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February
19,
2020
| 03:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
This is the first patient many nursing students see. He’s a computerized teaching tool. “These mannequins are able to get IV fluids into them. They have vital signs that the nurses can monitor. They’re able to put feed tubes into them. They can
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February
18,
2020
| 03:18 PM Europe/Amsterdam
How far would you go to learn from some of the best and brightest minds in medical education and simulation? To get inside the Center for Medical Education and Innovation at OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital, medical professionals came to
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February
17,
2020
| 05:33 PM Europe/Amsterdam
With the recent allegations against two former Ohio State University football players, the issue of consent on college campuses is garnering national attention and raising concerns about sexual assault. For those who find themselves in consensual
February
14,
2020
| 09:11 PM Europe/Amsterdam
Valentine’s Day can be a day of both and joy and broken hearts, but doctors say that a broken heart can manifest itself in physical symptoms that can be alarming. OhioHealth interventional cardiologist Kevin Stivers, MD, talks in this Medical
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Medical Minutes

February
10,
2020
| 03:06 PM Europe/Amsterdam
In 2018, over 17 million cases of cancer were reported worldwide, with an estimated 27.5 million new cases projected in the next 20 years. When it comes to a medical condition that affects so many people, we want treatment options that are quick,
February
06,
2020
| 08:05 PM Europe/Amsterdam
Hearing loss affects millions of Americans each year, and on average, most of us accept it as a simple fact of life. However, for the over 20% of people in the U.S. who report varying degrees of hearing loss year after year, the situation can be
January
28,
2020
| 03:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
In 2019, the OhioHealth Mothers’ Milk Bank distributed over 376,000 ounces of milk to babies in need throughout the United States and Canada – that’s about 3,000 gallons! Just one ounce can feed a premature infant for three days. And it’s
January
27,
2020
| 03:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
When a patient is diagnosed with cancer they have many questions about what the future will hold. One of those questions for many is “will I lose my hair?” Hair loss as a side effect from chemotherapy can be devastating for some. And while the hair
Columbus, OH,
26
June
2019
Welcome to “Lives at Stake: Our Opioid Crisis; Stories of loss, hope, and resources to help.” In this series, you will find informational resources along with personal stories and accounts from ...