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Optimising prescription and titration of oxygen for adult inpatients using novel silicone wristbands: results of a pilot project at three centres
Oxygen is the most commonly used drug in the acute hospital setting. Oxygen can be lifesaving but there is increasing evidence that it can cause harm if it is not given correctly. Prescription of oxygen, according to target ...
His bundle pacing, learning curve, procedure characteristics, safety and feasibility: insights from a large international observational study
Background: His‐bundle pacing (HBP) provides physiological ventricular activation. Observational studies have demonstrated the techniques' feasibility; however, data have come from a limited number of centers. Objectives: ...
Procarbazine-Free Escalated Beacopdac in Frontline Therapy of Advanced Hodgkin Lymphoma Reduces Red Cell Transfusion Requirements and May Shorten Time to Menstrual Period Recovery Compared to Escalated Beacopp and Appears to be As Efficacious
Since interim results from the EuroNet-PHL-C1 study1were published in 2013 showing that the gonadotoxic drug procarbazine in COPP can be safely replaced with dacarbazine (COPDac) it is increasingly common practice to modify ...
Providing safe and effective pleural medicine services in the UK: an aspirational statement from UK pleural physicians.
Physicians face considerable challenges in ensuring safe and effective care for patients admitted to hospital with pleural disease. While subspecialty development has driven up standards of care, this has been tempered by ...