Items tagged as "Dr. Jennifer McDonald"
The July effect, is it real? In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Jennifer McDonald shares findings from a recent study. To listen, click the link below. July Effect StudyCreated by Joel Streed
Many physicians have long believed that the use of intravenous contrast agents for CT scans can cause acute kidney injury. New Mayo Clinic research questions the strength of the causal link between the two. The findings from two tandem studies are published online in the journal Radiology. MULTIMEDIA ALERT: Multimedia [...]Created by mayonewsreleases
The “July Effect” — the notion that the influx of new residents and fellows at teaching hospitals each July makes it the worst time of year to be a patient — is a myth, according to Mayo Clinic research. In late June and early July, 402 new residents [...]Created by Dennis Douda
The “July Effect” -- the notion that the influx of new residents and fellows at teaching hospitals each July makes that the worse time of year to be a patient -- seems to be a myth, according to new Mayo Clinic research that examined nearly 1 million hospitalizations for patients [...]Created by Dana Sparks