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Physicians With Disabilities May Experience Depersonalization

However, they are not more likely to experience emotional exhaustion

First Pig Kidney Recipient Dies Almost Two Months After Transplant

By Robin Foster HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, May 13, 2024 (HealthDay News) -- Rick Slayman, the first person to receive a kidney transplant from a genetically...

Sleeve Gastrectomy Beneficial for Obese Kidney Transplant Candidates

SG was followed by active listing in 37 of 54 patients; 20 patients received KT during 20.9 months after SG

Cyberattack Cripples Major U.S. Health Care Network

By Ernie Mundell HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, May 10, 2024 (HealthDay News) -- Ascension, a major U.S. health care system with 140 hospitals in 19 states,...

Targeted Diagnostic Botox Injections Can Identify Trigger Sites for Migraine

Use of Botox as diagnostic model for migraine headache has positive predictive value of 89.5 percent

Racial, Ethnic Differences Seen in Breast Cancer Treatment Declination

American Indian, Alaska Native, other; Asian or Pacific Islander; Black patients more likely to decline surgery

Bariatric Surgery Tied to Higher Short-Term Risk for Venous Thromboembolism

However, at one and five years after surgery, risk for venous thromboembolism and pulmonary embolism was lower

Procedure Risk Tied to Outcomes in Older Emergency General Surgery Patients

Procedure risk more predictive than assessments of frailty

Cannabis Use Disorder Increasingly Seen in Teens Scheduled for Surgery

Adolescents with CUD have increased odds of respiratory complications, ICU admission, mechanical ventilation

Seven Percent of Outpatients Experience One or More Adverse Event

Overall, 23.2 percent of adverse events are preventable; 17.2 percent are serious