At centers of excellence, contemporary outcomes of surgical aortic valve replacement have improved to the point that STS risk score is no longer a useful predictor, a Cleveland Clinic study concludes.Read More
Complementary and alternative therapies are on the rise. A nurse scientist at Cleveland Clinic studied their use by nurses personally and in clinical practice, as well as what’s being taught in nursing school.
On caring for a patient with a loving family, limited treatment options and cognitive differences in the solitary times of COVID-19.
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Cleveland Clinic has begun enrolling patients in a prospective, national clinical study designed to evaluate the use of a multi-cancer early detection test, which has demonstrated the ability to detect more than 50 cancers through a single blood draw.
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A pacuity of models hinders the development of treatments for Ewing sarcoma, a common and deadly pediatric cancer involving bone and soft tissues. To remedy this, researchers are creating zebrafish models that will enable the study of the biology of Ewing sarcoma.
We were recruiting patients for 75+ cardiovascular clinical trials when COVID-19 struck. Here’s how we’ve worked to keep as many of them on track as possible.
The 3,000-patient PROTECTED TAVR trial is large enough to detect a clinical reduction in stroke at 72 hours. And the ongoing WATCH-TAVR trial aims to show whether simultaneous TAVR and Watchman placement is safe and cost-saving.
Topping the list of requirements for a successful nursing organization is great leadership. As we continue to celebrate The Year of the Nurse and Midwife Cleveland Clinic salutes its executive nurse leaders.
Although prompted by the pandemic, virtual SMAs are likely to persist long-term for the sometimes marginalized and isolated population of patients with FMDs.