It’s not the potassium, but the subsequent dosage reduction, that may boost mortality after hospitalization for acute heart failure.
In ED patients with syncope, what is the optimal duration of telemetry monitoring to detect underlying arrhythmia?
Acquiring accurate time-interval data is “the key to future high-quality research.”
What is the association between aspirin for primary prevention and cardiovascular events and bleeding?
Is the MEESSI-AHF score valid to use in EDs in Switzerland?
Can patients with left-sided endocarditis safely switch from intravenous to oral antibiotics?
How can we determine which patients would benefit from prolonged cardiac monitoring after a neurologic event?
Do the addition of P-wave indices (PWIs) measurements to the CHA2DS2-VASc score improve the ability to predict atrial...
Are dose-reduced non–vitamin K antagonist oral anticoagulants (NOACs) safer or more effective than warfarin is in patients with atrial...