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Therapeutic hypothermia doesn't improve outcomes for cardiac arrest patients

The results may appear to conflict with the initial research that motivated guidelines favoring therapeutic hypothermia, but there are a number of important differences, they noted.
November 2013

New rules for predicting recovery after cardiac arrest

There was one large and one small randomized trial looking at therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest in patients who were still unresponsive after their arrest.” The trials, published together in the ... This was a pretty dramatic result,” said
July 2019

Women less likely than men to survive cardiac arrest, receive therapeutic intervention, study finds

45.6%; adjusted OR, 1.11; P < 0.001). Utilization of the 3 therapeutic interventions increased during the study period, and these changes were greater in men than women overall
June 2016

In the News

treat symptomatic asthmatic patients with bronchiectasis or mucoid impaction (despite oral or inhaled corticosteroid therapy) using oral itraconazole therapy with therapeutic drug monitoring,. ... 1. with oral itraconazole to minimize corticosteroid use
October 2016

Therapeutic hypothermia in comatose patients with non-shockable initial rhythms may lead to better outcomes

Comatose cardiac arrest patients with non-shockable initial rhythms who are treated with therapeutic hypothermia may have better survival and neurologic outcomes than those who do not receive hypothermic treatment, according ... Using 2000 to 2013 data
November 2015

MKSAP quiz on perioperative anticoagulation

D. Switch to therapeutic doses of low-molecular-weight heparin. E. No bridging agent is needed. ... individualized and bridging with therapeutic-dose LMWH or therapeutic dose intravenous UFH may be reasonable.
September 2014

Coumadin samples recalled

Some sample packs of Coumadin (warfarin) have been recalled by the manufacturer because the active ingredient may be below or above therapeutic levels.
July 2010

MKSAP quiz on venous thromboembolism

Therefore, he is at high risk for DVT and pulmonary embolism and requires therapeutic anticoagulation. ... This would not be appropriate in this patient whose initial therapeutic dose has not been established following his acute thromboembolic event.
December 2014

Thoracic medical societies issue guideline on managing malignant pleural effusion

2. In asymptomatic patients with known or suspected MPE, the panel suggests that therapeutic pleural interventions should not be performed.
October 2018

Which patients to anticoagulate and how

They're no longer anticoagulated.”. DOACs are good for patients whose international normalized ratios (INRs) are often out of the therapeutic range on warfarin. ... Good INR control involves being in the therapeutic range more than 60% of the time, so
June 2017

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