Nuss procedure

The Nuss procedure is a minimally-invasive procedure, invented in 1987 by Dr. Donald Nuss for treating pectus excavatum. He developed it at Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters, in Norfolk, Virginia. The operation typically takes approximately two hours.:1277

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