Get a glimpse of the early milestones in the treatment of heart disease in this video, produced in partnership with The New York Times T Brand Studio.
One of the newest treatments for fecal incontinence? A small ring of titanium beads that mimics the anal sphincter. It’s a promising option for some patients with bowel incontinence.
Take a look at the incredible top ten medical innovations from Cleveland Clinic’s 2016 Medical Innovation Summit.
Technology is making all aspects of our lives easier and more convenient – and that includes doctor and healthcare provider visits. Telemedicine is the electronic exchange of health information from one site to another. “Telemedicine can now be used to diagnose medical conditions that may have previously required an office visit,” says internal medicine specialist … Read More
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Every year, Cleveland Clinic presents the top 10 medical innovations — the most influential and potentially beneficial breakthroughs in medicine for the year.
Sometime soon, people with severe hay fever will be able to take a prescription pill — rather than receive allergy shots — to control their symptoms. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration this week approved the drug Oralair to treat hay fever that certain grass pollens cause in people ages 10 through 65 years. Oralair is a … Read More
It’s a whole new world. The old way of practicing medicine is just that — an old way of doing things. While it took us a while to get to this point, I can say confidently this new world of healthcare will be better for all of us. Patients, doctors, and the people who pay for healthcare services all will benefit.
This post is part of ongoing coverage of Cleveland Clinic’s 2013 Medical Innovation Summit: Finding Balance through Innovation. Obesity, Diabetes & the Metabolic Crisis. During a panel discussion with other doctors and drug industry executives, William Herman, MD, made a statement that seemed pretty innocuous. “I think the key to controlling diabetes is prevention.” Preventative … Read More
This post is part of ongoing coverage of Cleveland Clinic’s 2013 Medical Innovation Summit: Finding Balance through Innovation. Obesity, Diabetes & the Metabolic Crisis. Much of the current research of Alzheimer’s disease is conducted in patients who are already in cognitive decline. Also, too little research is being conducted on the long-term impact that chronic … Read More
This post is part of ongoing coverage of Cleveland Clinic’s 2013 Medical Innovation Summit: Finding Balance through Innovation. Obesity, Diabetes & the Metabolic Crisis. Two newly approved pharmaceuticals – and others in development – may be elemental in a broader treatment strategy to reverse the worldwide obesity problem, a panel of pharmaceutical company executives says. But … Read More