This slideshow presents a sampling of the advanced facilities and technologies used by our Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute caregivers to deliver the nation’s top-ranked cardiovascular care.Read More
Insights into how molecular targeted therapies can improve patients’ hearing and shrink tumor size are advancing the care of individuals with this genetic disorder affecting the nervous system.
Findings add more to the discussion about how to classify and treat obesity.
Patient Priorities Care at Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Geriatric Medicine gives older adults with multiple chronic conditions the upper hand in setting their care goals.
Common themes emerge when veteran caregivers describe practices that will serve a new nurse well over time
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Nearly three-quarters of systematic reviews published in high-impact cardiology journals over the past decade achieved “low” or “critically low” scores on the AMSTAR quality tool, a new analysis finds.
Aortic neck diameter is among the most important predictors of success in endovascular repair of abdominal aortic aneurysms, concludes a new meta-analysis.
Nurse leaders empower caregivers to think critically, speak up and openly share their perspectives, helping to maintain and improve safe practices.
A new study finds more rapid recurrence and higher mortality in more advanced stages among never-smokers compared with ever-smokers. What are the implications for screening and management?
The first genome-wide association study of Parkinson’s disease in Latinos has identified several potential risk loci of interest in this understudied population.
How virtual visits for clinical trials and peer-to-peer support can improve access and care.