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Video Visits Aim to Improve Patient Satisfaction

A hospital system in Ohio is trying to alleviate some of the most common patient complaints by helping them avoid a trip to the hospital or physician’s office. Instead, patients can interact with a ...

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Enhancing Fall Prevention Through Video Surveillance

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Rhubarb Enema Attenuates Renal Tubulointerstitial Fibrosis in 5/6 Nephrectomized Rats by Alleviating Indoxyl Sulfate Overload.

To investigate the effects of rhubarb enema treatment using a 5/6 nephrectomized rat model and study its mechanisms.

Effects of a Glutamine Enema on Anastomotic Healing in an Animal Colon Anastomosis Model.

Anastomotic leakage in colorectal surgery is a very important issue. Although many studies have shown the positive effects of enteral glutamine (Gln) on anastomotic healing, none has assessed the effe...

A full competing risk analysis of hospital-acquired infections could easily be performed by a case-cohort approach.

We provide a case-cohort approach and show that a full competing risk analysis is feasible even in a reduced data set. Competing events for hospital-acquired infections are death or discharge from the...

Risk of In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Among Medicare Beneficiaries Undergoing Video Electroencephalographic Monitoring.

Sudden cardiac death is the dominant reason of sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP). Anecdotal reports have documented cardiac arrest during video electroencephalographic (EEG) monitoring. We p...

Assessment by Using a Water-Soluble Contrast Enema Study of Radiologic Leakage in Lower Rectal Cancer Patients With Sphincter-Saving Surgery.

This study evaluated the efficacy of a water-soluble contrast enema (WCE) in predicting anastomotic healing after a low anterior resection (LAR).

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