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Therapeutic hypothermia in comatose patients with non-shockable initial rhythms may lead to better outcomes

Comatose cardiac arrest patients with non-shockable initial rhythms who are treated with therapeutic hypothermia may have better survival and neurologic outcomes than those who do not receive hypothermic treatment, according ... Using 2000 to 2013 data
November 2015

Women less likely than men to survive cardiac arrest, receive therapeutic intervention, study finds

45.6%; adjusted OR, 1.11; P<0.001). Utilization of the 3 therapeutic interventions increased during the study period, and these changes were greater in men than women overall
June 2016

Bonus online case: Calcium-channel blocker overdose

With therapeutic doses of a CCB, L-type calcium channels are blocked in cardiac and vascular smooth muscles, leading to decreased chronotropic and inotropic effects, as well as decreased vascular tone.
September 2019

Therapeutic hypothermia doesn't improve outcomes for cardiac arrest patients

The results may appear to conflict with the initial research that motivated guidelines favoring therapeutic hypothermia, but there are a number of important differences, they noted.
November 2013

The Brief Case: Cases from Mount Sinai Medical Center

Therapeutic plasma exchange (TPE) was immediately started, and the next day her triglyceride level dropped below 500 mg/dL. ... Therapeutic plasma exchange (TPE) is currently believed to be a safe and effective means of rapidly lowering triglyceride
July 2014

Magnificent maggots

Dr. Baer trained Stanton Livingston, MD, who carried on the study of therapeutic maggots after his mentor's death in 1931. ... SK. Therapeutics of maggot active principle. Am J Surg.
November 2015

Critical care

A systematic review and network meta-analysis compared and ranked therapeutic strategies in adults with moderate to severe acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) to determine which were associated with reduced mortality. ... The goal was to compare
August 2019

Medical students must focus on patient-centered care

In the current context of rising clinical demands, long waiting lists and shorter appointment times, it's more important than ever to communicate effectively and foster a strong therapeutic relationship. ... Correct inaccurate perceptions and clearly
May 2010

Earlier diuretic treatment may be associated with lower in-hospital mortality

An accompanying editorial cautioned that longer door-to-furosemide times might have reflected greater diagnostic or therapeutic uncertainty in some cases, making it difficult to draw definitive conclusions. ... An explanation for the difference in
June 2017

Recent Research

Researchers concluded that there was no benefit of genotype-guided dosing of warfarin on time in the therapeutic INR range during the first month of treatment. ... The researchers noted that the study looked at time in the therapeutic range, rather than
June 2014

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