A new study from Cleveland Clinic researchers evaluated the perceived health-related quality-of-life benefits of CI among normally-developing children and NCNIDD children.
Most patients with cardiac implantable electronic devices lacked some degree of basic knowledge of their device in a Cleveland Clinic study. They also reported a desire to use more of their device’s data features.
A Cleveland Clinic survey has found significant differences among U.S. spine surgeons on the choice of surgical treatment for recurrent lumbar disc herniations. Number of years in practice and number of surgeries per year were factors in the treatment choice.