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ACP Hospitalist

Available to the public, the online edition of ACP Hospitalist includes features about clinical medicine, conference coverage, research news, success stories, and more. ... is an e-newsletter that focuses on news specific to hospital medicine, delivered

Journal watch: recent studies of note

Recent studies about treating COPD, avoiding gadolinium MRIs, and other topics.
April 2007

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Recent studies about S. aureus infection, hospitalist care reducing lengths of stay, and other topics.
November 2007

Journal watch: recent studies of note

Researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston used data from the Patient Safety in Surgery Study, which was funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, to create ... An accompanying editorial praised the study's overall quality
August 2007

Journal watch: Recent studies of note

An accompanying editorial called the study results “tantalizing but premature” and recommended further randomized trials with independent research oversight carefully examining fatal and nonfatal clinically important outcomes.
October 2007

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However, they wrote, more research is needed to determine whether such programs can reduce STEMI-related morbidity and mortality.
January 2008

Journal Watch: Recent studies of note

However, they noted that more research is necessary before blood banking procedures and practices can be changed based on their study results. ... More research on different groups of patients is needed to confirm the value of using NGAL as a biomarker
May 2008

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The findings on beta-carotene were published in 1981 and contradicted in 1994-1996, and the estrogen/Alzheimer's research was published in 1996 and contradicted in 2004. ... The observational research included 6,789 patients who had cardiac arrest due to
February 2008

Journal watch: recent studies of note

Although limited by its observational design, this study is the first research to show that a medication administered long-term could have a strong and significant effect on sepsis rates among ... Previous research has shown physicians' decisions affect
May 2007

Journal watch: Recent studies of note

The authors speculated that new bacteria strains, increased antibiotic resistance or increasing illness severity and susceptibility to infection may be responsible, and called for further research on the topic. ... between 1993 and 2004, a study found.
September 2007

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