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Emergency, Radiology Groups Suggest Best Practices for Incidental Findings

Better reporting, communication needed when troubling lesions appear on images.

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Researchers Dig Deeper Into Multimorbidity Surgical Risks

Knowing more about specific conditions that might raise risk could help clinicians better classify which older patients are good candidates for surgery.

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More Daily Steps Lowers Cardiovascular Disease Risk Among Older Adults

Researchers reported that for every additional 500 steps per day, the risk for heart disease, heart failure, and stroke declined by 14% among adults age 70 years and older.

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Legal Exposure for EDs if On-Call Consultant Refuses to See Patient

A national expert explains how emergency providers can legally protect themselves.

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Surgical Risk of Mitral Valve Repair, Updated

A contemporary update of the Society of Thoracic Surgeons risk calculator for operative mortality and morbidity in nonemergent primary mitral valve repair for regurgitation shows an operative mortality rate of 1.2%, with a conversion to replacement of 6%, in more than 53,000 patients.

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ICU Physician Wellness and Coping During the COVID-19 Pandemic

A binational, cross-sectional survey including 431 questionnaires assessing wellness and coping among physicians who worked in the intensive care unit during the COVID-19 pandemic found that physicians experienced moderate intrapandemic moral distress and burnout, yet also experienced moderate profe...

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Gratitude, Kindness, And Joy: A Light Out of The Pandemic

APIC calls for reclaiming meaning and joy in infection prevention.

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Family Caregivers Report Poor Care from For-Profit Hospices

For-profit hospices also are associated with fewer nursing visits and less-qualified staff, researchers reported.

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The Short, Unhappy Life of Ignaz Semmelweis

'Only God knows the number of patients who went prematurely to their graves because of me.'

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Stroke 2023: Evolving Progress in Care

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 medicine, Strok...

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Pediatric Trauma Care 2023: Practical Applications for High-Quality Care

The latest installment in an award-winning series, Pediatric Trauma 2023: Practical Applications for High-Quality Care facilitates excellence by covering the latest scientific information on caring for children who present with traumatic injuries. Perfect for pediatric trauma programs, this book pro...

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Emergency Medicine Reports' LLSA Exam Study Guide 2023, Volume 20 - Digital Edition

The book contains articles or a summary from the American Board of Emergency Medicine-selected reading list for the 2023 ABEM Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment Exam so that physicians who specialize in emergency medicine can prepare for the test. It comes with the chance to earn 25 hours of cont...

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