It is possible for a busy chairman to have work/life balance? His answer? A resounding, “Yes!” Find out how Conor Delaney, MD, PhD, Chair of the Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute, does it in our “The Short Answer” series.Read More
Study finds use of smartphone photographs to assess healing improves quality of care in plastic surgery patients. Plastic Surgery Chair James Zins, MD, explains.
Optimizing drug therapy can greatly enhance quality of life for patients. This week, pharmacy experts answer the question ‘What is the latest on pharmaceuticals for the treatment of dementia?’
The lead investigator of the pivotal SENTINEL trial explains what the data suggest about when to use the newly FDA-approved Sentinel device for cerebral embolic protection during TAVR procedures.
Cleveland Clinic’s Otolaryngology Department did research on the use of LMA ventilation during endoscopic laryngotracheal surgery. They found that this hands-free device allows unobstructed access to the supraglottis, larynx and trachea.
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Through adopting a patient-centered care philosophy, combined with teamwork and innovation, the next generation of physicians will find it easier to lead our industry.
Since 2014, Cleveland Clinic has been pioneering distance health initiatives, including Express Care® Online. Here’s a glimpse of how a nurse practitioner in the Endocrinology & Metabolism Institute is using virtual visits to meet a patient where he is.
Pain interventions can lessen cancer-causing pain and often lead to a reduction in opioid prescriptions. A Pain Management specialist highlights the intrathecal pump and other interventions.
Despite multiple brain surgeries over 20+ years for neurofibromatosis type 2-associated tumors, this 43-year-old presented with a growing left parasagittal meningioma. Learn how we took it on.
Leonard H. Calabrese, DO, Director of the R.J. Fasenmyer Center for Clinical Immunology, explains in less than 60 seconds why rheumatologists are no longer satisfied with “small outcomes” for their patients.