Detroit Medical Center
After more than 10 years of study, investigators in the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Neonatal Research Network, led by a pediatric researcher at Wayne State University and the Detroit Medical Center, have proven an effective way to significantly reduce death and physical and mental disability caused by reduction in oxygen and blood flow to the brain at birth.
A local study appearing in this week’s New England Journal of Medicine supports the use of whole-body hypothermia in full-term, oxygen-deprived newborns.
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The hope of walking again is becoming a reality for many thanks to a new piece of technology at a local hospital.
This week, DMC Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan became the eighth rehabilitation hospital in the United States to receive Ekso, a wearable, robotic exoskeleton that powers people with lower extremity paralysis or weakness to get them standing up and walking.
The DMC Cardiovascular Institute announced Wednesday that it will participate in Connect II, a global clinical trial conditionally approved by the FDA that gives physicians access to Ocelot, a new imaging technology tool to fight Peripheral Arterial Disease.
In an effort toward the research and development of new and potentially breakthrough treatment options for patients with congestive heart failure, DMC Cardiovascular Institute has become the first hospital in Michigan and the seventh hospital across the United States to participate in the INOVATE-HF (INcrease Of VAgal TonE Heart Failure) clinical trial.
Detroit fire crews were on the scene Tuesday afternoon of a hazardous materials situation at the city’s biggest medical complex.
A trip the vending machine isn’t always a healthy one, but now it can be.
Detroit Receiving Hospital is getting a new $8 million operating room.