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Reports to the FDA of drug-related injury and death nearly tripled in the past eight years. ... The FDA also recently licensed 15 blood grouping reagents that previously were not available in the U.S.
November 2007

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Regionalized care teams and patient safety, guidelines for enteral nutrition in the critically ill. ... Nevertheless, the results on patient safety were less than desired.”. In the News is a product of ACP Hospitalist Weekly, an e-newsletter provided
May 2016

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Results were published in the April 7 Journal of the American Medical Association. ... In the News is a product of ACP HospitalistWeekly, an e-newsletter provided every Wednesday by ACP Hospitalist.
November 2010

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The study results were published in the Dec. 15, 2009 Clinical Infectious Diseases. ... In the News is a product of ACP HospitalistWeekly, an e-newsletter provided every Wednesday by ACP Hospitalist.
May 2010

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T-U wave distortion that becomes more exaggerated in the beat after a pause,. ... In the News is a product of ACP HospitalistWeekly, an e-newsletter provided every Wednesday by ACP Hospitalist.
August 2010

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In the entire cohort, the prevalence of PE was 17.3% (95% CI, 14.2% to 20.5%). ... In the News is a product of ACP Hospitalist Weekly, an e-newsletter provided every Wednesday by ACP Hospitalist.
January 2017

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Revascularization was considered appropriate if the expected improvements in survival, symptoms, functional status and/or quality of life outweighed the possible risks, according to a news release from the Society for ... In the News is a product of ACP
February 2009

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The paper, “Financing U.S. Graduate Medical Education,” was published in Annals of Internal Medicine on May 3. ... In the News is a product of ACP Hospitalist Weekly, an e-newsletter provided every Wednesday by ACP Hospitalist.
July 2016

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Hospitals meeting quality reporting goals, CMS says. Most of the acute care hospitals in the U.S. ... In the past two years, the rates have increased to reach 120.9 cases per 100,000 population.
January 2008

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In other news, health care ratings company HealthGrades found that Medicare patients treated at top-rated hospitals nationwide across the most common Medicare diagnoses and procedures are 27% less likely to ... In the News is a product of ACP
March 2009

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