trends. Researchers performed a cohort, year-wise analysis of the Nationwide Readmissions Database between Jan.
Researchers developed a score to predict risk of symptomatic intracerebral hemorrhage in acute ischemic stroke patients who receive intravenous thrombolysis, a new study reported. ... Overall rate of SICH was 1.8%. Researchers found 10 independent risk
Researchers compared late mortality among 4 groups: patients admitted with sepsis, adults not currently hospitalized, patients admitted with non-sepsis infection, and patients admitted with an acute sterile inflammatory condition. ... Researchers placed
Vitamin K antagonist may mildly increase bleeding, markedly increase thrombosis in patients ages 80 and older
Researchers conducted a matched cohort study of patients at a thrombosis service in the Netherlands. ... However, researchers know little about patients whom clinicians choose not to treat with anticoagulation.
Researchers retrospectively evaluated 356 non-critically ill adults admitted with acute exacerbations of COPD who had peak procalcitonin concentrations of less than 0.25 µg/L. ... Researchers also assessed two groups of patients who received either 24
Researchers surveyed 599 hospitals that were participating in a couple of the best-known readmission initiatives around: the State Action on Avoidable Rehospitalization (STAAR) and the Hospital-to-Home Campaign (H2H). ... The initial objective of the
Researchers performed a retrospective cohort study involving 1,085 acute care hospitals in the U.S.
Researchers performed a MEDLINE search of articles in English published from 1966 to November 2012. ... The researchers extracted data on study design, population characteristics, modeling methods, metrics of model performance, risk of bias, and clinical
27, 2016, JAMA. After assessing more than 80,000 consecutive admissions to 13 medical-surgical wards at the University of Chicago Medicine from 2009 to 2013, researchers found that an ICU
Some of the so-called “newer” antimicrobials aren't that new in terms of how long they have been around, but clinicians and researchers are still trying to determine how best ... As such, researchers and physicians are turning to older antimicrobials