Significant improvements to the management of metabolic syndrome after liver transplantation must be made to reduce the risk for CV events and mortality.
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Researchers propose a set of detailed criteria to aid practitioners in determining the appropriateness of CICU admissions stratified by goals of care, quality of care required, and risk for clinical deterioration.
Swiss researchers analyzed variables assessing specific characteristics that led to an increased risk for potentially avoidable hospital readmission.
Inhaled epoprostenol delivered via high-flow nasal cannula increased oxygenation among patients with severe hypoxemia with pulmonary hypertension or right heart dysfunction.
The overall prevalence of Kounis syndrome in the United States is 1.1% among patients hospitalized for allergic/hypersensitivity/anaphylactic reactions, with a 7.0% rate of all-cause inpatient mortality.
Glucose-lowering medications and high-intensity statins are not being used sufficiently among high-risk individuals with atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
A recent meta-analysis found there is insufficient evidence supporting the link between some forms of subclinical atrial fibrillation and an increased risk of thrombotic events.
Patients with heart failure, severe pulmonary hypertension, and a preserved ejection fraction of ≥50% had a worse prognosis when compared with other patients with heart failure and severe pulmonary hypertension.
An increased risk for stroke and SE was found among patients with newly diagnosed AF while receiving critical care compared with those without AF,
Investigators examined quality of outpatient care with internal medicine resident physicians vs attending physicians in US Department of Veterans Affairs primary care clinics.
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