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New Perspectives on the Current Clostridium difficile Epidemic
July 23, 2014
Kaiser Permanente

PASADENA, Calif. — More than 80 percent of hospitalized patients who tested positive for Clostridium difficile were tested outside the hospital or within the first 72 hours of hospitalization, suggest...
 
New Study on Cardiac Catheterization Offers Insight into Reducing Risk of Complications
July 01, 2014
Kaiser Permanente

PASADENA, Calif. — Tailoring the use of saline solution for patients undergoing coronary angiography or stenting procedures that use dye in the process resulted in a 59 percent reduction in kidney dam...
 
E-surveillance program targets care gaps in outpatient settings
July 1, 2014
Science Daily

An innovative framework for identifying and addressing potential gaps in health care in outpatient settings using electronic clinical surveillance tools has been used to target patient safety.
 
Weight Loss After Gastric Bypass Differed by Race
July 1, 2014
dailyRX News

Many people have had successful outcomes with weight loss surgery. However, one type of weight loss surgery, called gastric bypass, has been slightly more successful for a certain race.
 
For Gastric Bypass Patients, Percent of Excess Weight Loss Differs by Race and Ethnicity
July 1, 2014
Kaiser Permanente

PASADENA, Calif. — Non-Hispanic white patients who underwent a gastric bypass procedure lost slightly more weight over a three-year period than Hispanic or black patients.
 
Electronic Surveillance Program Targets Care Gaps in Outpatient Settings
July 1, 2014
Kaiser Permanente

PASADENA, Calif. — An innovative framework for identifying and addressing potential gaps in health care in outpatient settings using electronic clinical surveillance tools has been used to target pati...
 
Personalized Fluid Levels Cut Acute Kidney Injury
May 29, 2014
HealthDay

A new fluid protocol is safe and effective in preventing contrast-induced acute kidney injury in patients undergoing cardiac catheterization, according to a study published in the May 24 issue of The ...
 
Tips and Tools
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Scientist Profile: Dr. Craig Cheetham
Wednesday, May 13, 2014


 
People on the Move
Thursday, May 13, 2014


 
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