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Low-risk patients may not need vital signs checked so often, study suggests

Sleep deprivation is also an important factor in post-hospitalization syndrome, which recent research suggests may increase readmissions, they noted.
July 2013

Three-step program improves depression in stroke patients

Recent research suggests that an active care management program can help these patients recover. ... Roudebush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis, research coordinator of the VA Stroke QUERI Center and lead author of the Stroke study.
November 2007

Journal watch: Recent studies of note

Physicians should weigh the possible risks before prescribing antipsychotics to older patients; recent research suggests the drugs are also associated with a higher risk of death in the elderly. ... The research was published in the May issue of the
July 2008

Recent Research

Reducing MRSA in the ICU, rivaroxaban in heart failure, warfarin bridging during cardiac device surgery, and more.
August 2013

A different kind of competency

It's not that [the research] has failed. It just hasn't been done. ... Betancourt. He also noted that recent research has shown that cross-cultural populations tend to have longer lengths of stay.
March 2008

CAP patients with hypo- or hypercapnia have greater mortality, need for ICU admission

Existing tools to predict 30-day mortality, which also have been recommended to identify patients for ICU admission, have been shown in recent research to not accurately predict ICU admission, the
June 2012

Data but few answers on vasopressors

More recent research has compared norepinephrine with vasopressin and found some benefits to the latter. ... It's not surprising that recent trials of vasopressors have not shown improvements in mortality, because they never do, said Dr.
April 2020

Pulling it together

Recent research supports the importance of adhering to GOLD guidelines on drug treatment for exacerbations, noted Gulshan Sharma, MD, MPH, pulmonary and critical care specialist at the University of Texas Medical
March 2011

Sepsis still infected with uncertainty

CVO. 2. Other recent research has confirmed that patients with low levels have worse outcomes, he noted, citing a study published in November 2014 by Critical Care finding an association between ... Looking even farther into the future of sepsis care
January 2017

Individual brief case: Cardiac tamponade and acute liver failure

Recent research has hypothesized that low cardiac output (i.e., cardiogenic shock) is a more likely culprit than systemic vasodilation (i.e., distributive shock) in ischemic hepatitis.
January 2019

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