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Farris K. Timimi, MD, and Lee Aase from the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network shared their views on the role of social media in physician practice.
Does a hospital's blame culture — "nonpunitive response to error" according to researchers — influence medical error reporting rates?
Attempting to engage on an intellectual level about the heady concept of brain death while in the throes of bereavement can often lead to mistrust and confusion.
Patients with familial chylomicronemia syndrome who were actively connected were also 3 times as likely to report "high" or "extremely high" motivation in managing their own health.
A clinician examines wearable fitness technology's effect on weight loss and other markers of health.
A cardiologist argues tackling the larger problems that plague the US healthcare system before cutting physician salaries.
For patients with cardiovascular disease, natural disasters can pose serious health dangers.
A cardiologist contemplates on the value that preoperative "clearance" brings to patients and their surgeons.
One clinician proposes that pharmaceutical companies turn their attention to developing a compassion pill for physicians.
Data measured by wearable fitness trackers may not be as accurate as possible.
Learn about Takotsubo cardiomyopathy, more commonly known as broken heart syndrome, with D. Douglas Miller, MD.
Katherine A. Roberts, MD, FACE, ECNU, discusses her experience with opting out of Medicare and offers advice to physicians considering doing the same.
Vinod Thourani, MD, of Emory University, offers his insight into various TAVR clinical practices.
While glyburide did not demonstrate efficacy in the primary end point, differences were seen in the amount of midline shift at 3-4 days.
Advisory board member, Ileana L. Piña, MD, shares her perspectives on the current state of heart failure, particularly treatment gaps between the genders.
Stroke is very important medical comorbidity of HIV that should receive more research and clinical focus.
Dr Bairey Merz discusses the current state and future of women's cardiovascular health.
Interventional stroke treatment, including intra-arterial procedures, rapidly evolves as health care providers implement new protocols to ensure more effective treatment.
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