Mild symptoms and a quick recovery are common in most cases of sarcoidosis, but a minority of patients have significant morbidity and impaired quality of life because of multiorgan involvement. A new Cleveland Clinic study examines association between income and sarcoidosis outcomes, after controlling for socioeconomic and disease-related factors.
Obstructive sleep apnea is linked not just with heart disease, but with poor quality of life, drowsy driving, depression, metabolic disease and cognitive impairment.
With most medical specialties offering outpatient telemedicine in some capacity, Cleveland Clinic saw a significant increase in completed virtual visits in 2019. Read more about the rollout of this platform across the enterprise.
Frank Esper, MD, pediatric infectious disease specialist, shares insight on the 2019-nCoV, discusses “old” and “new” coronaviruses and explores the impact of globalization on infectious diseases.
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Ohio House Bill 413 falsely suggests that reimplantation of ectopic pregnancy is possible. In this article, Ob/Gyns Ken Rao, MD, and Salena Zanotti, MD, discuss the evolution of available treatments for ectopic pregnancy and share their concerns that this language may lead to dangerous treatment delays for women.
A new Executive Education program planned for April is designed for aspiring nurse leaders.
A leading MS researcher shares three potential explanations for why the well-designed MS-SMART investigation didn’t identify any therapies to carry forward into phase 3 trials.
A Cleveland Clinic ACNO studied nurse publication in peer-reviewed journals, examining trends over four time periods. The research yielded surprising results on the number of papers with hospital-based nurses as the first author and as a contributing author (any author status).
After implementing several quality improvement initiatives, the Standardized Mortality Rate for Cleveland Clinic Children’s critical care unit is below peers. Samir Latifi, MD, Chair of the Department of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, discusses how the department approached quality improvement and its impact on patient outcomes.
The risk of stroke following confirmed retinal artery occlusion is lower than previously believed, a Cleveland Clinic study suggests. Our researchers discuss the implications and call for similar analyses from other institutions.