Women with a history of intimate partner violence also were more likely to have heart attacks, hypertension and heart disease. ... For example, said the editorialist, a link has been found between violence, stress and somatic disorders, such as
Researchers assessed the impact of adjusting for hospitals' cumulative chronic disease burden; quantity of patients who were dual-eligible, disabled, or long-term nursing home residents; and other area-level socioeconomic ... The new characteristics for
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Patients admitted to hospitals with more readmissions had higher chronic disease burden, less education, fewer assets, worse self-reported health status, more depressive symptoms, worse cognition, worse physical functioning, and more ... For example,
Thanks to ongoing medical advances, more children diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, congenital heart disease, Down syndrome and other physical or developmental conditions survive well into adulthood. ... To best help these fledgling adults, doctors will
to benefit (history of myocardial infarction, cerebrovascular disease, or renal disease). ... Overall, clinicians would be wise to adopt Sin City's famous tagline, ‘What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas;’ often the safest approach to inpatient
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While inhaler misuse is common among hospitalized patients with asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), patients can be easily taught to use the devices correctly, a new study found. ... Insufficient vision may be a barrier to chronic
at other diagnoses as well, experts said, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma and diabetes. ... clinician. In some programs, chronic disease patients get their checkup phone calls directly from a nurse, who either deals with any
Surgical/procedural care and high-complexity chronic disease management should be prioritized, although some preventive services may also be highly necessary, CMS said.