Cleveland Clinic physical and occupational therapists are using electronic questionnaires to measure the functional status of patients in the acute care hospital as part of Clinical Transformation initiative.Read More
Some practitioners avoid Botox injections rather than risk blepharoptosis or diplopia. However, data show that injections in the central eyelid and brow areas are a safe option for chemodenervation, Cleveland Clinic researchers report.
A few extra pounds beneficial to women with heart failure. Not true for men. Study shows obesity/overweight survival paradox in HF may be limited to women Gender, weight & heart failure: Study sheds new insights on ‘obesity survival paradox’
Regional hospital sends nurses and surgical technicians to Cleveland Clinic’s main campus for training as part of its highly-skilled open heart surgery team.
Cleveland Clinic head and neck surgeon Brian Burkey, MD, discusses the key roles of teamwork and education in improving functional outcomes for patients with primary and recurrent head and neck cancers.
This profile of a successful kidney transplant case illustrates the value of classic clinical sleuthing even when standard screening for pediatric kidney disease raises no flags.
Director of Cleveland Clinic’s Department of Ophthalmic Oncology discusses most effective treatments for both localized and multifocal ocular adnexal lymphoma, a rare form of lymphoma.
Cleveland Clinic radiation oncologist Shlomo Koyfman, MD, describes advancements in radiation therapy that improve functional outcomes for patients with primary and recurrent head and neck cancers.
Most first-time presenters at national nursing conferences are nervous. Two nurses from one of Cleveland Clinic’s regional hospitals provide an inside look at presenting at the ANCC National Magnet Conference.
None of the many therapies for relapsing-remitting MS is effective against progressive MS. This phase 2 trial hopes ibudilast will change that — and aims to identify imaging biomarkers for progressive MS in the process.
Although women favor NIPT over standard prenatal screens, research shows that more information and resources are needed for effective informed consent.