Cleveland Clinic now offers telemedicine consults for some arrhythmia patients. A cardiologist shares the rationale, why electrophysiology is a natural starting point and why in-person visits aren’t going away.
The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services aims to transform cancer care by improving quality and efficiency. Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center has been selected to be part of that effort.
An 18-year-old with refractory “nonlesional” epilepsy undergoes 7T MRI and postprocessing to render his lesion more detectable. See how it impacts his evaluation, management and seizure profile.
To lead our patients and our teams, Wael Barsoum, MD, says we must employ communication best practices, like listening to empathize.
Medical advances are enabling more children born with congenital genitourinary defects to live into adulthood, but their care needs to adapt, addressing issues such as sexuality, genital appearance/function and fertility. A Cleveland Clinic expert addresses the challenges of moving patients from pediatric to adult care and the efforts underway to develop resources to aid the transition.
Our group’s recent study sought to determine the rate of successful preoperative synovial fluid aspiration and its effectiveness in diagnosis of PJI in patients undergoing revision shoulder arthroplasty.
A new behavioral medicine program in the Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute offers services ranging from preoperative care to dealing with conditions as irritable bowel syndrome and gastroparesis.
A study by a Cleveland Clinic nurse scientist asks nurses to make clinically based predictions about patient outcomes, then reconcile, reflect and learn from those predictions. The process has potential as a teaching tool.
Adults with asthma benefit from our specialized programs and basic, translational and clinical research projects.
Cleveland Clinic now offers bone marrow transplantation for sickle cell disease, giving 90 percent of patients the chance of being cured.