A brief look at how we standardize 100,000 procedural sedations performed by 600 physicians and assisted by 1,500 nurses each year across Cleveland Clinic health system.Read More
What’s changed — and what hasn’t — in the four years since beginning the efforts and the two years since the Cancer Center reported its first major reduction in time-to-treat.
Learning bleeding control techniques is just as valuable as learning CPR. Nurses at Medina Hospital use the “Stop the Bleed” national campaign to teach life-saving skills to the local community.
We now know how 5-azacytidine (AZA) induces apoptosis in cancer cells, thanks to a deepened understanding of the OAS-RNase L pathway.
Immune checkpoint inhibitors have revolutionized the treatment of many cancers including genitourinary malignancies. Unfortunately, the unleashed immune system not only battles malignancies; it also allows autoimmune diseases to flourish.
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Clinicians should take notice of persistent hypophosphatasemia, consider the diagnosis of hypophosphatasia and be cautious when considering potent antiremodeling therapy in these adults.
Cleveland Clinic’s Executive Director of Supply Chain Management highlights the learnings and enhancements made in the purchase and disbursement of medical supplies and equipment since 2013.
If you’re looking for the latest insights and leading-edge information on IBD, minimally invasive rectal cancer surgery and gastrointestinal endoscopy, you’ll want to attend these upcoming Cleveland Clinic CME events.
The newly approved intranasal ketamine derivative helps fill clear gaps in short-term therapy, says one expert, but questions remain around its long-term effects and affordability.
With a growing population of aging patients, urogynecologists are looking for evidence-based strategies to enhance patient recovery after pelvic floor surgeries.