A head and neck surgeon discusses how Cleveland Clinic is dramatically decreasing the physical and financial “cost” of free flap surgery.
Technology and the ability to identify CI candidates have improved, but clinicians still have a responsibility to advocate for their patients until access to the device improves.
During the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, Cleveland Clinic’s Head and Neck Institute suddenly and successfully used telemedicine to care for patients
To reduce barriers and improve patient acceptance, the Cleveland Clinic Hearing Implant Program offers osseointegrated implants with a very streamlined surgery and recovery process.
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As Cleveland Clinic’s Head & Neck Institute works to become the top place for residents to have surgical training and for patients to receive surgical care, the Lerner College of Medicine is a major foundational piece.
The multi-institutional study found that adherence to four key metrics improves patient survival.
Cleveland Clinic otolaryngologists and audiologists have often recognized the importance of dentistry in the management and diagnosis of ear symptoms.
In order to improve care and reduce organizational costs, the Head & Neck Institute at Cleveland Clinic implemented a care pathway approach.
Transnasal humidified rapid insufflation ventilatory exchange addresses many of the disadvantages associated with other ventilation methods.
Results from a meta-analysis indicate that aspirin desensitization improves pulmonary outcomes for patients with aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease.