This patient’s case highlights the unique challenges refugees can face in maintaining pulmonary health and receiving quality care for pulmonary issues caused by sociopolitical crises.Read More
This infographic shares mortality rates for some of the most common procedures among Cleveland Clinic’s 4,607 cardiac surgery cases in 2017.
In our “Viewpoints” series, Cleveland Clinic Florida Colorectal Chairman Steven Wexner, MD, discusses why you should consider routinely employing prophylactic intraoperative ureteric catheters during elective colorectal surgical procedures.
A study of human cardiac tissue shows that CTGF mediates the profibrotic effects of MAS in cardiac fibroblasts. The findings suggest a promising target for heart failure drug intervention.
One of the world’s premier hemispherectomy specialists looks back to epilepsy surgery’s Neolithic origins — and ahead to what blows him away about today’s neurosurgery residents.
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As CEO of Cleveland Clinic London, Brian Donley, MD, will direct strategy and operations, guide recruitment and lead the opening of the new 200-bed private healthcare facility near Buckingham Palace.
Listening to patients’ stories, finding out what gives their life meaning and what brings them joy inspires this physician.
The task force’s draft recommendation against using the ABI to assess for peripheral artery disease in asymptomatic adults would perpetuate underdiagnosis, argues Dr. Heather Gornik.
Microvascular surgeons conducted a study to assess the accuracy of the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (ACS NSQIP) Surgical Risk Calculator. Specifically, they looked at predicted outcomes for patients undergoing head and neck free flap reconstruction.
In this short video, Brian Bolwell, MD, Chair of Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center, argues that you must study leadership the same way you studied medicine if you want to become an effective, transformative leader.