This cross-sectional study concludes that unconscious class and race biases are not associated with clinical decision making among surgical clinicians.
This retrospective review finds that neither race nor metabolic risk factors affect nocturia severity; however, variables that denote nocturnal urine overproduction sharply discriminate the risk of nocturia severity.
Hicks and coauthors examine whether disparities in trauma survival for blacks vs whites persist in patients 65 years or older.
Durazzo and colleagues investigated the amputation disparity between white and nonwhite patients with critical lower extremity ischemia using a larger data set than previous studies, with a focus on the role of confounding factors such as access and hospital resources. Karl Ilig, MD, provides an invited commentary.
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