The practice of flagging pediatric heart transplant centers for low performance may have unintended negative consequences, conclude the authors of a recent Cleveland Clinic-led study.
Cleveland Clinic nurses find countless avenues for pursuing meaningful careers while expanding knowledge and contributing to an ever-growing national community of care. This series, “Qualities of Leadership,” highlights nurses whose dedication has made a difference within and beyond the Cleveland Clinic health system.
As more patients benefit from TEVAR, larger numbers survive to the point where their aortic disease progresses. Cleveland Clinic recently reported the world’s largest experience in extending and completing these patients’ repairs.
Patients with heart failure are dependent on life-saving medications, but a recent nurse-led study shows that some drugs aren’t prescribed or titrated for patients with certain comorbidities.
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In a unique program at Cleveland Clinic, emergency geriatricians refer high-risk older adults with polypharmacy issues for follow-up care with a geriatric pharmacist.
A team of Cleveland Clinic physicians teamed up to create a protocol for collection and storage of testicular tissue from prepubescent males undergoing gonadotoxic treatments.
Our Director of Cardiac MRI shares a handful of specific techniques and applications that Cleveland Clinic has adopted to improve patient experience and scan quality and utility.
This little-recognized sleep disorder has no currently approved therapies. But lower-sodium oxybate was so life-changing for some patients in clinical trials that they wanted to stay on the drug afterward.
Nursing leaders share insight on how Cleveland Clinic Marymount Hospital achieved Magnet® status and earned nine exemplars for nursing excellence. That’s quite an accomplishment for a community hospital.
Performing both procedures in a single operation can safely yield good long-term outcomes with low bleeding risk and multiple advantages for the patient, concludes a new case series.