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Researchers observed patients with higher cumulative estrogen exposure throughout their life may be at lower risk of developing cerebral small vessel disease.
Identifying patients at high risk and crafting timely, targeted interventions can improve outcomes.
The agency says this solution should be administered to patients during weeks 32 through 36 of pregnancy to protect babies against the dangerous virus, both before and shortly after birth.
A series of violent attacks on personnel has prompted hospitals in San Diego to create a task force to address this serious problem familiar to hospital leaders across the country. The task force works with local law enforcement to develop tactics to keep healthcare workers safe.
New compendium recommendations by the nation’s leading infection control groups on catheter-associated urinary tract infections (CAUTIs) emphasize that, in most cases, screening for asymptomatic bacteriuria does more harm than good.
Although time and resources are tight, attendings and residents must work together closely to prevent litigation.
SCOTUS Race Ruling: Nurses 'Appalled,' Docs Call It 'Bad Medicine'
Dissenting Justice Ketanji Jackson says ruling amounts to 'let-them-eat-cake.'
Study: Healthcare Workers At Greater Risk of Suicide
While the reasons are unknown, new research shows that RNs and healthcare support workers are at higher risk of suicide than other colleagues.
CAUTIs: What Not To Do
Urinary catheters left in place beyond their medical necessity become contaminated by handling and adjustments, seeding an infection in the patient.
STEMI Watch 2023: Excellence in Diagnosis and Care provides physicians and staff with a concise and practical update on ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI).
Soul Shock: The Mental Health Crisis in Healthcare Professionals explores moral injury, burnout, depression, and other mental health crises faced by healthcare professionals, including techniques to cope and improve mental health.
Stroke 2023: Evolving Progress in Care provides evidence-based, cutting edge, clinical information on treating stroke and other neurological problems in a concise, accurate, and clinically relevant format. Written and edited by leading experts in the fields of neurology and emergency med...