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Clinical Insights

Cardiovascular Diseases
Cardiovascular Diseases
11/09/2010
In this podcast, William Boden, MD, talks about the data around the use of revascularization for patients with stable angina, other medical therapies that can prevent or manage stable angina, and his best...
11/09/2010
Hepatology
Hepatology
11/06/2010
In part 3 of this podcast series, Vincent Lo Re, MD, talks about the barriers to hepatitis C virus direct-acting antiviral therapy and how they can be overcome, as well as the research question he hopes to...
11/06/2010
Hepatology
Hepatology
11/06/2010
In part 2 of this podcast series, Vincent Lo Re, MD, talks about the common pitfalls in hepatitis C virus management, as well as his best practices for reducing the risk of reinfection.
11/06/2010
Complete blood count
Complete blood count
11/02/2010
In this month’s Pediatrics Top Paper, Brittany Perry, DO, writes about a study that examined whether children with neutropenia need interventions by a pediatric hematologist and oncologist in order to...
11/02/2010
inhalers
inhalers
10/29/2010
A recent study presented at CHEST 2020 examined the cost-effectiveness of transitioning patients from solely nebulized medications to a combination of nebulized medications and metered dose inhalers. Study...
10/29/2010
NAFLD
NAFLD
09/23/2010
In this 13-minute podcast, Jonathan Stine, MD, from the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center at Pennsylvania State University, discusses his proof-of-concept study concerning the relationship of nonalcoholic...
09/23/2010
Guest Commentary
Guest Commentary
09/15/2010

Aaron S. Geller, MD

Aaron S. Geller, MD
Once patients experience euphoria, they seek escalating opioid doses to avoid dysphoria.
09/15/2010
Pulmonology
Pulmonology
09/10/2010
In this podcast, Pulmonology Consultant Board Member Jaspal Singh, MD, MHA, MHS, interviews Gustavo Cumbo Nacheli, MD; D. Kyle Hogarth, MD; and Michael A. Pritchett, DO, MPH, about their experience with...
09/10/2010
Travel Medicine
Travel Medicine
08/19/2010
She talks about how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected heart failure care at Johns Hopkins, her team's experience managing patients via telemedicine, and how she envisions restarting in-person visits.
08/19/2010
Top Papers Of The Month
Top Papers Of The Month
08/13/2010
In this month’s Pediatric Top Paper, Jordan N. Watson, MD, writes about a trial that examined whether an as-needed posthospitalization follow-up visit vs a scheduled follow-up visit can reduce anxiety among...
08/13/2010