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Medscape ICU

Although it's observational, "I would say this is the most reliable study on statins in COVID-19 to date, with the results adjusted for many confou...

Medscape ICU

Quality of care across and within neonatal intensive-care units in the US varies by race and ethnicity, according to a new study that points to sys...

Medscape ICU

'For clinicians, this is now the absolute reassurance that we do not have to stop an SGLT2 inhibitor' in patients with advanced kidney disease, sai...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

The major problem in Britain and elsewhere was complacency. The early success in suppressing smallpox, and indeed eliminating it in some places, le...

The Conversation (AU) - Health

NSW's successful test and trace strategy controlled the Crossroads Hotel outbreak a year ago without needing a stringent lockdown. But this has not...

Medscape ICU

The ESC Biomarker Study Group of the Association for Acute Cardiovascular Care explains why CKMB should be eliminated as a biomarker for evaluating...

Medscape ICU

This review compared the effectiveness and safety of DAPT therapy with P2Y12 inhibitors and aspirin versus aspirin monotherapy in patients with mil...

Medscape ICU

A new review highlights the need for standardized diagnostic criteria for ventilator-associated pneumonia in critically ill patients.

Medscape ICU

Is extracorporeal membrane oxygenation an effective strategy for critically ill COVID-19 patients? In which patients should it be considered?

Medscape ICU

As COVID-19 hospitalizations rise in areas with low vaccination rates, patients are asking for a vaccine, but it's often "too late," one doctor said.

Medscape ICU

Black patients experienced more adverse events than White patients on 6 of 11 safety measures at the same hospital.

The Conversation (AU) - Health

Investigations have led to the withdrawal of a study backing ivermectin to treat COVID-19. But that's not the last time we'll hear about this contr...