For the first time, the gut microbe-dependent metabolite TMAO has been shown to predict incident coronary artery disease in a large prospective population study of apparently healthy adults.Read More
Nurses work in a variety of roles at Cleveland Clinic’s smallest hospital.
A new study finds that a semi-automated anatomical labeling method for stereotactic electroencephalography contacts is faster and more accurate than conventional brain mapping in epilepsy.
In the newest episode of our Neuro Pathways podcast, a child and adolescent psychiatrist explores the long-term impacts of adverse childhood experiences and how to treat them.
Aggressive use of antibiotics to prevent surgical site infection after nipple-sparing mastectomy is not associated with a reduced risk of infection, according to a new study.
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An easily calculated score can predict survival outcomes following heart transplant in patients with Fontan physiology. Shahnawaz Amdani, MD, the study’s lead author, explains.
A pilot study has shown that coupling a smartphone-based ECG device with a cloud-based platform effectively detects post-ablation atrial fibrillation without additional patient or physician burden.
A new multicenter study shows that the survival benefit of complete diagnostic evaluation may not outweigh the associated potential costs, pain and anxiety in older patients with myelodysplastic syndromes.
Nurse scientists in Cleveland Clinic’s Office of Nursing Research and Innovation guide nurses as they conduct research studies and develop novel ideas that improve practice.
During his three years as Chairman of the Department of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, Miguel Regueiro, MD, initiated several innovative programs in clinical care and education.