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Shorter Antibiotic Therapy Safe for Inpatients With Pneumonia

Shorter Antibiotic Therapy Safe for Inpatients With Pneumonia News & Analysis Clinical Trials Update Clear Surgical Masks Create More the 30-mg dose, researchers reported in the Positive Interactions With Patients New England Journal of Medicine. Removingthebarrierthatsurgicalmaskscre- ate can help protect the patient-physician Patients Favor Surgical Repair relationship during the COVID-19 pan- of Ruptured ACL demic, according to the authors of a trial Patients with acute rupture of the anterior in JAMA Surgery. cruciate ligament (ACL) who had early sur- gical reconstruction perceived their symp- New surgical outpatients were ran- domly assigned to a surgeon wearing either toms, knee function, and ability to play sports more positively after 2 years than pa- a clear mask or a covered mask. Fifteen sur- geons at the University of North Carolina, tients who had rehabilitation followed by surgery, if needed. But the clinical impor- ChapelHill,participatedinthetrial,whichen- rolled 200 patients. tance of the findings reported in The BMJ is unclear because 50% of the rehabilitation Patients reported that surgeons wear- ing a clear mask provided more understand- group recovered without surgery. Conducted at 6 hospitals in the Nether- able medical explanations and appeared In a recent study, patients preferred that their more empathetic than those wearing a cov- lands,thetrialrandomized167adultstoearly surgeon wear a clear http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Shorter Antibiotic Therapy Safe for Inpatients With Pneumonia

JAMA , Volume 325 (20) – May 25, 2021

Shorter Antibiotic Therapy Safe for Inpatients With Pneumonia

Abstract

News & Analysis Clinical Trials Update Clear Surgical Masks Create More the 30-mg dose, researchers reported in the Positive Interactions With Patients New England Journal of Medicine. Removingthebarrierthatsurgicalmaskscre- ate can help protect the patient-physician Patients Favor Surgical Repair relationship during the COVID-19 pan- of Ruptured ACL demic, according to the authors of a trial Patients with acute rupture of the anterior in JAMA Surgery. cruciate ligament (ACL) who had...
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American Medical Association
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.2021.7721
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Abstract

News & Analysis Clinical Trials Update Clear Surgical Masks Create More the 30-mg dose, researchers reported in the Positive Interactions With Patients New England Journal of Medicine. Removingthebarrierthatsurgicalmaskscre- ate can help protect the patient-physician Patients Favor Surgical Repair relationship during the COVID-19 pan- of Ruptured ACL demic, according to the authors of a trial Patients with acute rupture of the anterior in JAMA Surgery. cruciate ligament (ACL) who had early sur- gical reconstruction perceived their symp- New surgical outpatients were ran- domly assigned to a surgeon wearing either toms, knee function, and ability to play sports more positively after 2 years than pa- a clear mask or a covered mask. Fifteen sur- geons at the University of North Carolina, tients who had rehabilitation followed by surgery, if needed. But the clinical impor- ChapelHill,participatedinthetrial,whichen- rolled 200 patients. tance of the findings reported in The BMJ is unclear because 50% of the rehabilitation Patients reported that surgeons wear- ing a clear mask provided more understand- group recovered without surgery. Conducted at 6 hospitals in the Nether- able medical explanations and appeared In a recent study, patients preferred that their more empathetic than those wearing a cov- lands,thetrialrandomized167adultstoearly surgeon wear a clear

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: May 25, 2021

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