Hospital Visitor Restrictions Contribute to Patient and Provider Burnout Latest News

Hospital Visitor Restrictions Contribute to Patient and Provider Burnout

Above photo Barbara Creed. Courtesy of Northwestern Memorial Hospital Barbara Creed walked into Northwestern Memorial Hospital on April 29, 2020,…

Facing Post-Intensive Care Syndrome and After-Effects of Covid-19 In The Know

Facing Post-Intensive Care Syndrome and After-Effects of Covid-19

Of all his years, 2020 was exceptionally challenging for Vietnam veteran Matthew Thomas. After the 75-year-old Aurora resident tested positive…

Gasping for Air Lungs

Gasping for Air

With a cascade of effects, Covid-19 can cause lasting lung damage The phone call came Monday morning, but by then,…

‘No Intubation’: Seniors Fearful of COVID-19 Are Changing Their Advance Directives Affiliate

‘No Intubation’: Seniors Fearful of COVID-19 Are Changing Their Advance Directives

Last month, Minna Buck revised a document specifying her wishes should she become critically ill. “No intubation,” she wrote in…

Geriatric Emergency Departments Offer Specialized Care Briefs

Geriatric Emergency Departments Offer Specialized Care

As baby boomers reach their golden years, an increasing number are arriving in emergency rooms in need of urgent care.…

Training Cells to Attack Cancer

Training Cells to Attack

Groundbreaking CAR T-cell therapy engineers cells to target tumors In fall 2013, when psychiatrist J. Barry Rubin, DO, developed hip pain,…

Avoid this common hazard of being in the hospital Affiliate

Avoid this common hazard of being in the hospital

Harvard Health Blog My mother was lucid and alert when she was hospitalized for pneumonia. But by the middle of…

What you should know about anesthesia Neurology

What you should know about anesthesia

Harvard Health Letters If you’ve ever had a tooth filled without Novocaine, you know the difference anesthesia can make. Anesthesia–whether…