More patients received VTE prophylaxis after implementation of guideline-based protocols.
Frequent, efficient meetings help catch practice management problems at an early stage.
Only one-third of adolescents get at least 8 hours of sleep on weeknights.
Two cases of reported acute CNS complications in young teens after dive to about 25m.
Those who drank one to two cups of coffee per day had lower risk than those who drank no coffee or more than two cups per day.
The benefits of high-frequency stimulation were sustained over 12 months.
The results are in contrast to current “low and slow” treatment strategies for insomnia.
Contrary to prior research, a new study reports no increased risk of seizures in neonates born to mothers exposed to CCBs in late pregnancy.
An experiment rat model showed that glymphatic transport was most efficient in the lateral vs. supine or prone positions.
Low scores on memory were not associated with increased risk of heart attack or stroke.
Those receiving triple therapy had a higher risk of major bleeding.
Patients experienced improvements in irritability, depression, and quality of life.
The USPSTF concluded that there is an insufficient amount of evidence to assess the benefits and harms of screening for autism in asymptomatic children.
Adherence rates improved between 15.3 and 17.8% with use of text messages.
3D printing technology is used to create a porous drug that disintegrates rapidly with just a sip of liquid.
Promising cognitive-enhancing agents are being investigated.
This is the first study to show positive effects from spinal stimulation via electrodes placed on the skin.
The Bypass Budget proposes $323,355 in additional resources above the current baseline appropriations for fiscal year 2017.
In the HF10 therapy group, 85% of back pain and 83% of leg pain patients experienced a 50% reduction in pain or greater.
Hippocampal-specific insulin resistance in a rat model was shown to downregulate insulin receptor expression.
Physician time accounts for 90% of MOC costs.
The cost estimates cover health services, residential care, in-home care, special education, transportation, employment support, and lost productivity.
62% of people with dementia failed the road test.
Through the ACA, nearly 16 million adults have gained health insurance.
Fluctuation in blood pressure may indicate a higher risk of stroke, heart disease, and death.