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Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) via nasogastric feeding tube (NGT) is a cheaper yet similarly effective treatment method for recurrent Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) in children when compared with FMT via colonoscopy or nasoduodenal tube, a study from Children’s Hospital Colorado has found.
Staffed by world-class physicians from ColumbiaDoctors Orthopedics, NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital’s Orthopedics and Sports Medicine program offers comprehensive, interdisciplinary care for elite athletes, children and weekend warriors alike. As the hospital broadens its services in Westchester County, patients will benefit from personalized treatment plans built upon careful observation of their movement habits.
An experienced cadre of physicians at White Plains Hospital has leveraged a high level of clinical expertise to develop a uniquely integrated Hepatobiliary Program in a regional hospital setting.
With practices spreading from Yonkers across Westchester County, Manhattan and the Bronx, Saint Joseph’s Medical Center offers expansive, high-level primary care that treats the family as a whole. Saint Joseph’s family care physicians and their colleagues focus on keeping patients out of the hospital and empowering wellness through education and outreach.
From genetic counseling to treatment and beyond, the interdisciplinary team at The Breast Center at Montefiore Nyack provides high-level services near where patients live and work.
NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital’s high-quality, collaborative cardiovascular care is enhancing cardiovascular disease outcomes throughout the region.
A neighborhood landmark for 130 years, Saint Joseph’s Medical Center continues to respond to the needs of patients in Westchester County and the Bronx by broadening its services, improving technology and promoting a high level of clinical expertise.
Responsibilities related to family and work are a significant factor in why female interns report a higher incidence of depression symptoms than their male counterparts do, according to a study by researchers at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and the University of Michigan.