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.
For umbilical and small to medium-sized hernia repairs, Cleveland Clinic’s Ajita Prahbu, MD, sees a role for the robot. A look at the supporting evidence.
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One psychotherapy session a week isn’t always enough for teens with mood disorders. Learn how an IOP specific to adolescents (and their parents) can help bridge the gap for these patients.
Functional status is predictive of how older patients do after surgery. Cleveland Clinic is working to help frail older adults prepare for elective procedures. Geriatrician Ronan Factora, MD, explains.
Treatments for lower spine stenosis (LSS) range from conservative management to laminectomy surgery. Now, minimally invasive lumbar decompression – or Mild® – has proven successful for the right patients.
Robotic surgery may be sexy, but it’s no better or worse than traditional laparoscopic surgery for endometriosis when performed by an experienced surgeon.
Both of this year’s lifetime honors in echocardiography went to Cleveland Clinic caregivers — Dr. William Stewart won the physician award and Margaret (Koko) Park earned the sonographer prize.
In 2016, Cleveland Clinic Lutheran Hospital achieved 95 percent hand hygiene compliance, due in large part to a clever hand hygiene campaign. This Quality effort led by a nurse is now a best practice.