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ICES accelerates the impact of our research through the use of visual abstracts (also known as infographics) that highlight key findings in a concise, visual and easy-to-share format.

November 12, 2019

1 in 10 Ontario seniors prescribed valsartan did not substitute the drug within three months of recall
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1 in 10 Ontario seniors prescribed valsartan did not substitute the drug within three months of recall


November 9, 2019

Baclofen, a common muscle relaxant, linked to severe confusion in patients with kidney disease
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Baclofen, a common muscle relaxant, linked to severe confusion in patients with kidney disease


November 7, 2019

Women with breast cancer receive different care depending on where they live in Canada
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Women with breast cancer receive different care depending on where they live in Canada


November 6, 2019

Access to palliative care reduces hospital use and in-hospital deaths among people with ALS
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Access to palliative care reduces hospital use and in-hospital deaths among people with ALS


October 31, 2019

Residents of less walkable areas are one third more likely to have long-term cardiovascular risk
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Residents of less walkable areas are one third more likely to have long-term cardiovascular risk


October 30, 2019

Risk of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy-related sudden cardiac death much lower than previously thought
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Risk of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy-related sudden cardiac death much lower than previously thought


October 17, 2019

Current screening for gestational diabetes may be overlooking large segment of women at risk
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Current screening for gestational diabetes may be overlooking large segment of women at risk


October 15, 2019

Migrants in Ontario more likely to experience involuntary admission following psychosis diagnosis
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Migrants in Ontario more likely to experience involuntary admission following psychosis diagnosis


October 2, 2019

Doctors who are high-prescribers of antibiotics may be high-prescribers of other medications
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Doctors who are high-prescribers of antibiotics may be high-prescribers of other medications


September 25, 2019

Flu vaccine could cut risk of flu hospitalization among seniors with COPD by nearly half
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Flu vaccine could cut risk of flu hospitalization among seniors with COPD by nearly half


September 19, 2019

Heart disease risk linked to obstructive sleep apnea, with differences seen in women compared to men
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Heart disease risk linked to obstructive sleep apnea, with differences seen in women compared to men


September 3, 2019

Foot and leg amputations related to diabetes and poor circulation are on the rise in Ontario
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Foot and leg amputations related to diabetes and poor circulation are on the rise in Ontario


August 26, 2019

Women with chronic physical conditions at higher risk of mental illness in pregnancy and postpartum
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Women with chronic physical conditions at higher risk of mental illness in pregnancy and postpartum


August 16, 2019

Burdensome interventions for nursing home residents with advanced dementia are common near end of life, especially for men, with low access to palliative care
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Burdensome interventions for nursing home residents with advanced dementia are common near end of life, especially for men, with low access to palliative care


August 13, 2019

1 in 4 women undergoing elective hysterectomy or fibroid removal are anemic, raising risk of complications
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1 in 4 women undergoing elective hysterectomy or fibroid removal are anemic, raising risk of complications


August 7, 2019

Family doctors most in need of quality improvement are least likely to participate in studies
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Family doctors most in need of quality improvement are least likely to participate in studies


August 5, 2019

Same-day physician access in Ontario long-term care homes reduces likelihood of resident ED visits and hospitalizations
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Same-day physician access in Ontario long-term care homes reduces likelihood of resident ED visits and hospitalizations


August 2, 2019

Teens with severe mental illness vulnerable when transitioning to adult care
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Teens with severe mental illness vulnerable when transitioning to adult care


July 31, 2019

One in six adults with IDD in Ontario is newly prescribed and antipsychotic
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One in six adults with IDD in Ontario is newly prescribed an antipsychotic


July 22, 2019

Ontario women and young adults experiencing greatest rise in ED visits for alcohol use
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Ontario women and young adults experiencing greatest rise in ED visits for alcohol use


July 18, 2019

More than 52,000 sexual assault cases treated in Ontario hospitals over the last 15 years
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More than 52,000 sexual assault cases treated in Ontario hospitals over the last 15 years


July 16, 2019

Two-thirds of B12 injections administered to Ontario seniors are given without evidence of deficiency
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Two-thirds of B12 injections administered to Ontario seniors are given without evidence of deficiency


July 15, 2019

 Mirabegron for overactive bladder does not appear to increase risk of heart events
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Mirabegron for overactive bladder does not appear to increase risk of heart events, compared to other drugs


June 27, 2019

Nearly 1 in 5 Ontario seniors with sleep disorders receive sleeping medication at or soon after diagnosis
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Nearly 1 in 5 Ontario seniors with sleep disorders receive sleeping medication at or soon after diagnosis


June 24, 2019

Same-day discharge after angioplasty is safe, less costly, and could free up hospital beds: study
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Same-day discharge after angioplasty is safe, less costly, and could free up hospital beds: study




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