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Recent studies of note.
The editorialist urged further research on the risks of VTE and preventive treatments in a wider range of patients, including those without additional risk factors for VTE.
Outpatient programs for secondary prevention of ACS have been shown to be effective, but little research has been done on inpatient interventions. ... The study should reassure many physicians who, research has shown, are more reluctant to refer women
Canadian researchers analyzed existing research to determine the best way to manage dialysis in patients with acute renal failure. ... Based on their research, the authors presented several suggestions for management of acute renal failure, including:.
Kidney decline and mortality in acute severe hypertension, and more.
ischemic attack, research has found. ... He also called for additional research on the stents' effect on stent thrombosis and MI when prasugrel instead of clopidogrel is used as anti-platelet therapy.
Hospitalists' cost-effectiveness, vasopressin antagonists and hyponatremia, and more.
The authors of an accompanying editorial pointed to the study as a good example of cost-effectiveness research using linked databases and asserted that the data should spur changes in practice. ... Most other research has compared outcomes in
However, they concluded that antipsychotic drugs are associated with an increased risk for VTE and that further research on this association is warranted.
The findings also suggest that heart attack is more common than suspected in CABG patients, said the news release. ... In related news, the American Heart Association recently advised people who witness a heart attack to apply hands-only CPR, after