Primary care practice characteristics make little impact on unplanned hospital admissions

Given the aging world population, there is global interest in assisting older individuals live longer and much healthier lives. Avoiding unplanned hospital admissions is an essential element of care... Read more »

NIH programs shed light on gene variants and their connections to health and disease

Programs supported by the National Institutes of Health are developing which genes and genomic variants contribute in human disease, allowing their usage in genomic medication and research study. NIH’s... Read more »

Increased safety in diagnosing cardiac infarction with more sensitive analytical method

IMAGE: This is Maria Odqvist, MD, PhD trainee, SahlgrenskaAcademy view more Credit: Photo by Pernilla Lundgren Five percent more cardiac infarctions found and 11 percent less clients suffering a... Read more »

Patients with high-risk clinical features are at high risk for acute aortic dissection

IMAGE: Aortic dissection: high-risk medical functions. see more Credit: Kirsty Challen, B.Sc., MBChB, MRes, Ph.D., Lancashire Mentor Hospitals, UK. DES PLAINES, IL- Clients with several high-risk medical functions (tearing... Read more »