A Case Based Approach to the Treatment of Severe Sepsis.
Rapid system evolution and collaboration: Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, stakeholders from different departments would sometimes have difficulty making quick decisions. When Stanford Primary Care developed a centralized response to Covid-19 under the umbrella of Express Care, we committed to having every stakeholder group present at relevant decision meetings. With a single goal of reducing.
Te e nglan ourna o edicine n engl j med nejm.org 1 Brief Report Summary In December 2019, a cluster of patients with pneumonia of unknown cause was linked to a seafood wholesale market in Wuhan, China.
Rapid-response teams aim to care for inpatients in whom acute respiratory, neurologic, or cardiac insufficiency is developing. This review describes the prevalence and consequences of sudden critical illness outside the ICU and discusses the rationale for rapid-response systems.
Clinical expertise is paramount to a rapid response team’s effectiveness, but strong teamwork and good communication among its multidisciplinary members are c.
Rapid response to: Editorials Euthanasia in neonates BMJ 2007; 334.
In 2019, as the “public charge” rule made its way through the U.S. court system, many low-income immigrant parents of American children in the Johns Hopkins pediatric practice asked our case managers to disenroll their children from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), fearing it would affect their chances of obtaining legal status in the future or lead to deportation.
Background. Exceptional responders to immune checkpoint inhibitors in metastatic non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) are rare. Furthermore, the optimal duration of immunotherapy in patients who achieve complete remission and the benefit of rechallenge after recurrence remain unknown. Studying the clinical course of exceptional responders can help identify potential predictors of response to.