CHICAGO – Current guidelines contraindicate acute stroke thrombolysis in patients with GI bleed or malignancy, but a new analysis suggests it’s...
Acute flaccid myelitis more commonly presents with asymmetric paralysis and spinal cord lesions largely restricted to gray matter.
The study findings have troubling implications for opioid abuse among surgical patients.
Multimodal analgesia with early mobilization may decrease length of stay and improve patient satisfaction.
Is the combination of aspirin and clopidogrel effective in reducing stroke recurrence?
Does rivaroxaban prevent recurrent ischemic stroke in patients with embolic stroke from undetermined source?
Can an opiate-prescribing standard that favors oral and subcutaneous over intravenous administration reduce exposure to intravenous opiates for...
The agency’s approval of Dsuvia comes at a time when the need is great for nonaddictive agents for pain control.
The opioid is to used for only adult patients in settings that are closely controlled.
MONTREAL – The new EXTEND findings “will have a major impact” on using an extended time window for thrombolysis in U.S. practice.