At Cleveland Clinic, a dedicated off-site central monitoring unit (CMU) provides 24/7 cardiac telemetry monitoring for non-critically ill patients. Standardized criteria and the latest technology is new to the world of telemetry.
A new technology allows providers and students to move a holographic model of the body and peer into it from angles that even the most experienced surgeons can only see in their wildest dreams.
Today, about 31 percent of adults with diabetes use insulin according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A Cleveland Clinic endocrinologist discusses the pros and cons of prescribing insulin pumps.
The use of 3-D printing is still in its infancy, but the technology is already revolutionizing medicine. See how Cleveland Clinic has been using 3-D printing for liver resection, heart surgery and more.
Nurses and other caregivers at South Pointe Hospital are kept up to date on departmental news with digital signs. Monitors in the break room scroll useful information on staffing, education and more.
The Stephanie Tubbs Jones Health Center received a $75,000 grant to monitor the vital signs and health of patients with chronic diseases at home using wireless touchscreen tablets.
Healthcare doesn’t have to wait until your next doctor’s appointment. It doesn’t have to be confined to a hospital, clinic or doctor’s office. Thanks to smart phones and other mobile devices, healthcare can happen right now, wherever you are.
Cole Eye Institute ophthalmologists are seeking to understand how an enhanced retinal imaging technology, known as ultra-widefield imaging, can clarify how to best manage patients based on the degree of ischemic burden.