The FDA-approved lymphoma therapy bexarotene reduces brain amyloid in a mouse model of Alzheimer disease (AD). The BEAT-AD study is now studying it for the first time in humans with AD.
Compelling data show that sleep-disordered breathing has direct effects on atrial fibrillation. Our ongoing research aims to identify which measures to include in polysomnographic monitoring to best predict incident atrial fib.
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As more patients require extraction of pacemaker and ICD leads, the risks from this complex procedure mount. Multidisciplinary expertise is key to avoiding infection and managing catastrophic complications.
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Why do nephrologists feel so strongly about avoiding radical nephrectomy? Recent data suggest that the renal functional advantage of partial nephrectomy over radical nephrectomy in the setting of a normal contralateral kidney may not be as beneficial as previously believed.
About 50 percent of football players who return to play after a transient episode of cervical cord neurapraxia experience a second episode. Here’s guidance for navigating return-to-play decisions after cervical spine insults.
Neurosurgery study finds higher isodose safe and effective treating more brain lesions in less time than traditional isodose levels, opening gamma knife as an option for more patients.
Nurses create a “comfort menu” to raise awareness of non-pharmacologic therapies for pain management among staff, patients and families.
Community hospital recognizes the professional development of its nurses with a week of education and celebrations.
Nurses create a first impression by their appearance and behavior, and influence patients’ perceptions of the hospital’s brand.