Patient Care

A program offered through the Institute for Engineering in Medicine, called the “Clinical Immersion Program,” links the medical technology community with Medical School faculty to inspire new collaborations and, even possibly, devices that work to improve clinical delivery systems and patient care.

Nearly 3 million Americans are living with Atrial fibrillation (AFib), which is an arrhythmia that can lead to blood clots, stroke, heart failure and other complications.

Arnold Leonard, MD, PhD, a retired professor with the Departments of Surgery and Pediatrics, will receive the Gold-Headed Cane Award for his lifelong contributions to children’s health.

Badrinath Konety, MD, discusses the latest treatments available for bladder cancer patients and research in the field.

Today marks the public launch of the new M Health Fairview brand, a collaboration between the University of Minnesota, University of Minnesota Physicians, and Fairview Health Services. 

The findings suggest the combination of 107 compressions per minute and a depth of 4.7 cm (about 2 inches) in the first five minutes of CPR can be associated with significantly improved outcomes when Emergency Medical Services (EMS) rescuers are treating cardiac arrest outside the hospital.

Clinicians and researchers are using blood samples and Pap smears to evaluate for proteins that may be more common in women with ovarian cancer, hoping to one day develop a screening test.

Each year, Minnesota Monthly releases its list of Top Doctors, who are chosen based on medical expertise and peer nominations.

August is National Immunization Awareness Month, which is held every year to highlight the importance of vaccination for people of all ages.

Megan is one of several music students who perform various instruments (piano, flute, violin, piano, cello) for patients in the lobby of the CSC as part of the new class called “Music Outreach in Healthcare Settings.”

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