The new center is a one-stop shop for patients, bringing together gastroenterologists and surgeons in one clinical practice.
The program aims to find new ways to prevent significant, long-term health problems for high-risk pregnant women and newborns.
Cynthia J. Brown, M.D., MSPH, studies what factors keep older hospital patients in bed.
This minimally invasive procedure is only available in Alabama at UAB.
The center continues its pursuit of excellence in patient care, commitment to research and dedication to the development of life-saving treatments.
The goal of the new UAB study was to assess and compare continence outcomes of women undergoing a first and repeat midurethral sling procedure.
The newly-renovated facility opened to improve patient health, comfort and convenience by making treatments available in one building.
The therapy, approved for use in parts of Europe and Israel, is undergoing investigation in the United States as a potential method of reducing lung volume in patients with severe emphysema.
Founder Mike Jezdimir believes the foundation will have a profound effect on better understanding of TM and potential therapies for the disease.
Renal replacement therapy performed continuously over 24 hours provides better hemodynamic tolerance, fluid removal in critically ill patients with kidney failure.