Researchers suggest the susceptibility of extraocular muscle fibers to mito-chondrial DNA deletions vary with fiber type.
Researchers investigate robotic force control applications in retinal surgeries.
Research shows that pupil area can be used as an independent predictor of all‐cause mortality and readmission due to heart failure.
Researchers say that telehealth, although necessary during the COVID-19 pandemic, may introduce unintentional disparities based on age, race/ethnicity, and socioeconomic status.
Hand sanitizers containing methanol, or wood alcohol, present a danger to individuals as the substance can be toxic when absorbed through the skin or life-threatening if ingested.
Faster rates of cognitive decline were seen in association with each point worse in the multisensory function score.
Pregabalin/gabapentin observed for clinically meaningfully advantages in the management of postoperative pain in adults.
Evidence-based guidelines address supportive care treatment options for adult patients with Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis.
Soccer kicking group performed faster than heading group on tests at zero, two, 24 hours after intervention.
Older adults with both dementia and self-reported visual impairment may be at higher risk for disability than adults with only one of these conditions.
Several pupillary light reflex (PLR) metrics are increased for adolescents with concussion versus healthy controls.
Canalicular/lacrimal sac mucosal folds may be responsible for soft stops in lacrimal probing as well as a number of conditions affecting the lacrimal drainage system, according to new research.
Operating room experience is inconsistent between male and female trainees, and who is selected to perform surgery is prone to sex bias, according to the authors of a new study.
Most patients with ophthalmic emergencies are lost to follow up. Research pinpointed economics, age and wait times as potential explanations.
NRC Health, a software and patient satisfaction survey provider holding data from more than 25 million patients, was locked out of its computer system in February because of a ransomware attack.
By connecting on a personal level, medical practices may have better results in getting patients to settle their accounts.
Regardless of the challenges a smaller group might have, a risk assessment is a baseline for any HIPAA program. The cost of this assessment is considerably less than a HIPAA fine.
Putting information in the cloud can be a good move for a physician’s practice — but only if done well.
From an ethical perspective, disclosing adverse events to patients is predicated on the idea that physicians have obligations to tell the truth, but physicians may worry that apologizing will incur greater responsibility for liability.
Hackers have penetrated healthcare providers’ computer systems to encrypt information and demand money for its release.