Pediatric patients are more likely to have viral co-infections, though less likely to be hospitalized, according to new research. Pediatric infectious disease expert Dr. Frank Esper explains his findings.
A DoD grant is enabling development of return-to-duty assessments using augmented reality to simulate military scenarios with dual cognitive and motor demands. Applications for clinical rehabilitative care are expected to soon follow.
Candidates for ablation for symptomatic atrial fibrillation who have morbid obesity should be considered for bariatric surgery prior to ablation, a new study suggests.
A new study of long-term outcomes in primary angiitis of the central nervous system suggests that mortality is significant, but long-term disability is mild. Dr. Rula Hajj-Ali describes her research efforts and the need for prognostic markers.
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Seven of every 100 patients in phase II cardiac rehab had resistant hypertension in a recent cohort study, and they ran higher long-term risks of hospitalization and death than the rest of the sample.
By following appropriate guidelines, endoscopists can achieve high-quality screening colonoscopies no matter whether their specialty is gastroenterology or colorectal surgery, Cleveland Clinic research shows. Regular evaluation is important to improve outcomes.
A new episode of our “Neuro Pathways” podcast explores how key insights into this condition have shifted in recent years and why the changes raise hope for long-elusive treatment progress.
The population of Florida is expected to grow over the next two decades. Cleveland Clinic Florida’s Chief Operating Officer Osmel Delgado talks about the integration of two new south Florida hospital systems and what it means for the health system.
Retained post-surgery prescription opioids can be misused and contribute to the opioid epidemic. A Cleveland Clinic nurse studies the effectiveness of drug disposal bags to ascertain if they increase disposal rates.
Clinicians increasingly are recognizing the need to recognize and manage inflammatory bowel disease’s extra-intestinal manifestations. A new Cleveland Clinic review provides guidance.