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03:56 EST 16th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 1,400+ from Annals of internal medicine

More Evidence to Help Guide Decision Making About Aspirin for Primary Prevention.

The Burden of Candidate Pathogenic Variants for Kidney and Genitourinary Disorders Emerging From Exome Sequencing.

Exome sequencing is increasingly being used for clinical diagnostics, with an impetus to expand reporting of incidental findings across a wide range of disorders. Analysis of population cohorts can help reduce risk for genetic variant misclassification and resultant unnecessary referrals to subspecialists.

Long-Term Protection After Fractional-Dose Yellow Fever Vaccination: Follow-up Study of a Randomized, Controlled, Noninferiority Trial.

Outbreaks of yellow fever and a frequently depleted vaccine stock increase demand for a dose-sparing strategy. A fractional dose of 17D yellow fever virus (17D-YFV) vaccine has been shown to be noninferior to the standard dose in inducing seroprotection.

Principles for Patient and Family Partnership in Care: An American College of Physicians Position Paper.

In this position paper, the American College of Physicians (ACP) examines the rationale for patient and family partnership in care and reviews outcomes associated with this concept, including greater adherence to care plans, improved satisfaction, and lower costs. The paper also explores and acknowledges challenges associated with implementing patient- and family-centered models of care. On the basis of a comprehensive literature review and a multistakeholder vetting process, the ACP's Patient Partnership i...

Estimated Filtration: The Continued Need for Expert Classification of Genetic Variants.

Harnessing the Consumer Movement.

Switching to High-Deductible Health Plans: It Is Going to Be a Bumpy Ride.

The Changing Definition of a Primary Care Provider.

Pitfalls and Potential in Medicare's Move Toward Outpatient Care Episodes.

Comparing Diabetes Outcomes for Primary Care Provided by Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants.

The Effect of High-Deductible Insurance Plans on Diabetes Care.

High-Deductible Insurance and Delay in Care for the Macrovascular Complications of Diabetes.

Little is known about the long-term effects of high-deductible insurance on care for chronic medical conditions.

Intermediate Diabetes Outcomes in Patients Managed by Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, or Physician Assistants: A Cohort Study.

Primary care provided by nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs) has been proposed as a solution to expected workforce shortages.

Losing Embryos, Finding Justice: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Personhood.

Firearm Injury Prevention: AFFIRMing That Doctors Are in Our Lane.

Omalizumab Rescue Therapy for Refractory Status Asthmaticus.

Review: Long-chain ω-3 fatty acids have no effect on mortality or overall cardiovascular events.

Review: In adults, increasing ω-6 fatty acid intake does not reduce mortality or overall cardiovascular events.

Review: In VTE, reduced- and full-dose extended DOAC therapies do not differ and are better than no extended therapy.

Pooled RCTs: Adding LABAs to ICSs do not increase serious asthma events and reduce exacerbations.

In Barrett esophagus, high- vs low-dose esomeprazole improved clinical outcomes; aspirin vs no aspirin did not.

Review: In coronary artery disease, PCI reduces 30-day and 5-year risk for stroke compared with CABG.

In persistent hypertension, low-dose triple-pill therapy increased the likelihood of achieving target BP at 6 mo.

Pooled RCTs: Low-dose ASA reduced CV events in persons < 70 kg; higher-dose ASA was effective at higher body weights.

Some invasive inpatient and outpatient procedures were linked to infective endocarditis.


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