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How Do you Ask a Patient to OK Postmortem Brain Donation?
It sounds like a difficult conversation but it's well worth having. Tips from an MD.
New Telemedicine Screening Program Looks to Improve Treatment of Diabetic Retinopathy
As part of their overall health management, patients with diabetes are encouraged to undergo annual eye exams. While not all patients follow this direction, research is being done to better improve their eye health by working with their general practitioners.
Diana Wolfe: Looking at the Future of MFM-Cardiology
Like many other areas of medicine cardiology is becoming a more specialized field. How to do that to provide better care for doctors is a common goal across medicine.
Diana Wolfe: Measuring Success in MFM Program efforts
In a collaborative effort not seen in many other places and with only one year under their belts the staff at Montefiore Medical Center is looking to measure their success so far and see what they can do for the future.
Diana Wolfe: Treating At-Risk Patients in a Unique Location
Located in the Bronx, Montefiore Medical Center faces challenges different from many places, including other boroughs in New York City when it comes to heart disease in pregnancy.
Diana Wolfe: Protecting Fetus Health While Treating the Mother Effectively
When treating a woman for cardiac issues in pregnancy there can be potential risks to the fetus. As more is learned about these conditions doctors are better able to help deliver as healthy a baby as possible.
Diana Wolfe from Montefiore Medical Center: Improving Cardiac Care in Pregnancy Through Team Approach
When treating a woman during pregnancy there are many factors that need to be considered, not the least of them being her cardiovascular health. At Montefiore Medical Center a team approach aims to help prevent fatal events during this delicate time in a patient's life.
Syed Ali Zaidi from Montefiore Medical Center: Applying Lessons from Adult Congenital Heart Disease to Pediatric Care
Congenital heart disease may have the same name in adult and pediatric care but the two conditions can often require vastly different approaches in care. Despite that work in the field is being done to help patients of all age maintain a high quality of life.
Syed Ali Zaidi from Montefiore Medical Center: Educating Patients on Congenital Heart Disease Risks and Treatments
As congenital heart patients transition from pediatric care to adult care there is a world of new challenges awaiting them. How they approach those challenges and how their doctors help them in that time can determine how they manage the condition in the future.
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