- Ali S. Raja, MD, MBA, MPH
Each hour delay was associated with an additional 4% risk for death.
- Jennifer Rose V. Molano, MD
Neuropathology density is associated with cognitive state at death.
- Charles B. Hicks, MD
A substantial portion of HIV patients receiving antiretroviral therapy will not experience viral rebound in their lifetimes.
- Anne S. Tsao, MD
Intratumor heterogeneity is associated with an increased risk for disease recurrence or death.
- Ricardo Roda, MD, PhD
A description of newly identified patients with YARS2-related mitochondrial disease expands the list of possible clinical presentations.
- Abigail Zuger, MD
A study identifies older, busier practitioners and those trained abroad.
- Atif Zaman, MD, MPH
Mortality risk was four times higher in patients who relapsed during study follow-up.
- Thomas L. Schwenk, MD
Physician-designed interventions improved the appropriateness, although not the quantity, of antibiotic prescribing.
- Stephen G. Baum, MD
Testing for IgM antibodies or Zika nucleic acid may not be sufficient to define recent infection.
- Jenny Radesky, MD
An in-depth examination of teens' daily texting and technology use demonstrates that mental health symptoms and media use may influence each other over time.
- Allison Bryant, MD, MPH
Induction-to-delivery times were shorter in women who received concurrent oxytocin with intracervical balloon.
- David H. Ilson, MD, PhD
A phase II trial demonstrates activity in patients with chemotherapy-refractory disease.
- Alain Joffe, MD, MPH, FAAP
Compared with whites, African-Americans and Hispanics are more likely both to discontinue medication and to go without therapy afterward.
- Jonathan Silver, MD
Effect size was greater in open-label than placebo-controlled studies, suggesting the influence of certainty on treatment outcomes.
- David J. Amrol, MD
Response to this monoclonal antibody was sustained at 1 year.
- Patricia Kritek, MD
Patients with sepsis had similar outcomes when sedated with or without dexmedetomidine.
- Steven Dubovsky, MD
Results from a Swedish registry study clarify the importance of inherited factors.
- Robert L. Barbieri, MD
In a large randomized trial, oil-based fluid resulted in more post-HSG pregnancies.
- Allan S. Brett, MD
One year after PE, exercise limitation probably was caused by deconditioning and not by persistent physiological abnormalities.
- Patricia Kritek, MD
A single-center study demonstrated somewhat lower 90-day mortality with a transfusion threshold <9 g/dL than with <7 g/dL.
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