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(Southern Medical Journal[TA])
22,616 results
  • Risk Factors for Failure in Complicated Intraabdominal Infections. [Journal Article]
  • SMSouth Med J 2018; 111(2):125-132
  • White BP, Wagner JL, … Stover KR
  • CONCLUSIONS: In a low comorbid cIAI population with and without surgical intervention, serum creatinine was an independent risk factor for clinical failure. In the matched case-control of patients, time to source-control procedure was an independent predictor of clinical failure.
  • Development and Implementation of an Inpatient Otolaryngology Consultation Service at an Academic Medical Center. [Journal Article]
  • SMSouth Med J 2018; 111(2):118-122
  • Huddle MG, London NR, Stewart CM
  • CONCLUSIONS: A formal inpatient consultation service was designed with supervisory oversight by non-Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education fellows and then expanded to include intermittent hospitalist management, followed by the addition of a dedicated physician assistant. These additions have led to the formation of a sustainable consultation service that supports the mission of high-quality care and service to consulting teams.
  • Vision Screening in Adults Across the Life Span. [Journal Article]
  • SMSouth Med J 2018; 111(2):109-112
  • Cohen HS, Stitz J, … Williams SP
  • CONCLUSIONS: Vision screening is quick, inexpensive, and easily performed by ancillary staff, and it may provide the physician with useful additional information for treatment planning.
  • Hospital Readmission Rates Following AMI: Potential Interventions to Improve Efficiency. [Journal Article]
  • SMSouth Med J 2018; 111(2):93-97
  • Nguyen JT, Vakil K, … McFalls EO
  • CONCLUSIONS: Readmissions for patients with AMI were stable during a 4-year period, at a time that efforts to reduce LOS were emphasized. Because a significant proportion of readmissions involved noncardiac sources of chest pain, improved communication between the emergency department and in-patient cardiology services at the time of triage may be a feasible way to improve efficiency of utilization.
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