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.
In the last 30 years there is such a dramatic evolution of what’s available in treating infertility that it is totally different from what it used to be.
Some couples may not have a very complicated problem, and they can be helped by a general gynecologist. But often that’s not enough. We have a lot of technology available. We have surgery — minimally invasive procedures that can very often correct problems that have to do with inability to have children. So for example, there are women that — either by medical condition or their preference — prefer their egg cells placed in the fallopian tubes where they undergo fertilization in the body, as opposed to in the incubator. This is done through microlaparoscopy, which we do, and virtually no other programs — as best as I know — can do it — in this area.
It is not a visit only or not even just a procedure only. It’s a relationship that’s established with the patients, which we thoroughly enjoy.