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Breaking the fall: Preventing fractures after discharge | ACP Hospitalist

Hospitalization is a risk factor for falls, but also an opportunity for prevention. Recent research suggests that hospitalization is a risk factor for post-discharge fracture in elderly patients, prompting some hospitalists to consider what measures
January 2009

Studies on left main CAD, CT for coronary angiography, and more | ACP Hospitalist

These summaries come from ACP Hospitalist Weekly, an e-newsletter provided every Wednesday by ACP Hospitalist.
April 2017

Family participation in ICU rounds may yield benefit, study finds | ACP Hospitalist Weekly | ACP Hospitalist

ICU rounds with family present were longer, but analyses suggested positive effects on relationship building, information gathering, patient and family education, team dynamics, and shared clinical decision making.
May 2018

Recent Research | ACP Hospitalist

Nonprofit versus for-profit hospitals, corticosteroids in septic shock, pretreatment with P2Y12 inhibitors, and more.
February 2015

Balanced crystalloids vs. saline, antibiotic stewardship, and more | ACP Hospitalist

Summaries from ACP Hospitalist Weekly.
August 2018

Change in the air for oxygen delivery | ACP Hospitalist

High-flow oxygen gaining ground in adult ICUs.
October 2015

Recent Research | ACP Hospitalist

Neurological deficit and outcomes in mild stroke, cangrelor as potential bridging therapy in CABG, and more.
June 2012

No association seen between red blood cell transfusion, mortality in sepsis | ACP Hospitalist Weekly | ACP Hospitalist

Receiving a transfusion was associated with higher risk of ICU-acquired infection and severe hypoxemia among the study cohort of French ICU patients with sepsis.
September 2017

Adding immune-modulating agents to enteral nutrition potentially harmful, study finds | ACP Hospitalist Weekly | ACP Hospitalist

Ventilated patients who received enteral nutrition enriched with immune-modulating agents had no fewer infections, and possibly higher mortality, than patients on standard nutrition, a recent study found.
August 2014

Natriuretic peptide-guided therapy didn't reduce heart failure hospitalizations or mortality | ACP Hospitalist Weekly | ACP Hospitalist

Patients were randomized to usual care according to guidelines or heart failure therapy titrated to the goal of a target amino-terminal pro-B-type natriuretic peptide (NT-proBNP) level below 1,000 pg/mL.
August 2017

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