Recent research suggests it may be, at least as far as medication errors go.
CVO. 2. Other recent research has confirmed that patients with low levels have worse outcomes, he noted, citing a study published in November 2014 by Critical Care finding an association between ... Looking even farther into the future of sepsis care
Family attendance in ICU rounds may increase their duration but improve communication, according to recent research.
The research was presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions and was published in the Dec.
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.
The Frailty Index appears to predict in-hospital complications and discharge disposition in geriatric trauma patients, a recent study found. ... A simple score can help predict seizure risk up to 5 years after intracerebral hemorrhage, a recent study
Hospitalists are always working to improve handoffs to primary care physicians, and recent research suggests that pending test results at discharge are a particularly vulnerable area. ... Lack of mentors can be a problem, as can lack of time to
So it's good news that recent research suggests one can use a more restrictive transfusion strategy with cardiac patients. ... In February 2012, an article in the Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine looked at all existing research on the two indices and
The study's finding of a protective effect on mortality from transfusions in the low hematocrit subgroup differs from similar research not focused on sepsis patients but supports the most recent ... research in critically ill sepsis patients, the authors
Aware of recent research showing that increased handoffs can lead to worse patient outcomes and that some bad outcomes on the wards, especially cardiac arrests, are predictable, the Chicago hospitalists looked ... Although research on the effects of the