Search results for "Recent Research"

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Examining clinical questions in acute coronary syndromes

Recent research could change standard practice.
June 2008

Recent Research

An in-hospital mobility assistance program prevented loss of community mobility 1 month after discharge, a recent study found. ... Mobility program participants received support from a trained research assistant, who helped them set daily goals and
September 2016

Septic shock, C. diff, and more

Summaries from ACP Hospitalist Weekly. In patients with septic shock, receiving IV thiamine supplementation was associated with reduced time to lactate clearance and lower 28-day mortality rates, a recent study ... There were no differences in the
January 2019

Length of stay: Timing it right

Recent research suggests that improvements in efficiency during the inpatient stay can lower LOS without increasing unnecessary readmissions.
October 2014

Heart failure risk score, step-down therapy

For stabilized patients with gram-negative bacteremia, seven days of antibiotic therapy worked as well as 14 days, a recent trial found. ... Results were published as a research letter on Dec. 11, 2018, by Annals of Internal Medicine and appeared in the
July 2019

Back and forth on beta-blockers

Florida. “In patients with recent MI, the major new questions are: Do all patients require treatment? ... For patients with coronary artery disease who have neither heart failure nor a history of MI, recent research suggests that beta-blockers don't
April 2017

Studies on bedside lung ultrasound, preoperative frailty screening, and more

Summaries from ACP Hospitalist Weekly. Lung ultrasound performed at the bedside may be useful for diagnosing pneumonia, according to a recent study. ... a recent observational study.
May 2017

Readmissions metrics, procalcitonin testing in CAP, and more

long-term clinical outcomes after acute myocardial infarction (MI), a recent study suggested. ... Procalcitonin values demonstrated accuracy in differentiating viral from bacterial community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) in a recent study, but not at
October 2017

The healing arts

Recent research has found that programs incorporating art therapy (which has traditionally been used mostly with pediatric and psychiatric patients) reduced pain and fatigue for adult cancer patients.
February 2012

qSOFA for mortality prediction, preoperative breathing exercises, and more

The results of this study, combined with a recent registry study, “provide complementary evidence that MRI scanning can be performed safely in patients with legacy devices, provided that an appropriate protocol
July 2018

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