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Providing Help in Neurosurgery at Home and Looking to the Future
In the field of neurosurgery it can seem like each new day is the future. Even still there are goals to achieve that may not be reached until many years down the road.
Further Reducing Seizures Provides Considerable Help in Epilepsy
Even though some medications for epilepsy are able to drastically reduce the number of seizures a patient suffers sometimes just one can be damaging enough to a person's quality of life.
Kia Shahlaie: Surgery Can Help Movement Disorders Beyond Medicine
As new medications have been approved for movement disorders like Parkinson's Disease many patients have been able to better manage their symptoms. When that is not enough newer surgical options have also been developed in recent years.
Kia Shahlaie: Balancing New Techniques with Established Traditions
Technology may be advancing faster than people can keep up with but there are still times when traditional surgical methods are preferred over newer technologies.
Kia Shahlaie, MD, PhD from UC Davis Health System: Minimally Invasive Surgery Helping Neurology Patients in New Ways Every Day
While minimally invasive surgery is not a new concept the rapid advances in technology are helping to treat patients with more wide ranging conditions than ever before.
Kathleen Tong: Looking at the Future of Heart Failure Treatment
From the ventricular assist device and beyond the treatment of heart failure has made a considerable number of advancements. Even small steps like longer battery life and smaller devices can make a big difference in a patient's daily life going
Kathleen Tong: Medications and Procedures Help Heart Failure Patients
As medications on the market get new indications and surgical procedures get further developed patients diagnosed with heart failure will continue to see better results in care and treatment.
Kathleen Tong from UC Davis Health System: Defining Heart Failure and Looking at Treatment Today
Patients diagnosed with heart failure are living longer and with a higher quality of life than ever before. These advancements have come as a result of a considerable amount of work with much more work to be done going forward.
Uma Srivatsa: Stroke Prevention and the Future of Electrophysiology
There is a known connection between atrial fibrillation and stroke risk. Finding the best way to handle this connection can determine the success of care and the quality of life for patients.
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