The Meaning of Care Magazine - Winter 2018
During the holidays, we sometimes take even the smallest things for granted. This issue visits seemingly small things which are making a big world of difference.
In this issue:
Aquatic Therapy Offers a 'Weightless' Approach to One Heavy Diagnosis
"The amount of improvement over just a couple weeks in the pool was astounding," according to Mike. This warm water therapy is fueling his, and others' progress.
Clinical Trial Maps Sentinel Lymph Nodes
A potentially life-saving clinical trial is bringing a new approach to stopping endometrial cancers while sparing lymph nodes. In this case, a green dye may light the way for surgical oncologists.
Bonus online only story: Patient Benefits of I-125 Seed Use for Breast Cancer.
Emergency Room Program Tackles Older Patients' Unique Needs
With specially-trained emergency room nurses, the focus is on helping the older adult - and the family - get and stay well.
Bonus online only story: When older adults become patients, special services provide unique care - focused on getting and keeping them well.