A new Cleveland Clinic study adds much-needed data on the incidence, management strategies and risk factors associated with lower GI bleeding in renal transplant patients.
Clinicians are bombarded with information. Accessing, absorbing, organizing, storing and retrieving useful medical information can improve patient care. This article outlines how to create a personalized, scannable, readily accessible stream of relevant information.
Veteran spine surgeon Edward Benzel explains his approach to shared patient decision-making that earned him a glowing profile in Dr. Atul Gawande’s acclaimed bestseller on end-of-life care, Being Mortal.
Rates of failed endovascular aortic aneurysm repair are rising. A new analysis sheds light on when to use surgical explantation vs. an endovascular fenestrated-branched approach to manage the failures.
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Cleveland Clinic’s new vestibular testing protocol provides more accurate and complete diagnoses of balance and dizziness disorders, including Meniere’s disease and BPPV.
Lifestyle plays a major role in managing chronic pain. By improving three often overlooked factors — movement, mindset and monitoring — patients can complement medical treatments to improve outcomes.
Through dynamic sessions and presentations, Cleveland Clinic’s one-of-a-kind Advanced Practice Nursing Pharmacology event delivers the ins and outs of pharmacology for adult and pediatric patient populations. Register now!
New studies on male-female differences in response to cardiac resynchronization therapy promise to reshape the way patients are selected to receive CRT devices. The lead investigator explains how.
This multisystemic disease mostly affects patients between 40 and 60 years old, and its prevalence is 10.7 to 13 cases per million. Often, the diagnosis of EGPA is complex and requires collaboration from different disciplines including pulmonology, rheumatology, allergy and cardiology.
This case study makes clear the value of quantitative vessel imaging to quickly visualize subtle flow abnormalities during aneurysm surgery.