- PPI Deprescribing14:59TIDBSI: OCP Myths17:41Paper Chase #1 | Baloxavir for Uncomplicated Flu7:16Beyond Pixar: Perfectionism, EQ, and the Middle WayFree Chapter23:19Paper Chase #2 | Procalcitonin-Guided Antibiotics in Lower Resp Tract Infection6:21Egg Freezing and Genetic Screening7:02Beyond Pixar: Self-Care and the System15:55Paper Chase #3 | Effect of Pip-Tazo vs Meropenem in Bacteremia5:58Medicolegal Risks of Low Risk Chest Pain22:45Hospitalist Corner: Preventing AKI21:39Paper Chase #4 | Managing Low-Risk PE Patients Without Hospitalization5:17Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease19:28Transient Global Amnesia (TGA)16:40Paper Chase #5 | Influence of FIT Positivity Thresholds on Cancer Detection7:55The Summary9:45
Paper Chase #5 | Influence of FIT Positivity Thresholds on Cancer Detection
No me gusta!
The flash player was unable to start. If you have a flash blocker then try unblocking the flash content - it should be visible below.
BOTTOM LINE: Treatment of carefully selected patients with acute PE and low risk by PESI < 86, echocardiography, and CUS without inpatient hospitalization is safe and acceptable to patients. Results must be viewed with caution because of the small sample size relative to the end point and the generalizability surrounding availability of emergent echocardiography.