Among people with HSV-1 genital infections, shedding of the virus declined rapidly during the first year.
Omnipose is trained to recognize bacteria of all shapes and sizes in mixed bacterial cultures.
A small pilot study suggests that the technology meets the demand for a clinician to witness a patient’s daily dose.
Computers can competently parse snippets of typed conversation for warning signs of serious mental illness, psychiatry researchers find.
UW Medicine is working closely with Public Health–Seattle & King County and the Washington State Department of Health to investigate the case.
Ultrasound can be used to move, reposition or break up kidney stones, all while the patient is awake, a new study finds.
Cells in the body called cytokines talk to each other and tell other immune cells “there’s an infection here” or “no worries, everything’s fine.”
Dr. Danny E. Miller hopes to advance new sequencing technologies to solve undiagnosed genetic disorders.
Users of the investigational device spent 11% more time in the target blood-glucose range than control-group members.
UW Medicine and LifeCenter Northwest partnered on a momentous donation-after-circulatory-death procedure for an Oregon man.