Improvements in implants and surgical techniques are prompting more people to choose joint replacement surgery at increasingly younger ages. But how young is too young? Orthopedic surgeons Edward Stolarski, MD, and Sean Dingle, MD, weigh in.
Genetic testing for hereditary cancer continues to evolve thanks to evolving technology and a better understanding of the human genome. While scientists in 2012 basically looked for only two genes linked to higher cancer risk (BRCA1 and BRCA2), today's genetic tests can evaluate up to 47 genes at the same time. What does that mean for your family?
Sarasota Memorial is among a handful of hospitals with the first and only antidote to stop life-threatening or uncontrolled bleeding linked to newer blood thinner medications. Sarasota Memorial Comprehensive Stroke Center Medical Director Mauricio Concha, MD, explains.
When aging or injury leave you with painful, worn-out joints, joint replacement surgery may be your best treatment option. Knowing what to expect before and after surgery can help ease worry and stress. Sarasota Memorial Orthopedic Program Coordinator Lisa Kennedy explains in this Ask An Expert Q&A.
Drowning is the leading cause of death (after birth defects) among children ages 1 to 4, and most happen in home pools. But what can we do to help prevent drownings? Here are some tips that go beyond swim lessons and “pool rules.”