Macrolides were linked to small, but significant, chances of sudden cardiac death.
Growth of DPCPs fueled by physicians’ frustration; may exacerbate disparities in health care.
Officials with the DOH are recommending applying mosquito repellent containing 20 to 30% DEET, wearing long sleeved shirts and pants, using indoor insecticides, and reducing the amount of mosquitoes by clearing areas with standing water.
Researchers finds drug might be safe for patients who had previous reaction to the antibiotic.
Thirty essential items should be included in every report of a diagnostic accuracy study.
Preferences reported for different methods of non in-person communication; least comfort for fax.
Low self-rated health is associated with worse immune system competence.
Delegating rooming, discharge tasks to clinical support staff can save an hour/day.
Study explores link between ‘defensive medicine’ and malpractice claims.
Study raises concerns about using meds to treat conditions for which they weren’t approved.
Researchers say this is first known case of the parasite causing tumors in a human.
Researcher hopes to see routine respiratory syncytial virus immunization within a decade.
Protocols allowing for efficient delivery of red blood cells and fresh frozen plasma in combat may increase survival.
Fewer than half of patients with TFD-linked AKI had renal function recovery after drug withdrawal.
Medication contains a new form of tenofovir not previously approved by the FDA.
HIV does not worsen prognosis in patients undergoing a liver transplant with hepatocellular carcinoma.
While other effective treatments remain available, the resistance is a concern.
Stewardship model could guide use to improve clinical outcomes and create value at point of care.
Many adults take five or more medications, often for preventable ills.
New regulations modify Stage 2 of meaningful use program and finalize requirements for Stage 3.
Case report describes 69-year-old who developed EM after seven days of triple antibiotic therapy.
Research suggests many patients staying on antibiotics too long.
Children with hospital-diagnosed pertussis have a slightly higher risk of epilepsy than the general population.
Experts say deep philosophical differences, concern for other young patients may explain why.
A study has found that the rate of ESBL-E. coli infections increased from 5.28 to 10.5 per 100,000 patients between 2009 and 2014.
Spontaneous knee effusion can be a primary symptom of Lyme disease even without the presence of a “bull’s eye” rash.
Renewing all patient’s stable medications for 12 to 15 months can save time and money.
One-quarter of applicants did not didn’t receive a position.
The project aims to enable many researchers to work together to bring vaccines through human trials within five years.
Children are uniquely at risk to the direct impacts of climate changes and climate-related disaster.