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News from our crystal ball and HM19

H ealth system mergers and hospital closures are often in the news lately, but what do these market trends mean for hospitalists?
May 2019

Low-dose opioids may safely reduce breathlessness in severe COPD

A dose-response trend toward increased mortality was seen for benzodiazepines (hazard ratio, 1.21 [95% CI, 1.05 to 1.39]) and for higher doses of opioids (hazard ratio,
February 2014

Reduced kidney function, albuminuria strongly associated with Afib

2. had multivariable hazard ratios for AF of 1.3, 1.6 and 3.2 (P for trend < 0.0001), respectively.
June 2011

With summer over, time to assess outbreak practices

While infection control [specialists] as well as epidemiologists are surveying the trends, hospitalists will be seeing these patients and will be able to recognize how sick these patients are and provide ... a trend that's emerging right in front of [us],
September 2014

CABG rates decline, PCI rates remain steady between 2001 and 2008

The authors sought to find how trends in coronary revascularization had changed in a time period when there were many advances in technology, techniques, guidelines and evidence. ... The decrease in CABG surgery occurred as a roughly linear trend
May 2011

High-dose spironolactone didn't affect acute heart failure outcomes

proBNP was numerically greater on high-dose therapy, with a trend toward significance.
July 2017

RE-LY follow-up study yields results similar to original study for two dabigatran doses

Results were published online June 14 by Circulation. In the RE-LY study, the higher dose of dabigatran reduced ischemic stroke compared to the lower dose but showed a trend toward
June 2013

Readmission causes, timing and reductions analyzed

The overall mean rate of hospitalizations followed a similar trend, with the result that readmissions didn't decrease as a percentage of all hospitalizations.
January 2013

Critically ill patients may benefit from probiotics, but evidence is weak

Probiotics were associated with a non-significant trend toward reduced ICU mortality (RR, 0.80; P=0.16) but had no effect on hospital mortality or length of stay in the
September 2012

Hospitalists' awareness of inpatient charges for services and tests

Hospitalists are not very aware of the charges for various services they provide, or tests they order, according to recent data.
October 2010

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