Medical students report that EMR documentation templates that include drop-down menus and areas for free-form text are useful for helping them learn.
Cleveland Clinic’s spine experts are developing computational models of the human spine to study its behavior under various boundary and loading conditions. They also can aid in diagnosis and treatment planning.
After reviewing 10 years of patient experience, researchers at Cleveland Clinic confirm that SBRT has potential to cure lung cancer with minimal side effects in early-stage patients who are medically inoperable.
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In elbow stiffness, selection of specific treatment protocols are guided by timing, severity, patient-specific factors and underlying pathology. Management should focus on improving motion.
Heart experts at Cleveland Clinic recommend referring patients for a mechanical device (i.e., the LVAD) earlier and outside the context of transplantation. The devices can help improve quantity and quality of life for heart failure patients.
An investigation confirms suspicions into the association between pre-transplant pulmonary artery pressure and acute kidney injury following lung transplant
Speech-language pathologists at Cleveland Clinic Children’s are using augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) to help children with Angelman syndrome and other neurological disorders.
Best practice surgery for glaucoma is changing fast. University of Colorado School of Medicine ophthalmology professor and Chief of Glaucoma Services discusses how with MIGS, surgeons can choose from more treatment options on the market or on the way to it.
Ideas 2 Innovation initiative invites bedside nurses to be leaders of transformation in care when it comes to making improvements for people, processes, outcomes and technology.