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Anticoagulation didn't benefit patients with afib secondary to ACS, pulmonary disease, or sepsis

There was a trend toward higher bleeding risk in ACS patients (OR, 1.42; 95% CI, 0.94 to 2.14) and no effect in sepsis patients (OR, 0.96; 95%
October 2017

In the news

Photo by Thinkstock. Researchers conducted a retrospective analysis of trends in hours worked among U.S. ... Department of Labor use the same data to calculate employment trends among many professions.) They reported results in the Feb.
September 2010

Hospital admissions and costs for potentially preventable conditions in adults, 2006

Hospital costs for potentially preventable hospitalizations were about one of every 10 dollars of total hospital expenditures in 2006.
October 2009

Adding ezetimibe to statin therapy after ACS may decrease hospitalizations, study finds

$7, 729; P=0.030). The cost-savings trend emerged by the second year of treatment, and the majority of the cost offsets of simvastatin–ezetimibe were associated with coronary revascularization (
May 2017

30-day readmissions after MI declined over past decade

Overall, the trend of declining readmissions is encouraging, according to the study authors, who expressed hope that their findings would “lead to better development of innovative, patient-centered intervention strategies that
November 2015

Acinetobacter baumannii infections increasingly resistant to antibiotics

The reduction in minocycline resistance was the “single encouraging trend” observed in the study.
September 2015

An unusual state of hospital finances

That number is how much we will save if we are able to hold the trend in Medicare hospital spending to a half a percentage point less than the national trend.
April 2014

Improvement seen in survival differences by race after in-hospital cardiac arrest

21.4% and 23.2% in 2014, respectively; P < 0.001 for trend for both).
August 2017

Rural telemedicine, staffing model

Nearly all studies of these interventions found a significant reduction in trend over time and/or immediate change.
May 2019

In the News

Researchers used data from U.S. Department of Defense beneficiaries to examine incidence and trends of community- and hospital-onset S. ... The authors noted that no pre-2005 data were available and that they were therefore unable to determine trends in S
October 2012

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