16 - Nov. 18, 2004 - 23 J See widen See sharper.'" Introducinq DEFINITY" Lenses from Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. If you wear bifocals or proqressive lenses, thinqs have a way of sneaking up on you. That's because your current qlasses, designed for near and far, may be ne01ectin(j a critical part of your sight - your peripheral vision. So instead of experiencing what's around you, your view is limited - by blurriness around the edqes of your lenses or difficulty than with any Spectacle lens of its kind on transitionin(J between distances, the market today.* And whether you're on the computer, walking downstairs or backing out of your driveway, it's like living with blinders on. DEFINITY" can change all that. The first and only spectacle lens of its kind, DEFINITY" uses more of the lens, so you see through more of the lens. The result? A wider, sharper field of vision-and smoother transitions from near, far and in-between- --- J HALP00m EYE' ASSOCIATES FOCUSED ON THE FUTURE Call. (80(n 734-2010 Please contact us to find out more about DEFINITY " Lenses or to schedule an appointment. DEFINITY The breakthrough new spectacle lens from mtm Vism (re, In DEFINITY md See wide. See shaqx, c are tradernarks of Johnson & dotmon Won Cae, Inc. @Johnson &  Won Care, Inc. 2004 . "Based on rnsmlmm,nts across a ran(Je of planotd powers for intermede channel width and qracflent of unwanted astigmatism. 676461 i 12 ii CLUES ACROSS !. Protective coveting 6.  a better mlsatrql I0. Nuckiar weapon 14. Elalad sooke IS. fish, plural 16. Hun T 17. Ah 18. lk dividml of a hocfk 20. A W of opIdyi 22. Sdmel 23.  (mli) 2S. larh to o p. 26. koo Poll __, 3o. Hor,,,,, 33. _  actor 34. Ist sip of lhe zndiac 35. Sql.. ar 38. Foid (ronfions 42. Vdmble ierd 43. Tree firs 44.r00m,a,00 45. Sousaphones 31. Transgressions 46. Maltreatments 32. A special loved one 48. Fundamentally important 34. Continent 51. Scadett's home 35. Blats 53. Gum arabics 36. Encountered gen. at a particular time 56. Exhibition areas 37. Square measures 61. Hood 39. Piper _., actress 63. Goatlike antdopo 40. The outward flow of the tide 64. Pad , Swiss neiater 41. European money 65.  to o pdky, oHitnde, ate 45. In awoy, soilnd 66. (Scottish) bland " 46. Macaws 67. Chalcedony 47. Angiospormous trees 68. An old silvur Spanish coin 48. Trods 69. Sows 49. Control Florida dry CLUES DOWN vural curangicl fish 2. Israeli donce 3. 5. Bee omfele 6. Farmer menetary mit of H 7. Roman coin 8. _ Mater, one's school 9. NASDAQ licker for Nat'l  Gronp, I.(. 10. Is o way,. drinvs 11. Noctunml badgedike aoimal 12. Meadow grass 13. Ponds 19..Puont fleshy root of member of the mestard family 21. Compass pt. 24. Most caly 26. New England river 27. Growth-regdating chemical sprayed on fl trees 28. Tindew, 29. Explosive 50. Adds trim 52. Month 54. Esseaid all ur pedume frum flowers SS. Monetary unit of Western Samoa 57. Swiss river 58. Woxed finish 59.0L GodJ 6O. W'mt (Fre) 62. 7th biter, Greek alphalmt SOLUTIONS TO LAST WEEKS PUZZLE ale .I.I El. ,IK! uI. olEI DIO uts SiP clo u,., A!B "!'! c!o 1  I nl MIA P E E s i E R P A .... Nio tiN G_ AIT O -,*..i, i i -,= Ei ,I. 1 .... .... b ,, I 11'llrl11T'lilllTlllllnlPrll'ifll'lllillrlT ll*-rlflT!llr F "rrl * T'T T'"llnllllllllm flrlHr: T " f \\; i - qllllllllllllll TIT/IIEEIIT [1 I[liT  IIIl11 Submitted photo Bayhealth Medical Center-Kent General Hospital's Car- diac Catheterization Lab has performed more than 100 pro- cedures for patients with heart disease since Sept. 13, when the lab opened. Lab Staff members shown are Sharee Mar- riott, Cindy Talerico, James White, Jennifer Taylor, Dr. Mark Zoinick, Dr. Harjinder Grewal and Carol Crouch. Bayhealth offers cardiac hlte00entional procedures Since performing its first inter- ventional procedures Sept. 13, Bayhealth Medical Center-Kent General Hospital's Cardiac Catheterization Lab has per- formed more than 100 procedures for patients with heart disease who would have previously had to travel out of the area for these services. Dr. Mark Zolnick performed the very first intervention at Bay- health. Interventional Cardiac procedures consist of evaluating the level of vessel blockage and treating the blockage in a number of ways. Patients with heart dis- ease may now have these proce- dures performed at Kent General: thrombectomy - to remove clots; rotational athrectomy - to remove calcium in the coronary; intravas- cular ultrasound - to determinel the degree of stenosis (blockage) within a coronary; coronary pres- sure analysis - to determine the degree of coronary disease; stent procedures, including procedures with drug-eluting stents - to scaf- fold the artery and help prevent restenosis; balloon angioplasty - to break up blockage; and pace- maker implants. "We want to help improve the health of our community by offer- ing the most advanced cardiac procedures available," said Bay- health Cardiac Cath Lab Manager Demarius D. McRae, RCIS, MS. "Our goal is to be the premier car- diac center in the Delmarva Re- gion. The tremendous support we've received from the commu- nity as well as our physicians, ad- ministration and hospital staff has helped ensure a successful pro- gram. ' Other hospital departments in- strumental in the program's suc- cess include day surgery, which prepares and recovers outpatients for various procedures; IMC, whichlprovides interventional pa- tient recovery; as well as the staff of ICU, Education, Diagnostic Imaging, Pharmacy, Cardiac Surgery, and Patient Care Ser- vices. Are your Vision Care Flex Dollars for 2004 about to expire? Schedule your Eye Exam today! We have locations in: Dover, Middletown, Milford. Sm/rna. Seaford, Ocean View, Bear New board Continued from page 22 Army's highest award for techni- cal merit in operations research: the Department of the Army Wilbur B. Payne Memorial Award, Since moving to Lewes he has become a member of the Lewes Historic Preservation Commis- sion, Lewes Chamber of Com- merce, Lewes Historical Society and the Delaware Mobile Surf Fisherman's Association. Mar- ried to community volunteer, Frances Richmann, they have two children and three grandchildren. Tunnell, a native of Sussex County and the daughter of Long Neck residents Richard and San- dra Sharp, has long held an inter- est in health care. A graduate of the Philadelphia College of Phar- interned at Beebe Medical Center. Most recently, she supported  many different health-care fo- cused organizations, including serving as a board member and treasurer of the Delaware Phar- macists Society, American Phar- macists Association, Multiple Sclerosis Society, Relay for Life, American Cancer Society and the Long Neck Health Fair. Tunnell is a partner with her husband, Robert Tunnell Jr., the managing general partner of Tunnell Com- panies LP, headquartered in Long Neck. She is an active member of the Tunnell Companies and was heavily involved inthe design and execution of the Clubhouse at Baywood. The Tunnells have four children: Robert, Sarah, Laine and Sadie. For information about Beebe Medical' Foundation, call 644- macy and Science, Tunnell once 2900. CAPE GAZETTE, Tuesday, Nov. 16 - Nov. 18, 2004 - 23 J See widen See sharper.'" Introducinq DEFINITY" Lenses from Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. If you wear bifocals or proqressive lenses, thinqs have a way of sneaking up on you. That's because your current qlasses, designed for near and far, may be ne01ectin(j a critical part of your sight - your peripheral vision. So instead of experiencing what's around you, your view is limited - by blurriness around the edqes of your lenses or difficulty than with any Spectacle lens of its kind on transitionin(J between distances, the market today.* And whether you're on the computer, walking downstairs or backing out of your driveway, it's like living with blinders on. DEFINITY" can change all that. The first and only spectacle lens of its kind, DEFINITY" uses more of the lens, so you see through more of the lens. The result? A wider, sharper field of vision-and smoother transitions from near, far and in-between- --- J HALP00m EYE' ASSOCIATES FOCUSED ON THE FUTURE Call. (80(n 734-2010 Please contact us to find out more about DEFINITY " Lenses or to schedule an appointment. DEFINITY The breakthrough new spectacle lens from mtm Vism (re, In DEFINITY md See wide. See shaqx, c are tradernarks of Johnson & dotmon Won Cae, Inc. @Johnson &  Won Care, Inc. 2004 . "Based on rnsmlmm,nts across a ran(Je of planotd powers for intermede channel width and qracflent of unwanted astigmatism. 676461 i 12 ii CLUES ACROSS !. Protective coveting 6.  a better mlsatrql I0. Nuckiar weapon 14. Elalad sooke IS. fish, plural 16. Hun T 17. Ah 18. lk dividml of a hocfk 20. A W of opIdyi 22. Sdmel 23.  (mli) 2S. larh to o p. 26. koo Poll __, 3o. Hor,,,,, 33. _  actor 34. Ist sip of lhe zndiac 35. Sql.. ar 38. Foid (ronfions 42. Vdmble ierd 43. Tree firs 44.r00m,a,00 45. Sousaphones 31. Transgressions 46. Maltreatments 32. A special loved one 48. Fundamentally important 34. Continent 51. Scadett's home 35. Blats 53. Gum arabics 36. Encountered gen. at a particular time 56. Exhibition areas 37. Square measures 61. Hood 39. Piper _., actress 63. Goatlike antdopo 40. The outward flow of the tide 64. Pad , Swiss neiater 41. European money 65.  to o pdky, oHitnde, ate 45. In awoy, soilnd 66. (Scottish) bland " 46. Macaws 67. Chalcedony 47. Angiospormous trees 68. An old silvur Spanish coin 48. Trods 69. Sows 49. Control Florida dry CLUES DOWN vural curangicl fish 2. Israeli donce 3. 5. Bee omfele 6. Farmer menetary mit of H 7. Roman coin 8. _ Mater, one's school 9. NASDAQ licker for Nat'l  Gronp, I.(. 10. Is o way,. drinvs 11. Noctunml badgedike aoimal 12. Meadow grass 13. Ponds 19..Puont fleshy root of member of the mestard family 21. Compass pt. 24. Most caly 26. New England river 27. Growth-regdating chemical sprayed on fl trees 28. Tindew, 29. Explosive 50. Adds trim 52. Month 54. Esseaid all ur pedume frum flowers SS. Monetary unit of Western Samoa 57. Swiss river 58. Woxed finish 59.0L GodJ 6O. W'mt (Fre) 62. 7th biter, Greek alphalmt SOLUTIONS TO LAST WEEKS PUZZLE ale .I.I El. ,IK! uI. olEI DIO uts SiP clo u,., A!B "!'! c!o 1  I nl MIA P E E s i E R P A .... Nio tiN G_ AIT O -,*..i, i i -,= Ei ,I. 1 .... .... b ,, I 11'llrl11T'lilllTlllllnlPrll'ifll'lllillrlT ll*-rlflT!llr F "rrl * T'T T'"llnllllllllm flrlHr: T " f \\; i - qllllllllllllll TIT/IIEEIIT [1 I[liT  IIIl11