Among survivors of acute myocardial infarction, respiratory rate predicts non-sudden cardiac death.
By measuring urinary mRNA, a novel assay may enable clinicians to differentiate common causes of elevated creatinine.
Findings show that the two hours after an outburst have heightened risk.
Cystic kidney disease is associated with a greatest likelihood of progressing to end-stage renal disease, but the small risk of death.
Benefits observed for moderate consumption, but risk is increased for heavy consumption.
Lower risk with no increase in bleeding regardless of CKD severity.
Switching from intravenous to oral alfacalcidol resulted in greater PTH suppression in patients with secondary hyperparathyroidism.
Findings support expanded clinical use of this simple measurement.
Low prepregnancy concentrations associated with increased risk of gestational diabetes.
Increased risk of serious fall injuries is particularly high in those with previous fall injuries.
Patients cite treatment description by the treating physician as the most helpful source.
Researchers found an unexpected, aberrant accumulation of esterified cholesterol in human PCa tissue.
At 18 years of follow-up, patients who underwent radical surgery had a decreased risk of cancer-related and all-cause mortality.
Elevated urinary levels of the organic compound were found in men with prostate cancer than in those without it.
Alvimopan also was found to shorten hospital length of stay.
It is associated with fewer positive surgical margins and reduced need for additional treatment.
In a trial, more patients taking sildenfail citrate than placebo daily had functional erections at 24 months.
Blood loss is reduced and hospital stays are shorter compared with retropubic radical prostatectomy, but oncologic outcomes are similar.
The DASH diet might be an effective alternative to the low-oxalate diet.
Men who maintain good physical fitness have a lower risk of lung and colorectal cancer.