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Coaching Enhances Surgical Skills

Individualized comprehensive surgical coaching appears to enhance surgical training and result in superior skill acquisition when compared with conventional training, according to published research. Surgical trainees who...

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Predicting Postoperative Readmission

University of Wisconsin researchers suggest that bleeding disorders, long operative times, in-hospital complications, functional status, and the need for a higher level of care at discharge appear to predict 30-day readmission...

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Stroke & Cognitive Decline

Study investigators suggest that incident stroke appears to be associated with an acute decline in cognitive function. Incident stroke also appears to accelerate cognitive decline over 6 years. The study, which involved patients...

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Extended Oral Anticoagulation After PE

When managing patients with a first episode of unprovoked pulmonary embolism (PE), a study has found that adding 18 months of warfarin after patients have already received 6 months of anticoagulation treatment appears to improve...

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Making the Case for Individualized Care Plans

Individualized care plans developed by a multidisciplinary team and integrated into an electronic health record at the time of hospitalization appear to reduce healthcare use and costs among high users of healthcare services,...

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Improving Pediatric Obesity Care

An intervention involving computerized clinical decision support for obesity management for clinicians and self-guided behavior change for families appears to improve BMI among children aged 6 to 12 with a BMI at the 95th...

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