Tag Archives: Acute

Acute Stroke Care During COVID-19: AHA’s Emergency Strategy

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What your doctor is reading on Medscape.com: APRIL 02, 2020 — American Heart Association/American Stroke Association Council Leadership has released temporary emergency guidance on management of acutestroke patients during the current COVID-19 outbreak. The urgency of the situation prompted the AHA/ASA to forego their usual process, including peer review, in creating these …

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No Difference Found in Treatments for Acute Kidney Failure

No Difference Found in Treatments for Acute Kidney Failure

By Ed EdelsonHealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Feb. 19 (HealthDay News) — Studies show no particular advantage to any single treatment for acute renal failure, the sudden collapse of kidney function that carries with it a high risk of death, Canadian researchers report. An analysis of 38 trials found no difference in …

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