After Cleveland Clinic nurses refreshed their roadmap for best practices, they created a way to keep their values front and center.Read More
Calling “yes” the “drug of choice” for the field of medicine, Aaron Gerds, MD, argues for the power of no in creating work-life balance for physicians in his latest Editor’s Corner column in ASH Clinical News.
Historically, children with food allergies have been treated through strict avoidance of the allergen. Recently, an oral preparation of peanut allergen was approved for immunotherapy in children 4 to 17 years old.
A controlled but nonrandomized Cleveland Clinic study found an interactive home monitoring program to reduce odds of hospitalization among patients with newly diagnosed COVID-19.
This operational case study profiles how we helped an affiliated hospital revise its process for elective surgery evaluation and admission. Results include more-satisfied patients and reduced costs.
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Two new studies shed light on late-life development of generalized epilepsy and the effects of responsive neurostimulation therapy in older adults with medication-refractory seizures.
Findings from a recent study show for the first time that a higher NarxCare score is associated with adverse outcomes following total hip arthroplasty.
Learn more about examples of groundbreaking research and new medical and surgical approaches that are leading the way in prostate cancer care.
Children with inherited bone marrow system failures have poor to fair prognosis; however, researchers are assessing a novel preventive strategy in individuals at high-risk for developing pediatric leukemia.
A Cleveland Clinic nurse remembers difficulties and triumphs of working during a year like no other.