People with mild cognitive impairment don’t always receive the same, established medical treatment that patients with normal cognitive functioning get when they have a heart attack.
Haley Otman covers neurosciences and heart care for the University of Michigan Health System. A TV news producer turned health care communicator, Haley specializes in storytelling, media relations and social media surrounding clinical advances, new research and compelling patient stories.
A new quality improvement study found involving the anticoagulation clinic before elective gastrointestinal endoscopy could help facilitate antithrombotic medication management.
Study suggests a protein called suPAR could be targeted to prevent dreaded kidney complications in patients undergoing common medical procedures.
New basic science and clinical research identifies TAU, the same protein studied in the development of Alzheimer’s, as a biomarker for glioma development.
Researchers are excited about the prospect of incorporating polygenic risk scores to predict obesity, but a new study finds genetics adds little to what’s already discovered in clinic.
Optical imaging and artificial intelligence are making brain tumor diagnosis quicker and more accurate.