ACP Member Shoshana Herzig, MD, MPH, assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and director of hospital medicine research at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. ... While opioids are almost always part of the pain management
However, other research has shown additional ways in which isolation precautions negatively impact care, including psychological effects, fewer contacts with clinicians, and greater inpatient deconditioning. ... However, the lack of benefit in patients
An accompanying editorial called for additional research into the biopsychosocial factors that contribute to firearm violence. ... Results were published in a research letter on Sept. 19, 2016, by the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
The three organizations recommended concomitant PPI and antiplatelet use in a 2008 document, but subsequent research suggested PPIs might lessen the efficacy of antiplatelet drugs. ... The study authors called for further research examining the
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
Yancy. But it's not just about genes; there have also been recent discoveries about the role of the exposome. ... It's not the only new explanation, though, Dr. Yancy noted. Other recent research, published in the July 2 Journal of the American College
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
effects. Recent research has tried to identify patient risk factors that predict AKI. ... Ongoing research, though, continues to find gaps in what's understood about the onset of AKI and therefore how to prevent it.
Here's a sampling of recent posts and comments from the blog. ... It's a finding that almost anyone (except those grumpy old guys who also walked uphill both ways to their residencies) would agree with …. Internship years often trigger depression
Promoting alertness and orientation during daytime hours also helps prevent delirium, according to recent research. ... Another promising area of research is cognitive stimulation—”essentially using games to exercise the brain,” said Dr.