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To be fair, this is not without reason. It's impossible to provide high-quality care without a solid body of clinical knowledge and understanding of pathophysiology. ... It also reflects 2 realities that are apparent to most digitally native trainees:
They concluded that the biomarker-guided therapy was not more effective than usual care. ... Perhaps the most likely explanation for the outcomes observed in the GUIDE-IT trial is that when clinical care follows guidelines and addresses the key issues,
Sheehy. Outpatient observation status is a billing distinction that's not necessarily linked to clinical care, but physicians are still burdened by it, she said. ... time on documentation that has little to do with patient care,” she said.
Negative, positive vs. even fluid balance may increase long-term mortality risk among critically ill, study finds
Results were published online on April 21 by Critical Care Medicine. ... The authors stated that their findings have implications for clinical care, such as the current use of negative fluid balance as a justification for liberating patients early from
Dr. Slataper's hospital found success with a “team nurse” system in which each physician works with a clinical care coordinator who assists patients in arranging post-discharge care. ... Our patients' care is enhanced when a discharge plan actually
furoate-vilanterol group versus 1.64 per year in the usual care group) (P=0.02). ... However, they also stated that the trial was conducted in a largely unsupervised manner over a year and as such reflects factors involved in usual clinical care, such as
only. The performance measures, classified under the domain of effective clinical care, were as follows:. ... Monthly international normalized ratio for warfarin treatment (outpatient). The quality measures were classified under the domains of effective
Acute pancreatitis is largely a clinical diagnosis, since other conditions have similar symptoms, said Patrick A. ... The harmless acute pancreatitis score: a clinical algorithm for rapid initial stratification of nonsevere disease.
Comparing clinical decision rules for PE, U.K. guidelines on preventing delirium, and more. ... This finding is significant because the simplified rules enable easier computation of scores during daily clinical care, the study authors noted.
Results were published online on April 21 by Critical Care Medicine and appear in the August issue. ... The authors stated that their findings have implications for clinical care, such as the current use of negative fluid balance as a justification for