John Blebea, MD

Dr. John Blebea is a Professor in the Department of Surgery at the OU School of Community Medicine and Vascular Surgery fellowship program director. He received his Doctorate of Medicine from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. He completed his general surgery residency at Georgetown University and New Jersey Medical School and his vascular surgery fellowship at the University of Rochester.

Additional Articles by: John Blebea, MD

Ambulatory Phlebectomy in the Treatment of Superficial Venous Disease

Phlebectomy as a treatment for venous disease goes back more than two millennia and remains an important component of therapy for patients. Progressive decreases in reimbursement o...

The Sunshine Act and its Effects on Physicians and Continuing Education

Background Over the past two decades, there has been a growing movement within medical schools to eliminate the perceived undue influence of pharmaceutical companies on medical st...

Clinical Practice Guidelines for Venous Disease

Doctors have more than just patients to worry about—they have administrative matters, meetings, new medical trends, etc. These all demand time, but there is a solution.