Cleveland Clinic’s patients with life-ending illnesses benefit from programs that provide palliative care and hospice services in their homes.
Please join our staff as we participate or present in the following oral and poster presentations at the 2016 ASH Annual Meeting
The advent of diabetes drugs that curb cardiovascular morbidity and mortality was hailed as the year’s No. 2 advance at Cleveland Clinic’s 2016 Medical Innovation Summit. In this Q&A, Dr. Steven Nissen reflects on the development’s rich backstory.
The task force that created the “Cleveland Model” of combating the opioid epidemic has been honored with the U.S. Attorney General’s Award. A Cleveland Clinic addiction psychiatrist was among the honorees.
The data explosion threatens to destabilize American medicine. Toby Cosgrove, MD, CEO and President, describes a way forward.
After an analysis found most of her patients did not have advance directives, a Cleveland Clinic physician took it upon herself to educate them about these important end-of-life documents.
Absence of known neuronal autoantibodies does not exclude an autoimmune etiology for epilepsy cases. This case study shows how and why clinicians must rely on other markers for diagnostic clarity.
Nocturnal in-center intermittent hemodialysis has clinical advantages and is an alternative that clinicians should not overlook. Longer treatment more efficiently removes small and mid-sized molecules, improves nutritional status, better controls anemia and hyperphosphatemia and reduces blood pressure and cardiovascular mortality. Nighttime dialysis also disturbs daytime eating patterns less. Patients report increased energy and improved daytime cognition.
Meet the new Chair of Orthopaedic Surgery at Cleveland Clinic, Michael A. Mont, MD. Dr. Mont discusses his previous work, his plans for the department and what drew him to Cleveland.
Patients leaving the hospital enter a complex and potentially dangerous maze. The Center for Connected Care is integrating and standardizing services to create a brave new approach to post-acute care.