This multicenter cohort study describes a novel clinical risk score developed among children presenting to the emergency department with concussion and head injury within the previous 48 hours to stratify risk of persistent postconcussion symptoms at 28 days.
Chamberlain and colleagues tested the hypothesis that lorazepam has better efficacy and safety than diazepam for treating pediatric status epilepticus.
A cross-sectional study of 1-day prevalence surveys conducted in 183 US acute care hospitals in 10 states found that antimicrobial drugs were used was 49.9% of the time and use of broad-spectrum drugs was common.
This randomized trial compares the effects of a supervised exercise program and advice vs advice alone on activity limitation and quality of life among adults with isolated ankle fracture.
Vora and coauthors investigated whether organ transplantation was the source of rabies virus
exposure in a kidney recipient who died 18 months after transplantation. They then evaluated for and
prevented rabies in other transplant recipients from the same donor. In an Editorial, Kaul discusses
the implications for improving the safety of solid organ transplantation.