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Shorter hospital stay after hip fracture associated with increased mortality risk, study finds

The authors of an accompanying editorial discussed the trend in modern health care toward shorter lengths of stay and said that “it is far from clear that reductions in length of
March 2015

Intensive insulin after PCI didn't reduce infarct size

was a trend favoring intensive glucose management, and other studies show promise with insulin treatment of hyperglycemia in patients with myocardial infarction.
September 2013

Acute kidney injury requiring dialysis has increased in the U.S.

In hospitalized patients, approximately one-third of the increase over time was related to temporal changes in the population distribution of race, age and sex and to trends in sepsis, acute
December 2012

Hospitalist pre-op clinic improved outcomes

There was also a trend toward fewer same-day, medically avoidable surgery cancellations (8.5% vs.
September 2012

IVC filters lower PE death risk vs anticoagulants, but raise recurrent VTE risk

0.6%, P < 0.001). There was a nonsignificant trend toward lower risk of all-cause death for patients with filters compared to those without (6.6% vs.
March 2014

Vancomycin plus piperacillin-tazobactam associated with higher AKI risk

There was a trend toward shorter time to AKI with vancomycin plus piperacillin-tazobactam compared to the other regimens, but the difference was not significant.
November 2017

In the News

7.8%; RR, 0.63; 95% CI, 0.33 to 1.21; 5 trials). Overall rates of proximal DVT didn't differ significantly between groups, but there was a nonsignificant trend ... Overall, they wrote: “Following hip fracture repair, the lower risk of bleeding with
November 2014

Beta-blocker usage may reduce lactate levels in severe sepsis, study finds

Study authors warned that beta-blocker usage may confound lactate measurement in severe sepsis, although they also noted a trend toward decreased mortality from sepsis among patients taking beta-blockers. ... This study did find a trend toward decreased
November 2015

Triple antithrombotics carry high bleeding risk for afib patients after MI, PCI

In long-term follow-up (mean 288 days), the overall trend was that bleeding rates increased while thromboembolic rates decreased with intensity of antithrombotic treatment regimen.
August 2012

A patient-centered home on the range

It balances overuse issues seen with fee-for-service alone, underuse issues with capitation alone, and adds incentives for the hard work needed to improve quality and reduce cost trends—which ... If the primary care physician was responsible for
December 2012

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