- Joel Yager, MD
In veterans with PTSD, reckless self-destructive behavior increases exposure to new adverse events that, in turn, increase the severity of future PTSD symptoms.
- Daniel M. Lindberg, MD
Individual physicians' median time to antibiotic treatment varied fivefold.
- Barbara Geller, MD
Infants of eating-disordered mothers had various autonomic, language, and motor impairments during their first year of life.
- Robert Dreicer, MD, MS, FACP, FASCO
Patients with luminal B tumors respond better to postoperative androgen-deprivation therapy than do those with non–luminal B tumors.
- David Green, MD, PhD
Complete response was achieved by 40% of patients.
- Claire Wilcox, MD
In a laboratory study, they were particularly sensitive to the motivational effects of tobacco abstinence and negative mood.
- Bruce Soloway, MD
Patients who knew they were taking statins were more likely to experience statin side effects.
- Daniel J. Pallin, MD, MPH
Frequency of adverse events was similar, but fewer propofol patients reported pain or memory of the procedure.
- Claire Wilcox, MD
Objectively measured alertness and attention were significantly lower in interns in the mornings after on-call shifts.
- Anthony L. Komaroff, MD
Macular degeneration and cerebral cavernous malformations can be slowed by controlling the gut microbiome in mice.
- David J. Amrol, MD
Devices retained at least 80% of their potency for as long as 50 months past expiration.
- Harlan M. Krumholz, MD, SM
A subgroup analysis of a 2002 study receives more attention than perhaps it should.
- Sonia Nagy Chimienti, MD
Two doses 5 weeks apart were better than one dose at inducing seroconversion.
- Thomas L. Schwenk, MD
Most patients said their pain was well managed, regardless of the amount of opioids prescribed.
- Atif Zaman, MD, MPH
A small meta-analysis shows higher recanalization, lower cirrhosis progression, and no excess bleeding risk with anticoagulant treatment in this setting.
- Seemant Chaturvedi, MD
Prehospital electrocardiogram data are useful in triage and treatment decisions for stroke patients.
- Howard C. Herrmann, MD
In an analysis of multiple trials, longer dual antiplatelet therapy increased bleeding and bleeding-related death.
- Joel M. Gore, MD
Until biochemical testing for adherence becomes widely available, knowledge of four clinical parameters can provide helpful clues to the clinician.
- Jayne Zhang, MD
Rates of acute ischemic strokes and associated risk factors have risen significantly among adults aged 18 to 54 since 1995–1996.
- Jennifer Rose V. Molano, MD
Low LDL cholesterol levels may be associated with decreased risk for neurodegenerative disease.
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