A new Northwestern Medicine study validated a scoring system that measures physicians’ personal judgment of how sick a patient may become in the next 24 hours.
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Northwestern Medicine scientists found increases in patient admissions, length of stay, medical treatments, and resource utilization for infants admitted to neonatal intensive care units with neonatal abstinence syndrome.
New Northwestern Medicine research shows spherical nucleic acids can silence a gene that interferes with wound healing, opening the door to new treatments for diabetic skin wounds, as well as many other conditions.
Northwestern Medicine scientists are testing a new flexible electronic material for safety on skin that could be used to collect noninvasive data for diagnosis of neurological disorders and brain-computer interfaces.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have developed a suite of interactive smartphone mini-apps designed to deliver treatment for depression and anxiety directly to a user.
The majority of children who survive cancer in the U.S. face chronic health problems related to their treatment, according to a new Northwestern Medicine study.
Male baldness clinical trials did not adequately report sexual dysfunction, which may persist long-term, according to a Northwestern Medicine meta-analysis of published reports of clinical trials of the drug finasteride.
Martin Myers, MD, former professor and past chair of the Department of Pediatrics, spoke about the vaccine hesitancy and tools medical professionals can use to educate their patients.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have created and transplanted an artificial ovarian system that induced puberty in mouse models, a first step toward a new approach to improving fertility in childhood cancer survivors.
A Northwestern Medicine study estimated the incidence and etiology of community-acquired pneumonia in children and found that respiratory viruses were more commonly detected in children with pneumonia than bacterial pathogens, suggesting that new anti-viral vaccines or treatments could reduce the overall burden of pediatric pneumonia.