Current Issue - January 2016
Outcomes—whether life or death—should better reflect goals and values of patients, experts say
Physicians work to identify and respond to their own biases
Age, gender, and other factors predict risk
Patients report their symptoms while waiting to be seen, and clinicians review, confirm, and edit the information.
The RN who developed it sees it as “a means of honoring a patient after they pass away”
One of the first descriptions of the erythrocyte sedimentation rate is detailed in a book by British surgeon and anatomist John Hunter
Macrolide antibiotics, central vs. peripheral thermometers, acute kidney injury risk factors in orthopedic patients, and more
From the February 10, 2016 edition
- Preadmission glucocorticoids associated with 30-day poststroke mortality
- Investigators respond to questions about ROCKET AF
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