New study shows correlation between elevated blood counts and risk of thrombotic events in patients with polycythemia vera.
Nearly three-quarters of systematic reviews published in high-impact cardiology journals over the past decade achieved “low” or “critically low” scores on the AMSTAR quality tool, a new analysis finds.
In no clinical realm has Cleveland Clinic’s first century proved as consequential as it has in cardiovascular care.
A multidisciplinary team led by a clinical nurse at Marymount Hospital developed a three-tiered approach to improving functional capacity in cardiac rehabilitation patients.
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Nancy Albert, PhD, CCNS, NE-BC, FAAN, Associate Chief Nursing Officer of Nursing Research and Innovation at Cleveland Clinic, shares insight as the first nurse to serve as president of the Heart Failure Society of America.
A board-certified holistic nurse at Cleveland Clinic studied the effects of reiki and manual therapies on open heart surgery patients to see if they improved relaxation, sleep, emotional state and pain.
Cleveland Clinic nurses and care management team up with a community program to assist patients with infective endocarditis who have opioid use disorder on the road to recovery.
We mark 25 years as the nation’s top-ranked heart program by reflecting on key shifts in cardiovascular care over the past quarter century, with an eye toward what’s still ahead.
Cleveland Clinic’s ACNO of Nursing Research and Innovation led the first study to show a direct association between decision-making in clinical heart failure care, via clinical vignette scores, and CHFN status.
This infographic, derived from an editorial by Dr. Steven Nissen, outlines the causes, effects and high stakes of widespread misinformation about statins and cholesterol.