A Game Changer for Stroke TreatmentPatients with severe strokes have far better outcomes when treated with a drug to dissolve a blood clot and a procedure to dislodge and remove it.
Rush Clinic Takes Off at O'HareA partnership between a Chicago-area business and the Rush University College of Nursing has provided one group of workers not only free health services, but advocacy for care.
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It’s very rare for a patient to come to Rush for any diagnosis and not to have some type of imaging — whether it be very straightforward and common tests like a chest X-ray or some of the very specialized exams that we do here at Rush, like a dedicated liver MRI [magnetic resonance imaging] or a cardiac MRI. So that was the appeal of radiology. It was the chance to participate in all of the different areas of care at the same time and not to really have to limit myself to one part of the body or to one disease process.
I get to see when a patient responds to therapy. And I get to feel that personal success as well, because I know that it’s a case that’s been successfully treated.
Working at a large medical center like Rush that has the type of advanced resources to make the radiology and keep it up to date. We really get to be on the cutting edge of radiology, and we use those techniques every single day.