Accurate prediction of a positive COVID-19 test using a statistical model is possible and could help better direct healthcare resources. So concludes a new Cleveland Clinic study of nearly 12,000 tested individuals.
A team of Cleveland Clinic scientists is helping their fellow researchers by devising a better way to extract and utilize health data from the Epic EHR. Dr. Michael Kattan explains.
A Cleveland Clinic-led team will use the award to create a comprehensive risk calculator for individualized prediction of epilepsy surgery outcomes. Project leader Lara Jehi, MD, explains the value proposition.
New guidelines drafted by a Cleveland Clinic-led expert panel should speed the development and approval of advanced statistical tools to more accurately predict cancer’s course in individual patients.
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A retrospective review of laparoscopic surgeries with and without mechanical bowel preparation in prostatectomy and nephrectomy finds no significant differences between the two groups in terms of overall complications, operation time and postoperative length of stay