Accurately evaluating seizure types and locations in pediatric patients is critical to treatment. A multidisciplinary team at Cleveland Clinic developed a simple tool for nurses conducting seizure interviews.
This novel head impact dosimeter meets NFL validity specs in lab testing by ensuring that impact sensors and the head move as one. Here’s why it holds potential for widespread use in concussion monitoring.
Can deep brain stimulation help ease motor and psychiatric symptoms of Huntington’s disease?
Early diagnosis of Parkinson disease allows patients to begin implementing lifestyle changes, such as an exercise regimen, that may help control symptoms and improve their long-term outlook.
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Cleveland Clinic has adopted an EMR-based program to ensure systematic delirium screening of all inpatients and a workflow to promote optimal delirium management. Here’s how we did it and what we’ve learned so far.
New anticoagulants and a new occlusive device are broadening the options for stroke prevention in patients who are at increased risk for clotting. For now, though, many still use warfarin.