With the rise in opioid abuse, an increasing number of infants are born with neonatal abstinence syndrome. M Health specialists provide insight into the latest care approaches for these patients and their mothers.
A pregnant patient diagnosed with opioid use disorder is administered medication-assisted therapy. The infant upon delivery requires further monitoring, however, demonstrates no signs of neonatal abstinence syndrome.Continue reading
A childhood cancer survivor finds herself facing later health effects, including a heart valve condition and carcinomas. Long-term follow-up care helps her address care needs and maintain her health.Continue reading
A patient with heart failure and complex, co-occurring conditions enters a clinical trial and receives an LVAD as a bridge to further therapy. At 2 years post-treatments, he is free of heart-failure symptoms.Continue reading
After a patient’s cancer progresses on various treatments, he opts for a clinical trial immunotherapy. At 3 months of therapy, he experiences a near complete radiographic response and resolution of pain.Continue reading