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Fewer deaths and complications with female physicians?
by Lisa Rapaport
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19 December 2016
On 19 December 2016 Reuters reported:
Elderly hospital patients may be less likely to die prematurely or be readmitted for serious complications when they're treated by female physicians, a U.S. study suggests. With female doctors, patients had 4 percent lower odds of dying within a month after being admitted to the hospital and a 5 percent smaller chance of repeat hospitalizations within the first month after leaving the hospital, the study found. Researchers reported in JAMA Internal Medicine.
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'The difference in mortality rates surprised us,' said lead author Dr. Yusuke Tsugawa, a health policy researcher at Harvard University in Boston.
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