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It can measure how often a patient comes to the hospital with dizziness, is mistakenly told it’s a benign ear condition and sent home — only to return with a major stroke.
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Researchers view cells for hearing in 3D using virtual reality.
At Johns Hopkins, neuroscientists are teaching computers how to build replicas of cells in the brain with complete accuracy — all viewable from a virtual reality headset.
Data collected from a group of 200 heart attack survivors using a smartphone app designed to navigate the recovery process.
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Government-granted flexibilities allowed providers to rapidly transform how care has been delivered during the pandemic, but the reinstatement of telemedicine regulations has begun to alter patient care.
Cardiologist Seth Martin discusses the implementation of mobile health technology for cardiac rehabilitation patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Telemedicine encourages greater collaboration and ultimately contributes to a higher level of multidisciplinary care for the patient.
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Until recently, patients with congestive heart failure had one place to go for relief: a hospital.
A new feature in Epic makes it easy for health care providers to refer patients to a free smoking cessation program.
Unique Johns Hopkins website houses more than 160 videos covering the spectrum of rheumatic disease