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Whitfield’s eight-bed ICU is monitored remotely 24/7 by the UAB Tele-ICU team to help support the bedside staff.
The new, five-year grant will support research in the UAB Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center to address dementia disparities in the Deep South.
The study will observe two sedation medications, ketamine and etomidate, that are most commonly used for sedations, ketamine and etomidate, to determine which is best during intubations.
This procedure has been clinically proved to help reduce blood pressure in patients for whom neither medications nor lifestyle changes have been successful.
Ninety-two percent of evaluable patients treated with INB-200 exceeded a median progression-free survival of seven months. Glioblastoma multiforme is the most aggressive type of cancer originating in the brain.
About 1 percent to 2 percent of people in the United States have hidradenitis suppurativa, and it most commonly affects women who are African American or biracial.
At the conference, runners of all levels will be able to learn from Olympian and UAB alumna Vonetta Flowers, as well as explore ways to boost their energy and improve performance. 
The Family and Community Medicine Clinic at UAB Hospital-Highlands has 14 providers and seven residents prepared to treat pregnant individuals and newborns. 
UAB researchers leverage data from the All of Us Research Program to show that carpal tunnel syndrome is a sentinel event for cardiac amyloidosis.
Knowing the basics of CPR, even low-quality CPR from a bystander, can be a lifesaving action for a person in need.
With more than 3,300 residents living in East Lake, Live HealthSmart Alabama hopes to encourage a healthier lifestyle by providing safe spaces for them to get outside.
APPs are generally physician assistants or nurse practitioners, and in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurobiology, they account for more than 1,000 arrived patient appointments each year.
UAB expert says wearing sunscreen and getting checked regularly by a dermatologist can be key in preventing skin cancer this summer.
The goal of this project is to reduce health disparities in colonoscopy screening and colorectal cancer outcomes for vulnerable populations in Jefferson County.
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