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Opioids for nonmalignant pain have different adverse event profiles

Adverse events among older adults using opioids for nonmalignant pain vary significantly by agent, contrary to the commonly held belief that all opioids are associated with a similar risk, a study found.
22 Dec 2010

New injectable antibiotic approved, infusers recalled

Details on the approval of ceftaroline fosamil, and more.
15 Jan 2011

The fantasy hospitalist league

What if there were a fantasy league for hospitalists?
15 Jan 2011

Journal watch: Recent studies of note

Oral low-dose steroids for COPD exacerbations, and more.
15 Jan 2011

Keystone ICU project associated with lower hospital mortality in Michigan vs. region

The Michigan Keystone ICU project, a statewide quality improvement initiative, was associated with lower hospital mortality compared to surrounding Midwestern states, a study found.
9 Feb 2011

Hospital medicine in South America

A hospitalist-in-training reports from PASHA, the first congress of the Pan-American Society of Hospitalists, held in November in Brazil.
15 Feb 2011

Journal watch: Recent studies of note

Hospitalists' cost-effectiveness, vasopressin antagonists and hyponatremia, and more.
15 Feb 2011

Wireless pulmonary monitoring associated with less hospitalization

A wireless implantable hemodynamic monitoring system was associated with a significant reduction in hospitalizations for heart failure patients, researchers found.
16 Feb 2011

Acid suppression benefits don't outweigh harms

Acid-suppressive medication does reduce patients' risk of nosocomial gastrointestinal tract bleeding, but the incidence is so low in non-critically ill hospitalized patients that prophylactic treatment should not be used routinely in patients outside of the intensive care unit, a new study concluded.
2 Mar 2011

Acute heart failure outcomes don't differ by furosemide dose level, interval of administration

Outcomes for patients with acute decompensated heart failure don't differ when furosemide is delivered via continuous infusion versus bolus, or at a high dose versus a low dose, a new study found.
9 Mar 2011

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