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Restrictive transfusion strategy as safe as liberal strategy after cardiac surgery

These data suggest a restrictive transfusion strategy is as safe as a liberal one, though there was a nonsignificant trend toward higher incidence of cardiogenic shock in patients treated with the
October 2010

Corticosteroids beneficial in patients with COPD exacerbations on ventilatory support

4 days; P=0.04) and a trend toward a shorter length of stay in the ICU (6 days vs.
December 2011

Hospitalists can help alleviate intensivist shortage, study suggests

17.8 days, P<0.001) and ICU LOS (7.2 vs. 10.6, P=0.02) in the intensivist-led group, as well as a trend toward lower in-hospital
November 2011

Nonrespiratory causes of death becoming more common in oxygen-dependent COPD

The goal of the study was to determine whether there have been any time trends in overall and cause-specific mortality, especially as more older people and more women with severe
January 2011

Discharges to post-acute care facilities rose nearly 50% in 15 years

Discharge destination and length-of-stay trends were evaluated using 1996 rates as a baseline and were age-adjusted to reflect the U.S.
December 2014

Steady increase in number of obese adults drove sharp rise in overweight population since 1980

The upward trend in overweight since 1980 reflects primarily an increase in the percentage of adults 20–74 years of age who are obese.
December 2008

Gait speed preoperatively predicts cardiac surgery outcomes

Slow gait speed showed a trend, but not a significant association toward longer length of stay (adjusted OR, 2.32; 95% CI, 0.95 to 5.67).
November 2010

In the News

However, it is difficult to attribute all of the economic decrease to the recession since the downward trend started well before late 2007. ... Researchers from the CDC used data reported to the agency as part of the National Nosocomial Infections
May 2009

Inpatient deaths cost nearly $20 billion; septicemia leading cause

One of every three people who died in the U.S. in 2007 was in the hospital for treatment at the time of death.
January 2010

Conditions with the most rapidly increasing hospital inpatient costs, 2001-2007

From 2001 to 2007, inflation-adjusted hospital costs rose by 24.6% to $343 billion.
September 2010

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