Families rely on doctor recommendations after a brain hemorrhage, but new research shows different physicians make very different decisions.
A small percentage of intensive care unit cases develop a “cascade” of issues, dominating resources and warranting further research on optimal care, a new study finds.
Medical neutrality is in danger, unless the international community acts, a 2015 report says. As violence has recently unfolded at hospitals in Aleppo, the results still ring true.
Executives from Valeant Pharmaceuticals testified before a Senate committee Wednesday regarding the company’s pricing practices. A U-M physician told his patients’ side of the story.
U-M cardiologists say anticoagulation clinics still hold a vital role in patient care, even as new drugs claim to reduce the need.
A new study shows promise in preventing risk-taking that could lead to pain pill overdoses.