Study: Eat, sleep, console approach for neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome (ESC-NOW) a subgroup analysis of infants who received opioid treatment for neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome

Opioid use and misuse in the United States is a substantial public health concern that does not spare pregnant individuals.  Recurrent opioid use during pregnancy may result in signs of opioid withdrawal, known as neonatal […]

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Leadless pacemaker allows pediatric athlete to continue competing

The patient A 15-year-old female with congenital complete heart block needed a pacemaker battery change or pacemaker update. Congenital complete heart block leads to interruption of electrical signals between the top chambers of the heart […]

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May 2024 Norton Children’s Medical Group New Providers

Theresa M. Frey, M.D. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Katelyn A. Yackey, M.D. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Shannon L. Hall-Million, APRN­ Pediatrics

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May 2024 Norton Medical Group New Providers

Katherine L. Billue, M.D. Wound Care Vladimir Orlov, D.O. Urgent Care Paul Weinberger, D.O. Emergency Medicine Kristen Browning, PA-C Hospital Medicine Saima Chishti, PA-C Medical Oncology Allie Davis, PA-C Hospital Medicine Amber L. Dumstorf, PA-C […]

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Reducing risk of robot-assisted sacroiliac joint fusion complications

Robot-assisted sacroiliac joint (SIJ) fusion surgery can, in about 1% of cases, injure the superior gluteal artery (SGA), but preoperative imaging, precise robot-assisted screw insertion and soft tissue protection can mitigate risks, according to a […]

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Ways to make prescribing controlled substances safer

Safer controlled substance prescribing begins with a thorough patient workup, an appropriate diagnosis and a comprehensive treatment plan, according to Kelly C. Cooper, M.D., an addiction medicine specialist with Norton Behavioral Medicine. “We just tend [...]

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Classification of cerebral palsy, updates to diagnosis and treatment

Cerebral palsy is one of the most common disabilities affecting children. It is a group of permanent conditions and symptoms that affect movement, posture, overall mobility, gross motor skills, manual ability, vision, speech and muscle […]

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Sotatercept FDA approval follows trial at Norton Pulmonary Specialists

Sotatercept was recently approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat adults with pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) after completing a Phase 3 clinical trial at Norton Pulmonary Specialists and other leading pulmonary hypertension [...]

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A case study comparing a pulmonology consult with ChatGPT results

Artificial intelligence (AI) like ChatGPT can compose essays or emails, write computer code, even generate art, but how well can it manage complex patient care? A team that included Norton Healthcare researchers decided to find […]

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April 2024 Norton Children’s Medical Group New Providers

Dana L. Gibson, M.D. Pediatrics Richard E. McCarthy, M.D. Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery Clinton M. Nowicke, Psy.D. ­ Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Tara B. Clarke, APRN ­ Pediatric Cardiology Jessica R. Coleman, APRN ­ Pediatric Endocrinology Kelsie L. […]

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April 2024 Norton Medical Group New Providers

John T. Garner, M.D. Hospital Medicine Ishan J. Parikh, D.O. Hospital Medicine Aleksandr Pevtsov, D.O. Emergency Medicine Elizabeth Fahey, PA-C Orthopedic Hand Surgery Amy Seldon, PA-C Emergency Medicine Gregory A. Hart, APRN Emergency Medicine Amy […]

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Norton Medical Center emergency department in Jeffersonville Commons open for patients of all ages

Norton Healthcare continues its focus of expanding access to health care in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Additional emergency and diagnostic services are now available at Norton Medical Center in the Jeffersonville Commons shopping center, 2023 Mercy Way. […]

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