Health & Medicine Journal & Academic : Health & Medical
This study shows how a bidirectional link between the EMR of an academic children's hospital and a interoperable personal health record can empower patients, their families, and providers.
Is there a relationship between vitamin A deficiency and malaria in African children?
Suvorexant is the first orexin receptor antagonist approved for the treatment of insomnia. What do you need to know before prescribing?
Does regular use of marijuana negatively impact male reproductive health?
This study surveyed recently discharged hospital patients regarding their experiences with adverse events. How did these events influence their perception of quality of care?
Although laboratories have focused on turnaround time (TAT) means for performance assessment, results of this study suggest that TAT outlier percentages are more clinically relevant benchmarks.
Universal HIV screening may be recommended, but it is difficult to implement. Could a targeted screening approach be just as effective?
Results of early studies suggested that education slowed cognitive decline, but subsequent reports challenged this finding. Could methodological flaws explain these inconsistent results?
This case report highlights a potentially life-threatening hypersensitivity reaction -- the DRESS syndrome -- associated with a variety of medications, especially anti-epileptics.
A comprehensive review of OCD, one of the most common psychiatric disorders as well as one of the most disabling of all medical disorders.
How much can preventive tools cut VAP rates in ICU?
Does the latest generation of contraceptive pills carry a higher risk of venous thromboembolism then previous formulations?
This comprehensive review finds a wide volume and breadth of work focused on the development of frameworks for performance and quality improvement purposes.
What are physicians prescribing with regard to antithrombotic therapy for long-term care residents, and what may influence their choice?