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Heart Care |February 2018

Boosting Survival Rates in Sudden Cardiac Arrest

A new protocol helps improve brain-healthy survival rates for a subset of sudden cardiac arrest patients. Developed and implemented in Minnesota, the approach is now being tested nationally.

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Heart Care


February 2018

Patient Survives Sudden Cardiac Arrest with Early Access to Cath Lab

Immediate access to the cardiac catheterization lab and care team leads to complete recovery for a patient whose shockable heart rhythm was refractory to defibrillation.

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Cancer Care


February 2018

Collaborative Care, New Therapies Improve Neurofibromatosis Outcomes

NF patients are at increased risk of additional tumors and cancers. Clinical and research collaborations, novel drugs, and MRI-guided procedures aim to improve outcomes for these patients.

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Adult Specialties


January 2018

Addressing Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

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.

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Pediatric Care


December 2017

Managing the Health Needs of Pediatric Cancer Survivors

New therapies have boosted the survival rate for young cancer patients, yet many will face chronic or serious conditions later in adulthood. Multidisciplinary, long-term follow-up is improving their prospects.

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