Artificial #heart prototypes and stent grafts developed at #clevelandclinic until 1982. #tbt #innovation
55 years ago, Dr. F. Mason Sones, a Cleveland Clinic cardiologist, thought he had made a fatal mistake when he accidentally injected dye directly into his patient’s heart. But what seemed like a grave medical error in 1958 proved to be a monumental breakthrough. His ‘error’ helped launch the modern era of heart disease diagnosis, and allowed Dr. Sones to become a pioneer in what is now called coronary angiography, which allows doctors to see inside the heart and blood vessels.
If your food leaves an oil mark on a napkin, leave it on the table! Although some #fats can be healthy (think olive oil, flax seeds, peanuts, etc.), that appetizer or #dessert is more likely loaded with trans and saturated fats. Keep this trick in mind all season to have a healthier #holiday.
Cool photos submitted today by Bjørn Wad from Norway. His portraits shot in Norwegian retirement homes aim to “show the elderly in a new way, a little bit rock n’ roll, with humor.” I want to do a project like this!
#Superman once said, 'Dreams save us - #dreams lift us up and transform us.' Those words rang true #todayatClevelandClinic for 10-year-old Louis. His spirits were lifted after some heroic guests flew by for a visit! #clevelandclinicchildrens #superheroes
Born in #war. Tested in peace. Cleveland Clinic grew out of WWI. George Crile Sr. Frank Bunts. William Lower. Three #physicians working in #military hospitals near the front lines. They were impressed by the efficiency of military medicine. Their plans: a new kind of medical center, a hybrid of the best military and civilian practices. Two founders pictured here: Frank E. Bunts, MD (back left) and George Crile Sr., MD (back right) at their army base near Rouen, France, during WWI…