Course to condense the latest information on diagnosing and treating endometriosis, adenomyosis and fibroids into two impactful days.
The pivotal SENTINEL trial’s lead investigator weighs in on the FDA’s approval of the first device for cerebral embolic protection during transcatheter aortic valve replacement procedures.
When managing chronic joint pain, surgery is not always the answer. Discover how Cleveland Clinic experts are using RFA as a minimally invasive method of treating hip and knee pain with excellent results.
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Two years ago, Cleveland Clinic’s nursing team set out to reengineer its shared governance model. Today’s model helps nurses grow and ensures that frontline nurses across the health system are involved in decision-making.
In this video case study, video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery is employed for pneumonectomy in a 67-year-old with a lung tumor. The surgeon walks us through the essential operative steps.
Findings of this milestone investigation suggest that analgesia may not be the appropriate therapy goal in central pain syndromes and that neuromodulation should focus on pain-related suffering and disability.
Who’s setting the standards for using (and studying) orthobiologics? Cleveland Clinic researchers are — starting with setting protocols for tracking outcomes and devising a system for classifying tendinopathy.
Matt Kalaycio, MD, offers principles to help the healthcare industry enable high reliability at the system and individual level.
Study finds normothermic perfusion of isolated organs can lengthen replantation/transplantation window to 48 hours. Bahar Bassiri Gharb, MD, PhD, explains the findings.