Cleveland Clinic Alum, Siriorn P. Watcharananan, MD, has a new position to add to her professional CV: cover model for Vogue Thailand. And like other Vogue models, she is wearing the latest fashion – in this case, a mask and gown.
Fetal-maternal medicine expert, Giancarlo Mari, MD, discusses opportunities in the field that may further improve infant mortality rates, including fetal intensive care.
We profile three ways in which our Neurological Institute is enhancing the clinical value of virtual visits and/or expanding their reach through innovative new platforms and technologies for patient use.
A nurse-led study by a certified wound, ostomy and continence nurse at Cleveland Clinic compares the use of cotton linens versus synthetic fiber linens and their effect on hospital-acquired pressure injuries.
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Because sickle cell disease (SCD) is a chronic debilitating condition, there is a need for anticipatory guidance as part of comprehensive care. Hematologist Seth Rotz, MD, explains why primary care physicians are fundamental to the multidisciplinary approach to improving SCD care.
Markers more sensitive than LVEF, such as left ventricular global longitudinal strain, are needed for optimal risk stratification in this setting, a large observational study suggests.
Despite the impact of obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASIS), the condition is under-diagnosed and under-treated. Urogynecologist Katie Propst, MD, calls for increased data and training.
While volumes have returned to near pre-pandemic levels, the risk of COVID-19 encouraged creative thinking, and sometimes treatment changes, for breast cancer specialists at Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center.
Before becoming a physician, Matthew Kampert, DO, (FM’19, PC/SM’20), was an exercise physiologist. In that role, he says, he saw firsthand how people improved their health through lifestyle choices. He wanted to help influence the direction of healthcare, turning it toward disease prevention.
Our Neurological Institute is introducing a smartphone app that augments virtual visits by replicating portions of the physical exam by allowing patients to self-administer neuroperformance tests at home.