A study of nine hospitals finds response plans to in-house cardiac arrests vary widely between facilities. See what sets top centers apart.
In a new publication, home-delivered, low-sodium meals after hospital discharge helped some heart failure patients avoid hospital readmission.
Patients in their late teens and 20s had the highest risk of persistent use if they received opioids around the time of their extraction, a new study finds.
Patients are three times likelier to contract the dangerous infection when a hospital is at midlevel occupancy, a new way of tracking the data finds.
Therapeutic intervention may reduce maternal stress and improve coping and family relationships after parents learn their baby has a congenital heart disease.
Infections are only one problem related to urinary catheterization.