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SUN-PO233: Validation of a Malnutrition Screening Tools for Hospitalized Children

47 minutes ago   |   Clinical Nutrition


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'Alarming' First Vaping Death Reported in US

57 minutes ago   |   Medscape   |   2 articles

An Illinois resident who had recently vaped and was hospitalized with severe respiratory illness has died. News Alerts
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A Novel Weaning Protocol for High-Flow Nasal Cannula in the PICU

A Novel Weaning Protocol for High-Flow Nasal Cannula in the PICU

1 hour ago   |   Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

Objective: High-flow nasal cannula use in the PICU continues to increase; however, a protocol for weaning patients has yet to be published. This study aimed to create an...
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Vaping May Have Caused an Illinois Patient to Die From a Respiratory Illness

1 hour ago   |   Time   |   2 articles

An Illinois resident who was hospitalized with a respiratory illness linked to vaping has died, according to the state's public health officials. The Illinois Department of...
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Hospital choice could affect pediatric mortality during emergencies

1 hour ago   |   Healio

Findings published in Pediatrics suggest that a child's chance of survival in an emergency may depend on the hospital where they receive care. Researchers assessed the...
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Trump Orders ‘a Lot' of Ketamine for Depressed Veterans

2 hours ago   |   The Atlantic

President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that the government will purchase “a lot” of the drug esketamine, a derivative of ketamine. Though ketamine is known as a recreational...
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Older Cancer Patients at Higher Risk of C diff Infection

2 hours ago   |   Medscape   |   3 articles

Older hospitalized patients with liquid or metastatic solid tumors were at elevated risk of Clostridiodes difficile infection. Medscape Medical News
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Years ago, this doctor linked a mysterious lung disease to vaping

3 hours ago   |   News Medical

Dr. John E. Parker was working at a West Virginia hospital in 2015 when a 31-year-old female patient was admitted with acute respiratory problems.
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Gallstones may occur with liraglutide treatment

3 hours ago   |   Healio

Participants in a randomized controlled trial who took liraglutide were more likely to develop gallbladder stones and other complications of the gallbladder and biliary tract...
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'Tasteless': Patients share pictures and views of hospital food

5 hours ago   |   BBC

Readers have been sharing their experiences - good and bad - with the BBC.
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