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Nurses Have High Satisfaction Rates, but Decry Lack of Respect  Voir?

Medscape's annual survey found that more nurses were seeking career paths that helped them balance their work and home lives.
Medscape Medical News
(14/12/2017 : 02:29)

Seasonal Flu Deaths More Common Worldwide Than Expected  Voir?

A new CDC study shows that up to 646,000 people a year worldwide die from seasonal influenza-related respiratory illnesses, with some groups and regions hit harder than others.
Medscape Medical News
(14/12/2017 : 00:44)

Radiation Ablation of VT: Dramatic Results in Small Series  Voir?

Noninvasive compared with RF ablation, it nearly abolished VT in five patients with massive VT burdens when other treatments failed. More research is needed, but it's "pretty darned exciting," says an expert.
Medscape Medical News
(13/12/2017 : 23:00)

Post-TAVI Heart-Failure Readmissions Common, Hard to Predict  Voir?

A new study finds a strong link between CHF readmissions after transcatheter aortic-valve implantation and mortality but no easy answers on how to avert it.
Medscape Medical News
(13/12/2017 : 21:35)

Should You Tell Elderly Patients to Stop Driving?  Voir?

Should physicians be responsible for telling elderly drivers that they should no longer be driving? What alternatives are there for patients who still want to remain mobile?
Medscape Business of Medicine
(13/12/2017 : 21:11)

Early Probiotics to Prevent Eczema or Asthma? No Luck So Far  Voir?

A promising strategy doesn't pan out, but is this the final word on probiotics to prevent childhood atopic disease?
Medscape Pediatrics
(13/12/2017 : 21:08)

'Stepping Back From the Hype': A Critical Look at NGS  Voir?

In the absence of clinical data to guide treatment decisions, oncologists should question whether identifying more tumor targets is inherently better, argues Dr Jack West.
Medscape Oncology
(13/12/2017 : 21:07)

Precepting NP Students -- Who Needs It? We All Do  Voir?

Tom Bartol finds that he learns as much from student NPs as they learn from him.
Medscape Nurses
(13/12/2017 : 21:05)

New Hypertension Guideline: A Case of Guideline Creep?  Voir?

The new ACC/AHA guidelines for hypertension lowered the threshold for a diagnosis of hypertension. Are these changes justified?
Georgetown University Family Medicine
(13/12/2017 : 19:44)

Solar Eclipse: High-Resolution Imaging Shows Retinal Damage  Voir?

Young adults may be particularly susceptible to solar retinopathy and need to be educated about the risks of directly viewing the sun without certified, protective eyewear.
Medscape Medical News
(13/12/2017 : 18:44)

Novel Therapies for Cholestasis  Voir?

Dr William Balistreri reviews the latest data on treatments for primary sclerosing cholangitis, primary biliary cholangitis, and cholestasis-related pruritus, presented during the Liver Meeting.
Medscape Gastroenterology
(13/12/2017 : 18:23)

Undiagnosed Epilepsy Linked to Preventable MVAs  Voir?

Lengthy delays in epilepsy diagnosis are contributing to preventable motor vehicle accidents (MVAs), new research suggests.
Medscape Medical News
(13/12/2017 : 18:04)

Lessons Learned About End of Life Care  Voir?

A BMA research project provides insight into the issues surrounding end of life care -- from the perspective of both doctors and patients.
Student BMJ
(13/12/2017 : 18:00)

Spending the Holidays Working  Voir?

Many physicians who work through the holidays find that it's still a special time of the year.
Medscape Business of Medicine
(13/12/2017 : 18:00)

ACC Issues Guidance for Managing Bleeds From Oral Anticoagulants  Voir?

The report provides a "clinically applicable, easily referenced conceptual framework" to help clinicians manage bleeding complications during OAC therapy, say the authors. The ACC also has two related apps.
Medscape Medical News
(13/12/2017 : 17:44)

What Would You Do About a DNR Tattoo?  Voir?

Physicians had to decide if a 'do not resuscitate' (DNR) tattoo accurately represented a patient's current thinking.
Medscape Reader Polls
(13/12/2017 : 17:30)

Daratumumab Ready to Move to Front Line in Multiple Myeloma  Voir?

The first phase 3 trial in patients with newly diagnosed multiple myeloma found that daratumumab significantly improved progression-free survival when combined with triple therapy.
Medscape Medical News
(13/12/2017 : 17:15)

Scientists Race to Regrow Lost Knee Cartilage  Voir?

About 14 million Americans have osteoarthritis of the knees severe enough to cause pain and inflammation, according to the Arthritis Foundation, and more people are getting the condition -- also known as OA -- as they age.
WebMD Health News
(13/12/2017 : 16:49)

Older Americans Taking Too Many Unneeded Drugs  Voir?

Researchers estimate that 25 percent of people ages 65 to 69 take at least five prescription drugs to treat chronic conditions. But some doctors are trying to teach others about “deprescribing” or systematically discontinuing medicines that are inappropriate, duplicative or unnecessary.
Kaiser Health News

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(13/12/2017 : 16:39)

FDA OKs Drug for Eosinophilic Granulomatosis With Polyangiitis  Voir?

Mepolizumab is the first targeted drug for the rare eosinophil-driven disease formerly known as Churg-Strauss syndrome.
FDA Approvals
(13/12/2017 : 16:13)

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