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Atrial Fibrillation Pocketcard Set
3 pages
Atrial Fibrillation Pocketcard Set


Mayo Clinic Internal Medicine Board Review
896 pages
Mayo Clinic Internal Medicine Board Review

Distribution of a heparin dosing pocket card c. A heparin order set d. A new institutional policy on heparin dosing e. A physician education conference on heparin dosing An 83-year-old woman comes to your office with a 2-day history of a red left eye associated with dull, achy pain and tears. She denies having any ... Unilateral presentation of symptoms Mr. Smith is an 86-year-old man hospitalized with respiratory failure due to congestive heart failure pneumonia. His consciousness is ...

Surgical patient safety, essential information for surgeons in today's environment
224 pages
Surgical patient safety, essential information for surgeons in today's environment

... a rule is used in the clinical setting. It makes little sense to choose a rule that relies on intraoperative variables to advise a patient who is deciding whether to undergo a particular operation. Thus, the variables needed to calculate risk must be available to the clinician when the decision to proceed is being made. The Northern New England Cardiovascular Disease Study Group uses a simple pocket card to calculate risk of in-hospital mortality, stroke, mediastinitis, and atrial fibrillation.