Disparities in the effects of the pandemic were also highlighted by an analysis of hospitalizations for COVID-19 by race and ethnicity, published as a research letter by JAMA Internal Medicine
The research was presented at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions and was published in the Dec.
Trials have found some potential benefit from remdesivir, early treatment with methylprednisolone, and measurement of C-reactive protein. Early vaccine trial results and guidance on antibody testing were also recently released.
https://acphospitalist.acponline.org/archives/2019/12/recent-research.htm. Summaries from ACP Hospitalist Weekly. Patient- and sepsis-specific risk factors available at admission for sepsis could help identify which sepsis ... survivors are at the
https://acphospitalist.acponline.org/archives/2016/08/recent-research.htm. Statin use and pneumonia, helmet for ventilation in ARDS, and more. ... Faster treatment significantly improved functional outcomes among stroke patients receiving endovascular
Hospitals have increased medication safety in the past decade, but further improvement is still necessary, a recent study found. ... The analysis was funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) and published in the Jan.
Identifying the highest-quality, most cost-effective nursing home in the area probably isn't tops on your to-do list, but experts and recent research suggest that setting up systems
VTE) and appeared to be associated with significantly less bleeding, according to a recent industry-funded study. ... Sleep deprivation is also an important factor in post-hospitalization syndrome, which recent research suggests may increase readmissions,
https://acphospitalist.acponline.org/archives/2017/08/recent-research.htm. Summaries from ACP Hospitalist Weekly. A virtual glucose management service decreased the number of inpatients who developed hyperglycemia or hypoglycemia in ... The study's
But recent research has proven that such calculations may be vulnerable to racial bias. ... But I don't think our research should be interpreted as an indictment of algorithms in health care.