The Clinical Picture
A 96-year-old woman with hypertension, diabetes, and dementia was found unresponsive and was transferred to the hospital.
Do cardiac risk stratification indexes accurately estimate perioperative risk in noncardiac surgery patients?
Neither of the two most often used indexes is completely accurate, and neither is better than the other.
How it happens, how to prevent it, how to detect and correct it immediately, and how to manage cases discovered long after.
It is most common in patients with renal impairment, can be life-threatening, and requires a multidisciplinary approach.
The accuracy of the signs of pneumonia, pleural effusion, COPD, and congestive heart failure.
Yes. Most patients do not need to fast.
Topics: cardiac risk assessment, surgery after PCI, statins, sleep apnea, bridging anticoagulation, and frailty.
Information from a previsit questionnaire lays the foundation for effective and reimbursable counseling and interventions.