Recent months have seen longheld beliefs about diet and heart health overturned and new research avenues opened. Here’s help keeping up.
Cleveland Clinic researchers find that some basic changes in emergency departments’ response to cancer patients who present with fever can shorten waits for antibiotic treatment and lessen hospital stays.
This case of highly refractory epilepsy shows that SEEG-guided localization and surgery can bring significant seizure relief even in the setting of generalized or multifocal interictal discharges.
In healthcare, there is constant vigilance over infection control programs. And, many caregivers don’t consider infection transmission from personal cell phones. Take caution with personal devices that you carry between work and home.
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Data presented at the European Society of Cardiology meeting give a boost to leadless pacemaking technology, which a Cleveland Clinic co-investigator calls “a big leap forward.”
Cleveland Clinic’s 9th annual Neonatal Nursing Conference features expert presentations on the latest evidence-based approaches in neonatal care, as well as informative discussions on legal documentation and more.
New, seemingly conflicting evidence on diet and heart health may make patients skeptical of any dietary guidance. Set them straight with this infographic on where the science stands.
Cleveland Clinic Nursing is seeking to hire 500 talented nursing professionals as the organization grows. ECNO Kelly Hancock explains more about the unique, one-day #NursesRightNow hiring events – in which well-qualified candidates can get a job in just one day.
A novel metabolite of an approved agent for metastatic prostate cancer, Δ4-abiraterone, may be more effective than the parent drug, abiraterone, Cleveland Clinic researchers have found. They now will examine how D4A may prolong survival.
This 49-year-old breast cancer patient with brain metastases received the first reported combined use of laser ablation with endoscopically assisted debulking of an intracranial tumor.