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In this article, Scott T. Vergano, MD, talks about 4 top papers you may have missed in September 2021, including high congenital syphilis case counts among infants, the effect of screen time on recovery from a concussion, and screening for anxiety in the pediatric population.
A 15-year-old Hispanic boy with no significant medical history presented to our pediatric emergency department with severe weakness. He was in his usual state of health the night prior to presentation but woke up that morning unable to get out of bed.
In a recent study, researchers examined the impact of using dietary interventions to increase calcium and protein intake in older adults.
To determine the effect of surviving COVID-19 on exercise capacity and quality of life, the researchers evaluated results of a 6‑minute walk test and a health questionnaire to participants 3 and 6 months after illness onset.
In this podcast, Regina Gouder, FNP-C, APN, speaks about how uterine fibroids are detected, the gold standard treatment options, and what primary care physicians need to know about screening for uterine fibroids.
The researchers conducted this analysis to benchmark influenza vaccination rates among their patients at a single center in Wilmington, Delaware, and compared them with national influenza vaccination rates.
In this podcast, Maura Jones, PharmD, BCPS, discusses clinical practice guidelines and various medication regimens for managing cardiovascular disease risks in patients with diabetes. This was a topic she recently presented on at ADCES21.
To examine racial disparities in the current breast cancer screening guidelines, a recent analysis of the CISNET study highlights the impact of various screening strategies on mortality and benefit-harm ratios in Black and White women.
To investigate the efficacy and safety of lefamulin in patients with CABP who have or may be at risk for severe pneumonia, the researchers analyzed pooled data from the LEAP 1 and 2 trials based on whether infiltrates were unilobar or multilobar.