A pediatric-inspired post-remission chemotherapy regimen is more effective than myeloablative allogeneic hematopoietic cell transplantation in treating adolescents and young adults with Ph-negative acute lymphoblastic leukemia in first complete remission, new research shows.
A team led by Stanley Hazen, MD, PhD, receives the first “Program Project” award focused on the gut microbiome. Three related research projects will be supported in a quest for new mechanistic and therapeutic insights.
We’ve developed an artificial intelligence system to automatically detect seizures from long-term EEG recordings in an epilepsy monitoring unit. Strong performance in early datasets hints at big potential implications for epilepsy diagnosis and care.
Flu season is here, and the stakes are high for patients with autoimmune diseases. Rheumatologists Cassandra Calabrese, DO, and Leonard Calabrese, DO, address common patient concerns about the influenza vaccine and share best practices for maximizing vaccination coverage.
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Nurses on a bariatric surgery unit at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus improved their call light responsiveness through a continuous improvement project that included a bundle of interventions.
Construction is now complete on Cleveland Clinic London. See the video commemorating the ceremonial placement of the final beam.
An enterprise-wide EHR upgrade is no small task for a global health system like Cleveland Clinic, which has > 210 outpatient locations, 18 hospitals and approximately 66,000 caregivers worldwide. In this Q&A, Enterprise Chief Medical Information Officer Amy Merlino, MD, describes the upgrade, its implementation and how the organization manages change on this level.
Progress toward use of machine learning and deep learning techniques to inform epilepsy surgery decisions for individual patients is well underway. We share a status report on Cleveland Clinic’s experience in this space.
Cleveland Clinic data suggest that excellent contemporary outcomes with flared bare metal stents in the superior mesenteric artery leave no justification for use of more-costly covered stents.
A Cleveland Clinic orthopaedic surgeon discusses a recent clinical case, his decision to use robot-guided technology for the total hip replacement and how the patient is recovering.