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In pregnant women with mild chronic hypertension, a strategy of targeting a blood pressure of less than 140/90 mm Hg was associated with better...

A substantial proportion of MET exon 14-altered lung cancers express PD-L1, but the median TMB is lower compared with unselected NSCLCs. Occasional responses to...

J. Randall Curtis’s Legacy and Scientific Contributions to Palliative Care in Critical...

This study demonstrates the importance of transplant status in predicting adverse clinical outcomes in patients hospitalized or admitted to the ICU with COVID-19, especially...

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    Whether tx status and IS confers incr risk of death with #COVID19 infection has been a controversial topic. We found that non-kidney tx pts admitted to the ICU were at increased risk of death after correction for comorbidity compared w non-tx pts https://t.co/qT6QJNt3zp - view on twitter

Immobility is a risk factor for thrombosis due to low blood flow, which may result in activation of the coagulation system, recruitment of platelets...

Remarkably, American black bears (Ursus americanus) are capable of varying their heart rates to coincide with their breathing, creating pauses of 30 s or...

The implementation of a multimodal pain management protocol in trauma patients targeting scheduled nonopioid medications and patient education is feasible and is associated with...

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    We have a great trauma research team led by Sarah Majercik, that also includes two fantastic PAs. Here Annika Kay, an assistant professor of research at @Research_Inter leads the charge on a smart play to combat the opioid disaster. https://t.co/Ik06z4W1DJ - view on twitter

Due to the limitations of this study, we do not believe the negative results suggest a change in clinical practice with regard to airway...

More attention should focus on NH/PIs as a priority population based on the disproportionate burden of CVD risk factors compared with their White and...

Venetoclax is safe and highly active in patients with previously treated WM, including those who previously received BTKis. CXCR4 mutation status did not affect...

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    SCI member Ranjana Advani and colleagues found venetoclax is safe and highly active in patients with previously treated #WaldenströmMacroglobulinemia, including those who previously received #BrutonTyrosineKinaseinhibitors. https://t.co/bx1Uxzrpnd - view on twitter