It is not understood biologically as well as it could be, but it is an active area of research,” he said. ... The guidelines aren't specific on timing, in part, because there isn't enough evidence-based research on the topic, experts said.
Delivering noninvasive ventilation (NIV) by helmet helped patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), while aspirin treatment did not, according to 2 recent studies. ... Faster treatment significantly improved functional outcomes among
According to recent research and our story, many are taking one when the other would be more effective, or both when only one is appropriate.
Based on some recent research, including a study published in the Oct. ... The bad news is that the research also shows that patients who do survive to discharge face increased risks, both of kidney problems and death, in the years afterward.
They called for future research to identify which patient subgroups would benefit most from filter placement. ... Patients taking glucocorticoids before hospital admission for stroke may be at higher mortality risk, according to a recent study.
Hospitals have increased medication safety in the past decade, but further improvement is still necessary, a recent study found. ... The analysis was funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) and published in the Jan.
Hydroxyethyl starch for fluid resuscitation fared poorly in two recent meta-analyses involving critically ill patients. ... 15 by BMJ. Rivaroxaban is noninferior to enoxaparin for standard-duration venous thromboembolism (VTE) prophylaxis in acutely ill
Troponin T levels independently predict 30-day mortality after noncardiac surgery, a recent study found. ... Existing tools to predict 30-day mortality, which also have been recommended to identify patients for ICU admission, have been shown in recent
Recent research suggests it may be, at least as far as medication errors go.
Recent research has highlighted how commonly this issue appears in hospital practice. ... How long to continue anticoagulation can be a difficult decision, but recent research suggests that AF, even when precipitated by underlying conditions and assumed