Technologies, pilot programs boost UI telemedicine, ehealth services
New technology reduces surgeries for young scoliosis patients
Colton Barker is the life of the party. His upbeat and caring demeanor makes Colton who he is, which has been largely influenced by what he’s been through.
People of the PBI: Fraternal Order of Eagles Diabetes Research Center
Late one winter Sunday morning, Bruce Brockway and his 10-year-old son Garrett began cleaning up trees and brush that littered the woodsy backyard of their Burlington home. But in one unthinkable moment, the Brockway family’s life changed forever.
Since January 2013, UI Heart and Vascular Center researchers have participated in the Parachute IV Clinical Trial.
Billy Albritton of East Peoria, Ill., was in constant pain. He had surgery more than 10 years ago to remove a large cartilage growth from his ankle, and with the decreased amount of cartilage he could hardly walk or stand. Research on other options led Albritton to University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, where an innovative implant—the Zimmer Trabecular Metal Total Ankle—had been developed.
When Whitney Wagaman had a routine ultrasound with her local doctor at 20 weeks, she was ecstatic to find out she was having a baby girl. But that excitement turned to fear once Whitney and her husband, Corey, learned something was wrong: Baby Charlotte had a mass on her heart.
Important reminders and new educational tutorials for our members and providers
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