If you think tweeting is for the birds, Cleveland Clinic urological surgeon Jay Krishnan, DO, MA, has some advice: Social media platforms can help a busy physician connect with colleagues and patients, find and relay medical information and promote services.
Can a tasteless medicine sprinkled on food help reduce the symptoms of autism in children ages 3 to 8? Cleveland Clinic Children’s is one of 29 sites nationwide trying to find out.
A new study in JAMA shows it’s possible to ease cardiac telemetry alarm fatigue while actually reducing cardiopulmonary arrest events. The secret lies in a dedicated off-site central monitoring unit.
Elevated systolic pulmonary artery pressure, a common incidental finding on echocardiogram, warrants attention as a potential clue to pulmonary hypertension.
What does a time-lapse video of a hybrid heart procedure have in common with Cleveland Clinic’s 22 years as the nation’s top heart program? Teamwork above all.
Toby Cosgrove, MD, President and CEO, reflects on U.S. News and World Report ranking Cleveland Clinic #2 in its “America’s Best Hospitals” survey.
Fecal microbiota transplantation can eliminate C difficile-associated diarrhea virtually overnight, with no side effects or adverse reactions.
Autism management is in the midst of a sort of creative chaos these days. Experts share a few of the resulting developments: eye-gaze tracking for better diagnosis, enzyme replacement therapy and tablet-based data collection.
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A new study reports that metastatic prostate cancer cases have sharply risen since 2007, possibly in part due to recommendations against routine screening. Eric Klein, MD, Chairman of Cleveland Clinic’s Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute, discusses how urologists have responded to concerns about false-positive screening test results and overtreatment.