The Art of Compassion
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The U.S. has some of the worst rates of infant and maternal mortality among the world's developed nations, and racial disparities play a major role in the health outcomes for mothers and babies.
The constant rigor of managing the disease can be challenging for a young person. How high-tech is helping one patient.
When Heather Catanese was 22 weeks pregnant with her third son, Lorenzo, she underwent a routine prenatal anatomy scan. The test showed that blood was flowing in the wrong direction through Lorenzo’s heart.
The Pediatric Aerodigestive Program provides collaborative care for a Cleveland toddler with complex airway and digestive conditions.
Watch how neurosurgery helped eliminate epilepsy seizures for a University Hospitals patient.
Braydan seemed like he was always thirsty and going to the bathroom often. After checking his blood sugar levels, Braydan was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.
A patient with early onset Parkinson’s disease, received deep brain stimulation surgery at University Hospitals, which enabled him to resume his life and return to the activities he loves.
A new surgical technique offered at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center is aimed at preserving memory and eliminating seizures from epilepsy.