Tag: "consulted" at medical news

Newer formulation of heparin improves outcomes for suspected heart attack patients

...ionated heparin. For their analysis, the Duke team consulted the CRUSADE databse. CRUSADE is coordinated by the DCRI, with Duke cardiologists Matthew Roe, M.D., and Eric Peterson, M.D., serving as principal investigators. "The low molecular weight heparin analysis from CRUSADE reaffirms the findings of previou...

Heart failure consumes significant health care resources

...will die within five years. For his analysis, Liao consulted the National Heart Lung Blood Institute's Cardiovascular Health Study, which gathered detailed clinical data on 4,489 elderly Americans living in four regions: Forsyth County, N.C., Sacramento County, Calif., Allegheny County, Penn., and Washington C...

Women treated more aggressively for hypertension, yet results similar to men

...and other factors." To answer that question, Newby consulted data gathered from two related international trials -- SYMPHONY and 2nd SYMPHONY (Sibrafabin vs. aspirin to yield maximum protection from ischemic heart events post-acute coronary syndromes). While these trials were designed to compare the effectiven...

Online support for people with depression

...ceiving treatment, and 35% of these people had not consulted a health professional in the previous year. The authors write: "Our findings suggest that unmet need exists online as it does in primary care. Significant numbers of people were seeking help online without presenting to formal health services and ha...

Study shows how well heartburn sufferers follow directions for over-the-counter Prilosec OTC

...uch as warfarin, diazepam or phenytoin; 13 of them consulted a physician during or soon after the study. After...ician. Of the 265 study participants who had never consulted a doctor about their heartburn prior to the study, 54 (20 percent) consulted a doctor for the first ...

State-required continuing medical education does not affect heart attack care

...e used." To conduct their study, the Duke team consulted the Cooperative Cardiovascular Project, a database of more than 130,000 patients admitted to U.S. hospitals with a heart attack from 1994 to 1996. They then compared the treatment options and outcomes for patients who were treated in states with CME ...

Hospitals following heart attack guidelines have better outcomes

...ts actually fare. For their study, the researchers consulted a database of 64,775 patients at more than 400 U.S...tatins after discharge. For his analysis, Peterson consulted the database of a national quality improvement initiative known as CRUSADE (Can Rapid Risk Stratific...

Aggressive heart therapies still underused, despite blood chemical status

...d angioplasty. For their analysis, the researchers consulted the nationwide quality improvement initiative named CRUSADE (Can Rapid Risk Stratification of Unstable Angina Patients Suppress Adverse Outcomes with Early Implementation of the ACC and American Heart Association Guidelines). The registry collects da...

Coronary stents do not improve long-term survival

...ically differ. For their analysis, the researchers consulted the Duke Database for Cardiovascular Disease, which keeps detailed clinical data on all heart patients receiving treatment at Duke. The researchers identified 1,288 matched pairs of patients who underwent either balloon angioplasty alone or stenting ...

Heart surgery patients receive less aggressive discharge care

...s." For their analysis, the researchers consulted the nationwide quality improvement initiative named CRUSADE (Can Rapid Risk Stratification of Unstable Angina Patients Suppress Adverse Outcomes with Early Implementation of the ACC and AHA Guidelines) The registry continually collects data from more...

Eye care for refugees, the displaced discussed at UH

...arking on numerous research projects. He also has consulted with various international relief agencies in assessing and evaluating current eye programs. According to the Avoidable Blindness Task Force put together by the Rotary International and One World Sight Project, while international relief agencies pr...

Morphine for chest pain increases death risk

...d by disease." For their analysis, the researchers consulted the nationwide quality improvement initiative named CRUSADE (Can Rapid Risk Stratification of Unstable Angina Patients Suppress Adverse Outcomes with Early Implementation of the American College of Cardiology and AHA Guidelines) The registry continua...

Telemedicine revolution is 'disappearing' from the NHS

...udy shows that patients and other users are rarely consulted in any meaningful way about development and implementation, and it is often assumed that the needs of NHS service providers and of patients are the same. Professor May said: "Instead of involvement, we found abundant studies - often very poorly desig...

Community-based care beats standard clinic in lowering heart

...n who specializes in urban African-American health consulted with the nurse practitioner and community health worker once a month. The traditional clinic setting was regular primary care by the person's usual physician, enhanced with the same materials provided at the community clinic and feedback about all ri...

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