Progress in expanding women’s enrollment and retention in cardiology trials has been too slow. An ACC committee gets specific about a multipronged strategy to change that.
The Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement Prevention Center at Cleveland Clinic is designed to screen and advise women in their 30s to 60s who have no symptoms but are concerned about their risk.
From maternal mortality and rising STI rates to trend-reversing increases in mortality from cervical cancer, there are reasons to be concerned about women’s health in the United States. In this article, obstetricians, gynecologists and women’s health specialists discuss research related to the political context of women’s health, and their efforts to improve access to comprehensive women’s health services.
Cleveland Clinic’s implementation of the neonatal early-onset sepsis calculator at its birthing hospitals has led to a decrease in empiric antibiotic use and blood work evaluations.
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A chat with Beri Ridgeway, MD, newly appointed chair of the Cleveland Clinic Ob/Gyn & Women’s Health Institute, about her passion for research and her commitment to addressing disparities and decreasing infant mortality rates.
Nurses at Cleveland Clinic Hillcrest Hospital found data scarce on link between delaying the first bath and breastfeeding exclusivity so they conducted a study of 1,000 births.
Fairview Hospital’s Family Birth Place is dedicated to physiologic birth, promoting spontaneous labor and delivery, exclusive breastfeeding and alternative pain relief methods.
Helping pregnant mothers with Centering appointments and labor and delivery units designed to support unmedicated births.
Families who experience a miscarriage or fetal death often feel a profound sense of loss. The Families Experiencing Early Loss (F.E.E.L.) Program at Cleveland Clinic’s Fairview Hospital offers hope and healing.
With Ohio ranked 45th out of 50 in infant mortality, Cleveland Clinic OB/GYN nurses are part of a statewide effort to save babies. The focus has been on educating families on safe sleeping practices for newborns.