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Risk of Recurrent Venous Thromboembolism (video)

In this study, we aimed to estimate recurrence risk after incident venous thromboembolism, stratified according to unprovoked, provoked, and cancer-related venous thromboembolism in a prospective cohort of inpatients and outpatients receiving routine care. Methods We linked nationwide Danish health registries to identify all patients with incident venous thromboembolism from January 2000 through December 2015. Rates […]

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Coaching Patients Saves Lives and Money (video)

The Coaching On Achieving Cardiovascular Health (COACH) Program has been proven to improve biomedical and lifestyle cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors. The objective of this study was to evaluate the long-term impact of The COACH Program on overall survival, hospital utilization, and costs from the perspective of a private health insurer (payor), in patients with […]

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Nurse Practitioners & Physicians as Effective as Physicians in Early Diabetes Care (video)

Who should care for patients in the first five years of a diabetes diagnosis? New research in the American Journal of Medicine reveals that nurse practitioners, physician assistants and doctors are comparable in their management of diabetes during the first five years. You can read “Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants, and “Physicians Are Comparable in Managing […]

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Benefits of Aerobic Training on Arterial Stiffness (video)

Once again, a study confirms the positive impact of exercise on our lives. In this study, patients with metabolic syndrome participated in heart-rate targeted exercise training and experienced multiple health benefits. You can read “Aerobic Training Effect on Arterial Stiffness in Metabolic Syndrome” by Slivovskaja et al in the February 2018 issue of the American […]

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Cardiologists Receive Little Nutrition Education in Med School (video)

Writing in the American Journal of Medicine, Devries et al reported that “a large proportion of cardiovascular specialists have received minimal medical education and training in nutrition, and current trainees continue to experience significant education and training gaps.” In the video, AJM Editor-in-Chief Joseph S. Alpert, MD, suggests that nutrition education might be more important […]

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A rattlesnake bite wound hours after the incident. There is swelling of the digit and palm with hemorrhagic bullous formation circumferentially around the finger. Erythema is present in the affected digit. The patient reported pain. Presentations like this may lead to unnecessary use of antibiotics. In this case, no antibiotics were administered and no infection developed.

Prophylactic Antibiotics Are Not Needed Following Rattlesnake Bites (video)

Antibiotics are sometimes administered to victims of rattlesnake bites in the hope of preventing infections. Experts in the field recommend that prophylactic antibiotics not be used because secondary infections are rare. Current recommendations are based on a small number of studies conducted in the United States. We decided to reexamine the issue by taking advantage […]

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