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Adverse drug events in the ICU – do they happen and do they matter?

Physical Therapists in Intensive Care With all the talk lately about early mobilization in the ICU (a recent systematic review, Amy Pawlik’s standing room only presentation at CSM 2012), it’s evident that physical therapists and other rehabilitation professionals are only … Continue reading

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ARISTOTLE says “nyah nyah – nah nah nah” to warfarin

The search for an alternative to the pain-in-the-### that is warfarin goes on. There are some promising candidates. The FDA approved dabigatran (Pradaxaâ„¢), a direct thrombin inhibitor, back in November of last year. It has its pros and cons. In … Continue reading

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