In a first for North America, a Cleveland Clinic patient has given birth after receiving a transplanted uterus from a deceased donor, a significant advancement in infertility treatment.Read More
Delayed time-to-surgery has a negative impact on overall survival of women with early stage endometrial cancer, a recent study reveals. Contributors to delay include race, insurance status and facility type. Additional contributors may include increased frequency of preoperative diagnostic testing, individual surgeon case load, lack of surgeon access to a robotic surgery platform, or availability of specialist gynecologic oncologists.
Cleveland Clinic’s Global Executive Education team has reached a tipping point that is having a profound effect on the delivery of healthcare executive education.
Children with autism spectrum disorder often have co-occurring behavioral and emotional problems that can add to parental stress and family burden. Recent studies test new applications and delivery methods, and reflect the feasibility and efficacy of parent training programs in changing specific problem behaviors.
A variety of medical providers may evaluate and care for an injured athlete, making care continuity challenging. Jay Alberts, PhD, explains how the Cleveland Clinic Concussion Application (C3 app) can help.
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Child neurologists are starting to recommend epilepsy surgery sooner rather than later for their patients with uncontrolled seizures. Here’s why, along with tips for reassuring reluctant parents.
A day and a half in New York in December can bring you up to speed on all the latest in this fast-evolving realm, from TAVR in low-risk patients to the fine points of aortic valve imaging to emerging technologies.
An analysis of outcomes for infant allogeneic hematopoietic transplant recipients finds mixed results, with some signs of progress but no recent survival gains in patients with malignant diagnoses.
With a new long-term study confirming enduring safety and efficacy of one of two FDA-approved VMAT2 inhibitors, tardive dyskinesia is becoming less and less of a “disease in the dark.”
One in five patients is readmitted within 30 days of sepsis discharge. A new study investigates predictors and high costs associated with sepsis-related readmission, and what clinicians can do to reduce return rates and improve outcomes.
Speak Up: Why Dr. Mihaljevic and Cleveland Clinic caregivers say “speaking up” is essential to empower caregivers and create a culture of safety.