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Sunday 18th March 2018

The LDL Dilemma in Diabetes: How Low Do You Go?

Two heavyweights go head to head on what is the optimal LDL-cholesterol level in patients with diabetes, given recent clinical trial data. Medscape Medical News

Pheochromocytoma Surgery Pretreatments Both 'Quite Good'

Phenoxybenzamine and doxazosin found equally effective in maintaining hemodynamic control during resection in PRESCRIPT trial. Medscape Medical News

Saturday 17th March 2018

New Testosterone Treatment Guidelines 'Useful But Not Gospel'

A new clinical practice guideline on the use of testosterone therapy in men with hypogonadism from the Endocrine Society provided for a lively debate at ENDO 2018. Medscape Medical News

Friday 16th March 2018

AKI From Contrast CT Scans: Is There an Association?

Dr Patel reviews a study, published in the Annals of Emergency Medicine, that compares outcomes between patients receiving contrast-enhanced CT and those receiving noncontrast CT. Medscape Emergency Medicine

Kratom-Related Salmonella Outbreak Spreads to 35 States

Government agencies reported that 87 people have been sickened. News Alerts

Q&A: What Are We Doing About the Opioid Crisis?

Francis Collins, MD, director of the NIH talked about the roots of this epidemic, promising research into both addiction and the treatment of pain, and President Donald Trump's budget proposal for 2019. WebMD Health News

'ATM Pharmacy' to Cut Queues for South Africa's AIDS Patients

South Africa has launched an ATM-like vending machine to dispense medicines to patients with chronic illnesses such as AIDS in a move aimed at reducing waiting times and congestion in public healthcare facilities. Reuters Health Information

EAU 2018

Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from EAU 2018 Medscape Urology

His-Bundle vs RV Pacing for Bradycardia May Cut HF Event Risk

The risk fell sharply for patients on His-bundle pacing, touted as an 'elegant solution' to the challenge of dyssynchrony from right ventricular pacing, treated at expert centers in a cohort study. Medscape Medical News

March 16, 2018 This Week in Cardiology

ODYSSEY, VEST, mSTOPS, CANTOS, and the Black barbershop blood pressure study are among the presentations from the 2018 American College of Cardiology meeting reviewed in this week's podcast. on Medscape

Residency Match Day Grows Again, Hitting New High This Year

More DOs are entering the Match as osteopathic enrollment grows and merged accreditation draws closer. More US allopathic seniors are matching to family medicine this year. Medscape Medical News

Sanjay Kaul Grades Four Big Trials From ACC 2018

Dr Kaul rates trials on alirocumab, black barbershop-based healthcare, canakinumab, and the wearable cardioverter defibrillator, from the 2018 American College of Cardiology Scientific Sessions. on Medscape

Keeping Weight Stable After Gestational Diabetes Is Beneficial

Research suggests that weight control in women with gestational diabetes plays a vital role in determining risk of birth complications and that of large-for-gestational-age babies. Medscape Medical News

Pain Assessment and Management for Older Dementia Patients

When it comes to appropriately assessing and treating pain in older people with dementia, what do nurses need to know? Pain Management Nursing

Prevention of HIV-1 Transmission Through Breastfeeding

These strategies may help reduce mother-to-child transmission of HIV during breastfeeding, but how do they compare in terms of safety and efficacy? JAIDS: Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes

Severity of Illness Scores May Misclassify Obese Patients

Find out how severity of illness scores may differ between obese and normal weight ICU patients. Critical Care Medicine

Increase in Acute HBV -- Pasco County, Florida, 2011-2016

Surveillance data showed a sharp increase in the number of HBV infections in Pasco County, Florida in recent years. Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report

Effects of Essential Oil Mouthrinses With or Without Alcohol

Does the addition of alcohol to mouthrinses confer any benefit? This study compared the anti-plaque and anti-gingivitis efficacy of essential oil mouthrinses, with and without alcohol. BMC Oral Health

A 46-Year-Old Woman With a Cerebral Mass: USMLE Question

A 46-year-old woman presents after having a seizure. MRI reveals a cerebral mass lesion. What is the most likely diagnosis? Osmosis

Advancing Patient Safety in Airway Management

Which major advances in airway management have positively impacted patient safety in recent years? Anesthesiology

An Educational Intervention Decreases Opioid Prescribing

Find out how an educational intervention helped decrease the number of postoperative opioids prescribed by more than half. Annals of Surgery

Quality of Life in Primary Aldosteronism

How does quality of life compare between surgical treatment and medical treatment for primary aldosteronism? Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism

Bracing For Hurricanes: Preparedness Among Older Adults

How prepared for disaster are community-dwelling older adults? Can they be expected to heed disaster preparedness recommendations? The Gerontologist

First Report of Parkinsonism Associated With Indoximod

Learn about a case of Parkinsonism likely associated with indoximod, an indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase inhibitor. Journal of Global Oncology

Physical Fitness Tied to a Nearly 90% Reduction in Dementia Risk

A high level of cardiovascular physical fitness in middle-aged women is associated with close to a 90% reduction in dementia risk in later life, results of a longitudinal study show. Medscape Medical News

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