Antivirals may benefit some inpatients
Elevated virus levels in hospitalized COVID-19 patients’ blood predicts worsening respiratory symptoms and suggests ongoing viral replication in later disease stages, Stanford Medicine-led study says.
Top scores from LGBTQ group
An advocacy group for gender and sexual minorities has awarded scores of 100 to Stanford Medicine health care organizations.
What it means to be a Black doctor
Black physicians and alumni of Stanford Medicine discussed their experiences in the medical profession, from serving as role models to feeling isolated.
Team-care model helps clinicians, patients
A team-based approach to primary care reduces clinician burnout, but those gains quickly fade if staffing isn’t maintained, researchers say.
Playing style linked to NBA knee injuries
Basketball players who weave through defense to shoot the basket face a higher risk of tears in the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), but after repair return to the same level of play.
Stanford Medicine earns top Vizient ranking
Vizient, an organization that promotes and measures improvement in health care performance, has ranked Stanford Medicine among the top academic medical centers in the United States.
A legacy of care in the Tri-Valley
Launched by residents and leaders of the Tri-Valley eager for robust local health care, Valley Memorial Hospital, now Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare, celebrates 60 years of service to its community.
ValleyCare’s future of high-tech healing
Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare is harnessing advanced technology to provide state-of-the-art care to patients in the East Bay.
Stroke center fills critical care need
Stanford Health Care – ValleyCare's stroke program is recognized for its commitment to meeting rigorous national standards of stroke care.
Parents want to know cost of kids’ hospitalizations
Most parents with children in the hospital want to learn what the stay will cost, but few are having conversations about money with hospital representatives, according to a study led by Stanford Medicine researchers.
Neurosurgeon gives teen his life back
After years of practicing surgery techniques in a part of the brain known as a “no man’s land,” Juan Fernandez-Miranda was able to remove a complex pituitary gland tumor from a Lebanese teenager.
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