Findings from a new Cleveland Clinic-led study show that intensifying hypertensive treatment in an inpatient setting may do more harm than good.
It’s not just a patient’s current smoking status that affects their risk of adverse outcomes from COVID-19 infection. It’s lifetime exposure to smoking, according to a study recently published in JAMA Internal Medicine.
A new study in JAMA shows it’s possible to ease cardiac telemetry alarm fatigue while actually reducing cardiopulmonary arrest events. The secret lies in a dedicated off-site central monitoring unit.
A major analysis of 15-year outcomes in 1,200 patients who underwent degenerative mitral valve repair underscores why a standard of surgical excellence is essential to avoiding recurrent regurgitation.