An analysis finds a “one size fits all” approach to prescribing opioids after surgery poses risks for addiction in certain patients.
The algorithm is currently implemented at hundreds of U.S. hospitals.
Study suggests that many women using emergency care for fibroids may be better served in alternative health care settings.
Older Adults with Cerebral Palsy Need More, Receive Less Physical Therapy for Painful Medical Conditions
The findings reveal a significant burden on a clinically underserved population.
Innovative experiment demonstrates the resilience of the healthy human brain despite deep general anesthesia.
A hotline launched during the pandemic offers hospitals far and wide access to clinical support when caring for the sickest of patients.