ANAHEIM, CALIF. – Perioperative aspirin is more likely to help than harm PCI patients undergoing noncardiac surgery.
Antiplatelet therapy can be continued through surgery without increased risk of reintervention for bleeding
Does continuing antiplatelet therapy through noncardiac surgery increase the risk of postoperative blood transfusion or surgical reintervention...
SAN DIEGO – A panel at the American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress weighed in on the value of a variety or measures available to control...
NEW ORLEANS – It is possible to give opioid addiction patients opioids for post-op surgical pain without increasing the risk of relapse.
For an endotracheal intubation, the sniffing position may be a better choice than the ramped position, a new study suggests.
Clinical question: Can a modified Hospital Elder Life Program (mHELP) reduce delirium and hospital LOS in older patients...
The U.S. News Best Hospitals Honor Roll for 2017-2018 includes the usual suspects, with the University of Michigan making a big move up the list...
Does initial treatment in an inpatient rehabilitation facility offer greater improvements in mobility when added to a monitored home-based program...
Hospitalists packed the room on Monday for a pre-course brimming with information on how to better care for patients undergoing surgery
Clinical question: Is fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) an efficacious and safe treatment approach for patients with recurrent ...