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Recent Research

The appropriate advice regarding the optimal time of smoking cessation for patients seen close to their scheduled surgery awaits further research.”. ... Neither providers nor an algorithm accurately predicted which patients had the highest risk of
October 2011

Recent Research

from the ED, even though most lacked an appropriate clinical indication, according to a recent study. ... Results appeared in a research letter published in the October JAMA Internal Medicine.
November 2015

Recent Research

Vaccination for influenza does not appear to increase risk for adverse outcomes in hospitalized surgical patients, according to a recent study. ... Among older patients who were discharged from the ED, certain factors were associated with death or ICU
May 2016

Recent Research

Azithromycin and levofloxacin were both associated with increased cardiac risk compared with amoxicillin, a recent study found. ... Incorrect antibiotic prescribing is common among inpatients in U.S. hospitals, according to a recent report from the CDC.
August 2014

Recent Research

Providing more details to primary care physicians (PCPs) about medication changes during hospitalization can help improve adherence after discharge, according to a recent study. ... More research needs to be done to determine precisely who is at risk and
April 2013

Recent Research

The frequently poor outcomes of nursing home residents who have a hip fracture were quantified by a recent study. ... Some other recent publications assessed the use, and probable overuse, of opioids in the U.S.
December 2014

Recent Research

Only a small proportion of ischemic stroke readmissions are preventable, a recent study found. ... placement. Recent research has shown that PICCs are not as safe as historically assumed, the study authors noted.
March 2014

Stewardship, stroke mimics

Summaries from ACP Hospitalist Weekly. Antimicrobial stewardship can be successfully implemented in community hospitals, a recent study found. ... Hospitals that treated more pulmonary embolisms (PEs) had lower rates of patient mortality from the
March 2020

Recent Research

Statin treatment was associated with less energy and more exertional fatigue, according to a recent analysis. ... Recent guidelines describe the appropriate uses of arterial ultrasound and physiological testing for patients with known or suspected
November 2012

Recent Research

Lowering blood pressure in the first few days after an acute stroke does not appear to improve functional outcome, according to a recent study. ... For prospective validation, trained research assistants at 4 general medicine units administered 3D-CAM
February 2015

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