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Postoperative stroke risk peaks at 40 hours after CABG

They also noted that the background risk decreased over time, and contributed the most to a downward trend of stroke after CABG that was seen in the last 20 years of
February 2011

Hospitalizations for atrial fibrillation on the rise

As the population continues to age, this trend will pose a major economic burden for the health care system and so should be addressed with efforts to prevent AF hospitalization and
June 2014

Recent Research

The study was limited by its nonrandomized design, which could lead to confounding by secular trends in CA-UTI. ... in trend, 0.07% per quarter; 95% CI, 0.068% to 0.072%).
October 2016

Under the same umbrella

Another major merger between physician staffing giants TeamHealth and IPC Healthcare became final last November.“ I would say it is a trend, but I would also say that my suspicion ... In contrast, Dr. Cervi-Skinner is skeptical of the continuation of
November 2016

Hospitalist pre-op clinic improved outcomes

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

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

Investigators respond to questions about ROCKET AF

They also found a trend toward a higher relative risk of major bleeding in recall patients taking rivaroxaban than in those taking warfarin, a trend not seen in the nonrecall subgroup.
February 2016

Uptick in sepsis cases may be caused in part by changes in coding, reimbursement

The coding guidance was associated with significant increases in both immediate-level and trend changes in sepsis rates: If baseline trends had continued, the severe sepsis rate in September 2007 would
January 2016

Tablet computers in the hospital

Patel. But purchasing trends indicate that the Chicago program may only be on the leading edge of a significant shift. ... At Beth Israel, the doctors started purchasing the iPads themselves, a trend that has only accelerated with the release of the iPad
August 2011

‘Warm handoffs,’ rapid response calls

outcomes.“ These findings demonstrate that RRTs are subject to the same diurnal trends in patient contact as the usual hospital care they are meant to supplement, which highlights an important deficiency
November 2017

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