‘Frailty Pathway’ Leads to Safer, Standardized Geriatric Trauma Care
Launched in 2016, the BWH Frailty Identification and Care Pathway is a multidisciplinary program addressing these challenges by providing clinicians with standardized guidelines for identifying and accommodating frailty – a complex, often age-related syndrome characterized by physical decline and increased vulnerability to stressors.
Iorio Named Chief of Adult Reconstruction and Total Joint Arthroplasty
A board-certified orthopaedic surgeon and expert in revision hip- and knee-replacement surgery, Iorio specializes in caring for patients with hip and knee arthritis and osteonecrosis/avascular necrosis.
Meet the 2018 Deland Fellows: Tori Wilmarth
Each summer, Brigham Health welcomes a new class of Deland Fellows in Health Care and Society, who participate in a one-year administrative experience that prepares early-career professionals to be leaders of health care institutions.
Behind the Scenes at BWH: Biomedical Engineering
From scales to IV pumps and everything in between, the BWH Biomedical Engineering technicians and engineers are responsible for inspecting, testing, installing, maintaining, repairing and replacing approximately 26,000 devices throughout the Brigham.
A Deep Look at Nasal Polyps Offers Insights into Allergic Diseases
Although most patients are happy to have their nasal polyps surgically removed, for researchers, that tissue is precious: It may hold critical clues about intense, allergic inflammation.
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