Cleveland Clinic’s Organ Recovery Center will soon test the ability of its organ perfusion device to assess and enhance donated livers, potentially increasing the number that can be translated.Read More
Traditionally, sentinel node biopsies rely on visible, non-fluorescent dyes. With SmartGoggles, surgeons can see both fluorescent and visible light, allowing for a more accurate determination of the depth of the nodes.
With a wealth of assessment tools at the rheumatologist’s disposal, a collaborative approach involving primary care, dermatology and behavioral health will allow the best assessment and treatment of psychosocial burden in patients with PsA.
A study presented at the USCAP 2018 Annual Meeting finds that insulinoma-associated protein 1 (INSM1) is a reliable marker for the diagnosis of neuroendocrine lung tumors, including small-cell lung carcinoma.
A single-institution study presented at the USCAP 2018 Annual Meeting finds that the 8th edition of the American Joint Committee on Cancer Staging Manual predicts recurrence in pulmonary carcinoid tumors more accurately than its predecessor.
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The dramatic case of a 56-year-old with an ICD for radiation-associated heart disease shows why performing high-risk lead extractions in a hybrid OR with surgical backup can be critical.
A nurse-led project at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus targeted OR-acquired pressure injuries through a combination of educational programs and a perioperative skin care task force.
HIPEC has already been shown effective in recurrent ovarian cancer. A new trial shows for the first time that HIPEC improved outcomes for women with newly diagnosed advanced cancer too.
Decoupling between the body’s internal clock and thyroid hormone rhythms can trigger photoreceptors to slowly deteriorate, which can potentially result in gradual vision loss or blindness. (Think smartphone in bed.)
From barriers to implementation to how to apply patient- and family-centered care to daily nursing practice, Interim ACNO of Nursing Quality and Practice, Deborah Small, shares her recommendations.