Hospital Medicine

Hospital Medicine


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Perioperative β-Blockers: Debate Continues

Perioperative β-blockers are associated with higher mortality in low-risk patients undergoing noncardiac procedures but might benefit patients at high risk.

Patients with Negative ED Evaluations for Chest Pain Rarely Have In-Hospital Adverse Cardiac Events Free

Among admitted patients with two negative troponin measurements, nonischemic ECGs, and normal vital signs, fewer than 0.1% had clinically relevant events.