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Clinician Nudge Ups Initiation of Statin Prescribing in Primary Care

November 30, 2022. 11:57 PM CST.

Clinician nudge alone or in combination with a patient nudge increases initiation of statin prescribing versus usual care

By Elana Gotkine HealthDay Reporter Read article


Left Digit Bias Seen in Acceptance of Organs for Donation

November 29, 2022

5.4 percent decrease seen in probability of any organ placement at age 70 versus 69 years

Clinical Report Addresses Need for POCUS Guidelines for NICU

November 28, 2022

Hospital-wide POCUS committee should be established, have oversight responsibilities for implementation and QA of POCUS program

More Geriatric Phenotype for Black Patients Hospitalized With AMI

November 23, 2022

Despite younger age, Black participants were more likely to present with impairments in cognition, mobility, vision

Higher Carotid Plaque Burden Seen With Persistent Asthma

November 23, 2022

Persistent asthma linked to carotid plaque, total plaque score, even after adjustment for baseline interleukin-6, CRP

Bariatric Surgery Cuts CVD Risk in Patients With Obesity, NAFLD

November 23, 2022

Findings seen versus nonsurgical care among individuals with severe obesity and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

Morning Exercise Tied to Larger Cuts in Cardiovascular Disease Risk

November 23, 2022

Physical activity in the morning reduces risk for CVD, regardless of total activity level; findings more evident in women

Flu Shots Cut Some Cardiac Complications in Patients With Heart Failure

November 23, 2022

Less pneumonia, fewer cardiovascular events, deaths, hospitalizations seen during peak flu season

Low HDL-C Linked to Coronary Heart Disease Risk in White Adults

November 22, 2022

High HDL-C is not protective against coronary heart disease in either White or Black adults

Isolated Nail Psoriasis Does Not Increase Risk for Metabolic Syndrome

November 22, 2022

Both metabolic syndrome components and related medical conditions seen at similar rates between patients with, without isolated nail psoriasis

Most Pivotal Trials of New Drugs Recruit From Low-, Middle-Income Countries

November 21, 2022

Percentage of participants recruited from low-, middle-income countries was 8, 36, and 17 percent for cancer, cardiovascular, neurology trials

More Than 12 Percent Develop De Novo Postpartum Hypertension

November 21, 2022

Risk for developing dn-PPHTN was increased for those aged 35 years or older, with caesarean delivery, for current or former smokers

Subretinal Drusenoid Deposits Linked to High-Risk Vascular Disease in AMD

November 18, 2022

Presence of HRVD can be identified in model including SDD, high-density lipoprotein with accuracy of 78.5 percent

IHD, Stroke Risk Up for Offspring Born to Moms With Preeclampsia

November 17, 2022

Association mainly independent of preterm or SGA birth, may be partly explained by unmeasured familial factors

FDA Oversight of Clinical Trials Described as ‘Grossly Inadequate’

November 17, 2022

Article describes inadequate oversight relating to development of COVID-19 vaccines and predating the pandemic

Multidimensional Factors Shaped Physician Stress During Pandemic

November 16, 2022

Physicians' perceptions of occupational stress at individual level were shaped by stressors within and across four levels