Telemedicine is on Cleveland Clinic’s list of top 10 medical innovations for 2018, and with good reason. This year, 7 million patients nationwide are expected to see a healthcare provider online.
Communication by an eyeblink-based Morse code system opens the door to progress for a 32-year-old with quadriplegia but intact cognition.
Got a patient who’s curious about robotically assisted heart surgery? Share the essentials — and some reassurance — with this richly visual three-minute video.
What you need to know about new colorectal cancer screening recommendations aimed at your patients ages 45 to 49.
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Researchers study how electrical stimulation can help regenerate the pudendal nerve to treat postpartum incontinence in the optimal period for intervention — soon after childbirth.
A study of 355 patients identifies risk factors for increased mortality in day +100 survivors after allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
New protocol for bone marrow transplant (BMT) for sickle cell disease is changing the face of transplant. A recent case highlights the difference this new protocol can make.
Indications for robotic partial nephrectomy are expanding to include more complex renal masses. Watch this video for an example: achieving local cancer control with transperitoneal robotic surgery for T3 tumor invading the sinus fat.
The latest PARTNER 2A analysis finds that worsening RV function is much more common after SAVR than TAVR. And it predicts greater risk for poor outcomes regardless of procedure type.
This study confirms the assay’s validity and provides the required level 1B evidence needed for inclusion in treatment guidelines.