Researchers created a program to promote resilience in seriously ill children and their families and adapted it for hospital staff during the pandemic.
The tradeoff for the 26 fewer venous thromboembolisms (VTEs) among 10,000 recently hospitalized patients would be eight additional major bleeds, according to the new analysis of a placebo-controlled randomized trial.
The American College of Cardiology (ACC) assessed the available clinical decision pathways for chest pain and advised on the use of high-sensitivity cardiac troponin to avoid unnecessary testing in patients at low risk for acute coronary syndrome.
Opioids provided statistically but not clinically greater pain relief compared with placebo and paracetamol and were no more effective than some nonopioid options, particularly NSAIDs, according to a meta-analysis.
A cross-sectional study found no relationship between whether a physician was the CEO of a hospital and the facility's HCAHPS scores or Leapfrog hospital safety grades, although patients were more willing to recommend a hospital if a physician was in charge.