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Heat-Stable Carbetocin Safe Alternative to Oxytocin for Postpartum Hemorrhage Prevention

Heat-Stable Carbetocin Safe Alternative to Oxytocin for Postpartum Hemorrhage Prevention

Heat-stable carbetocin — an analog of oxytocin — was found to be noninferior to oxytocin in preventing hemorrhage associated with vaginal birth and may be beneficial in low- and middle-income countries.

Red Cross Calls for Blood Donors

While all blood types are needed, type O negative and positive are especially crucial.

Blood transfusion from female donors with history of pregnancy linked to increased mortality risk in men

Males who receive a blood transfusion from an ever-pregnant female donor have an increased mortality risk compared with those who receive a transfusion from a male donor or never-pregnant female.

Radiation exposure and cancer risk from CT screening: a risk-benefit analysis

After 10 years of low-dose CT screening in patients, 1.5 lung cancers and 2.4 major cancers per 10,000 people screened were induced by radiation.

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Case Study: A subdural hematoma after a fall

Case Study: A subdural hematoma after a fall

A 65-year-old Hispanic man presents to the emergency department via EMS after an unwitnessed fall from a presumed standing height.

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