New study points to a missed opportunity to improve quality of life for many women with incontinence.
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Improved outcomes in some patients could be due to a more complete reversal of the effects of muscle relaxants used during surgery.
Using anesthesia, Michigan Medicine researchers uncover how moment-to-moment brain changes may reflect consciousness.
SCN8A encephalopathy could be improved with a treatment already approved for other uses.