Factors associated with poor clinical outcomes of STEMI after door-to-balloon time target achieved

1. Low BMI, Killip class 3/4, history of previous MI, use of mechanical support, and flow worsening were shown to be significantly associated with...

Risk of overcorrection in rapid intermittent bolus vs slow continuous infusion therapies for symptomatic...

1. There is no difference in overcorrection rate when using slow continuous infusion or rapid intermittent bolus administration of hypertonic saline to correct hyponatremia. 2....

Pre-hospital administration of TXA for patients at risk of hemorrhage not associated with improved...

1. In trauma patients at risk for hemorrhage, pre-hospital administration of tranexamic acid did not significantly improve 30-day mortality compared to a placebo. 2. 30-day...

Increased proportion of out of hospital cardiac arrests at start at COVID-19

1. The proportion of out of hospital cardiac arrests (OHCAs) within all acute myocardial infarction (AMI) hospital admissions was higher at the start of...

Association between prehospital time and outcomes of trauma patients

1. Longer pre-hospital times for trauma patients were not associated with 30-day mortality. 2. A 10-minute delay in pre-hospital time for trauma patients was...

Halloween and Easter associated with increased rates of anaphylaxis in Canadian pediatric patients

1. Halloween and Easter were holidays identified as having elevated risk for unknown nut and peanut triggered anaphylaxis in Canadian pediatric patients. 2. Christmas, Diwali,...

Delaying antibiotic treatment for UTI not associated with increased risk of bloodstream infection

1. Delaying antibiotic treatment for UTI in older adults did not increase risk of bloodstream infection compared to immediate antibiotic treatment. 2. Delayed treatment may...

No significant differences in outcomes between pre- and post-treatment administration of P2Y12 inhibitors for...

1. There does not appear to be any difference in outcome between pre- and post-treatment administration of P2Y12 inhibitors among patients experiencing a non-ST...

Angiotensin II infusion for refractory shock associated with improved hemodynamic stability and decreased vasopressor...

1. The administration of angiotensin II among patients with refractory shock was associated with improved hemodynamic stability and decreased total vasopressor requirement at three...

Low molecular weight heparin associated with better outcomes than unfractionated heparin in pediatric trauma...

1. Among trauma patients aged 10 to 17, the use of low molecular weight heparin as compared with unfractionated heparin was associated with fewer...
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