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technology
08/08/2022
Do you think that the intensive care unit should have artificial intelligence? Let us know by taking our poll.
08/08/2022
Medication
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Medication
08/08/2022
Previous research has suggested that heat exposure may increase the risk of acute myocardial infarction. In this study, researchers examined the impact of certain medication usage on the relationship...
08/08/2022
Review
Review
08/08/2022

Jeffrey Thomas Budd, MD

Jeffrey Thomas Budd, MD
Primary care physicians should be aware of several key points about the management of obesity, including how to address it during patient visits, how to treat it with pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic...
08/08/2022

Clinical Insights

Exercise
Exercise
09/18/2022
Luke Joseph Laffin, MD, from the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, answers our questions about his research on the effect of phase 2 cardiac rehabilitation on exercise capacity and outcomes in patients with...
09/18/2022
Vaccines
William Schaffner, MD
Vaccines
08/18/2022
In this soundbite, William Schaffner, MD, speaks about the crucial need that exists with current hepatitis B virus vaccination strategies for enhancing immunogenicity in older adults and those with...
08/18/2022
Editorial
Kim Carmichael, MD
Editorial
08/08/2022
In this editorial, Kim A. Carmichael, MD, reflects on a 1990 article from Consultant’s archives about diabetes management, including major available insulins, the evolution of blood glucose meters, insulin...
08/08/2022
Oral Ulcer
Amit Correa, MD
Oral Ulcer
08/08/2022
In this episode, Amit Correa, MD, speaks about the clinical evaluation and management of patients with an oral ulcer, including the causes, management of a patient with an aphthous ulcer, malignant and...
08/08/2022
Opioid addiction
Opioid addiction
08/07/2022
Dr Scott E Hadland from Boston Medical Center discusses his latest research, which demonstrated that prescribing medication earlier to youth with opioid use disorder improves retention in care vs behavioral...
08/07/2022

From the Journal

Review
Review
08/08/2022

Jeffrey Thomas Budd, MD

Jeffrey Thomas Budd, MD
Primary care physicians should be aware of several key points about the management of obesity, including how to address it during patient visits, how to treat it with pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic...
08/08/2022
Case In Point
Case In Point
08/08/2022
This report describes a case in which a patient presented with symptoms mimicking those of other sleep disorders but in whom narcolepsy was ultimately diagnosed.
08/08/2022
Photoclinic
Photoclinic
08/08/2022

C. Clare Charbonnet, MD1 • Charles L. Emerman, MD2 • Agnieszka A. Ardelt, MD, PhD, MBA3 • David Effron, MD4

C. Clare Charbonnet, MD1 • Charles L. Emerman, MD2 • Agnieszka A. Ardelt, MD, PhD, MBA3...
A 66-year-old, right-handed man presented to the emergency department (ED) reporting the perception of hearing speech “in fast forward.” The perception was intermittent; episodes lasted for a few minutes...
08/08/2022
Photoclinic
Photoclinic
08/08/2022

Felicia Cooper, MD1 • Nisha Mathews, DO2 • Gift Kopsombut, MD3

Felicia Cooper, MD1 • Nisha Mathews, DO2 • Gift Kopsombut, MD3
A previously healthy 9-year-old boy developed acute upper left quadrant and epigastric abdominal pain, nonbloody nonbilious vomiting, and decreased oral intake.
08/08/2022
Photoclinic
Photoclinic
08/07/2022
A 38-year-old White man presented to a dermatologist for evaluation of a suspicious lesion on the right side of his nose.
08/07/2022