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Pilot Study to Target Sex-Based Differences in Alzheimer’s Disease
New research aims to determine whether differences in the blood-based proteome between men and women with Alzheimer’s can help identify biomarkers to improve care for women with the disease.
The Importance of a Multidisciplinary Approach to Prone Positioning in ARDS
Cleveland Clinic pulmonologists share a framework for how to implement effective clinical protocols to standardize evaluation and management of complex acute respiratory distress syndrome.
Faster IV Thrombolytic Therapy Before Endovascular Thrombectomy Improves Stroke Outcomes
Door-to-needle times for intravenous thrombolytic therapy matter even for ischemic stroke patients who later undergo thrombectomy, a large cohort study finds.
First-in-Class Bifunctional EGFR/ TGF-β Inhibitor Shows Promising Activity in Metastatic Head and Neck Cancers, Especially When Given with Immunotherapy
Combination of EGRF and transforming growth factor beta shows promising results for treating metastatic head and neck squamous cell carcinoma.
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Matter of Opinion: Reframing the Public Image of Nursing (Podcast)
The media is rife with depictions of nurses, but very few of these portrayals are rooted in reality. A new episode of “Nurse Essentials” explores what caregivers can do to correct and influence public perception of the nursing profession.
Donor Smoking or Substance Use Alone Should Not Deter Acceptance of Donor Lungs
A database study finds no clinically significant association between lung donor smoking history, pack-years or substance use with primary allograft dysfunction.
Novel Medications Boost Treatment Options for Patients With Postpartum Depression
If the FDA approves use of zuranolone, the first fast-acting oral medication for postpartum depression and major depressive disorder, the drug will become part of Cleveland Clinic’s s robust toolkit for caring for patients with those conditions.
Clinical Informatics Elective Provides Immersive Learning Experience
A physician-developed experiential learning elective illustrates the value and necessity for strong collaboration among clinicians and IT professionals.
Managing Behavioral Health Challenges in Patients With Parkinson’s (Podcast)
A clinical health psychologist specializing in patients with movement disorders offers advice for integrating behavioral health elements into the clinical care of people with Parkinson’s disease.