Approximately 64% of antibiotics prescribed for Black patients and 58% for Hispanic/LatinX patients were deemed inappropriate by the study authors.
NAPNAP released a position statement to ensure that pediatric-focused APRNs have the necessary resources and support to address mental health stressors.
Clinicians should continue to counsel patients that false-positive results are an expected outcome of screening mammography. Age and breast density should be factored in when deciding the frequency of screening for average-risk women.
Intermittent fasting produces similar weight loss as traditional diets and is generally safe, producing few gastrointestinal, neurologic, hormonal, or metabolic effects.
Performing a simultaneous ACL reconstruction and lateral extra-articular tenodesis was associated with favorable patient-reported outcomes, high return to sports participation, and low ACL re-tear rate.
Taking a 15- to 30-minute brisk walk can help break the cycle of β-cell inflammation that leads to hyperglycemia and development of type 2 diabetes in patients with post-acute COVID-19.
Hip fractures and other injuries from falls affect 4.5 million older US residents each year and cost Medicare $15 to $30 billion annually.