Our surgeons and electrophysiologists have given the hybrid Convergent procedure for persistent AF a new twist by adding ablation of the ligament of Marshall and a left atrial appendage clip.Read More
A phase 2 trial of mesenchymal stem cells enhanced to secrete neurotrophic factors for treating progressive multiple sclerosis has yielded encouraging results and insights for improving stem cell preparation for the next phase of clinical study.
Empathy, accountability and leadership are among qualities in nursing support staff that Cleveland Clinic celebrates through its new EMERALD Award.
New research suggests that the effectiveness of interventions may depend more on the frequency and delivery methods of the intervention rather than who is delivering the intervention.
Adult patients with pathologic stage III or IV head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) are being sought for a prospective clinical study. Cleveland Clinic is one of 237 locations nationwide where the prospective, randomized, Phase III trial focused on adjuvant therapy is being conducted.
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TRIKAFTA has led to dramatic improvements in adult patients with cystic fibrosis, from fewer inpatient admissions to feeding tube removal and paused transplant evaluations.
Referral for all types of cardiac surgery needs to become far more sex-specific. That’s a primary takeaway from a broad new review of differences in heart surgery between women and men.
We have avoided wrong-level spine surgery errors for nearly three years thanks to a stepwise quality improvement process culminating in real-time intraoperative image review by radiologists.
Modifying daily food habits slowly can add up to better health over time.
A pediatric patient with a 26 cm femoral osteosarcoma avoids amputation and retains function with an expandable implant.