oint study by Kaiser Permanente and University of Washington finds chronic kidney disease patients with implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) may not experience overall benefit
With standardized protocols enhanced by use of telemedicine, “door to needle times” average just 34 minutes at all 21 Northern California hospitals.
Left to right: Study authors Dustin Mark, MD, David Vinson, MD, and Dustin Ballard, MD, of the Kaiser Permanente CREST Network of emergency department researchers.
New Kaiser Permanente Study Improves Follow-up of Chest Pain in Emergency Department Patients
Kidney Disease Patients with Implantable Heart Defibrillators at Greater Risk of Hospitalization
30-Year National Study Shows Women Who Breastfeed for 6 Months or More Reduce their Diabetes Risk by 50%
Kaiser Permanente stroke patients receive clot-busting medication more than twice as fast as national rates
New Kaiser Permanente Study Provides Evidence of Health Risks Linked to Electromagnetic Field Exposure
Risk Scores Combined With Lower Troponin Cut Points May Help Refine Rule-Out Tests for Chest Pain
Fast Stroke Response Reported by Kaiser
Breast-Feeding Tied to Reduced Risk of Diabetes
New York Times
More pregnant women are using marijuana, study says
San Francisco Chronicle
Kaiser study shows new program cuts stroke treatment time in half
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