What's the Take Home?
A 79-year-old man is being evaluated for aortic stenosis. He is known to have had aortic stenosis for the last several years, with serial clinical follow-up visits for symptoms and noninvasive tests for aortic stenosis parameters.
A 62-year-old man presented to the clinic with an enlarging lesion on his left shin. The lesion had progressively grown in size and, in the last few weeks, has been associated with a yellowish discharge, which prompted the patient to seek care.
In this podcast, Timothy A. Lash talks about the trends of drug pricing and how the price of drugs may contribute to medication nonadherence in the Medicare population.
Consultant360 spoke with Co-Principal Investigator, David Hanley, MD, FRCPC, about a recent study exploring the effects of supplementation with higher doses of vitamin D on bone mineral density and strength in otherwise healthy adults.