Search results for "researchers"

Results 31 - 40 of about 1884 for "researchers".

Myocardial infarction

Researchers tested the hypothesis that adding additional information to a high-sensitivity cardiac troponin algorithm would improve diagnosis of ED patients with suspected acute myocardial infarction (AMI).
August 2019

Atrial fibrillation

Researchers in the United Kingdom used a national database to identify patients admitted to five tertiary care centers with a primary diagnosis of atrial fibrillation between 2010 and 2017. ... The researchers noted an exponential relationship between
April 2020

Postop deaths, sepsis projects

At 30 days, researchers assessed patient outcomes through medical records and telephone follow-up. ... Researchers also evaluated individual index hospitalizations for heart failure, myocardial infarction, and pneumonia.
February 2020


Researchers retrospectively looked at patients ages 65 years and older with diabetes not previously requiring insulin who were hospitalized in Veterans Health Administration hospitals for common medical conditions between 2012 and ... Nearly half of
April 2020

Welcome to ACP Hospitalist

In addition, we'll include more Q&As with researchers, clinicians and thought leaders about new developments and contributions in the field.
January 2007


Researchers performed a retrospective observational study at a level 1 trauma and academic hospital in Minneapolis to determine the utility of the GO-FAR score in predicting prognosis. ... The researchers noted that their study was retrospective,
September 2019


Researchers in Spain performed a prospective multicenter study of patients hospitalized with CAP to determine the usefulness of cardiac and inflammatory biomarkers in assessing early or long-term risk for a ... The researchers noted that individual
August 2019

Palliative care

Researchers conducted a pilot prospective before-after study at an urban academic medical center to determine the clinical effects of using an EHR prediction model to trigger palliative care. ... The researchers created the historical control cohort by
July 2019

Acute kidney injury, racial disparities

The researchers noted that their results were vulnerable to selection bias and may not be generalizable to other critically ill populations, among other limitations. ... Researchers conducted a quasi-experimental, pre-post implementation study of the
January 2020


Researchers in Oregon performed a cohort study comparing patients treated by the Improving Addiction Care Team (IMPACT) service, a hospital-based addiction medicine consult service at one large academic hospital, with ... The researchers noted that
August 2019

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