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Evaluating Allergic Rhinitis in the Convenient Health Care Clinic: Treatment Strategies for Clinicians and Pharmacists
Expiration: Aug 15, 2018
The Role of the Health Care Professional in Ensuring the Safe and Effective Use of Dietary Supplements
Expiration: Jun 12, 2018
Gathering Momentum Towards Safer Work Environments: The Role of the Nurse and Pharmacist in Improving the Practice of Safe Handling of Hazardous Drugs - A CE Program for Nurses, Pharmacists, and Pharmacy Technicians
Expiration: Apr 28, 2018
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Heart Damage Common After Any Surgery; Test Could Detect It
Mar 19, 2017
| Gale Scott
Heart damage after non-cardiac surgery is usually missed. A test finds it.
Uveitic Glaucoma: Intensive Treatment Necessary Following Trabeculectomy
Mar 13, 2017
Uveitis recurrence was associated with failure of trabeculectomy, not implant.
Opioids Before Surgery Increase Medical Costs Afterwards, Worsen Patient Outcomes
Mar 09, 2017
Patients taking opioids leading up to surgery have worse outcomes.
Access to Kidney Transplants Drops for People with HIV
Feb 23, 2017
People with HIV aren't getting the life-saving transplants they need.
More Proof Bariatric Surgery also Treats Diabetes
Feb 15, 2017
In a long-term study, surgery was better than medical care alone for diabetes.
A Leg to Stand On: a Surgeon's Tale
Feb 08, 2017
William Meffert, MD
He'd seen horrors as a combat surgeon, but the Haitian earthquake was worse.
FDA Expands Clearances for Brain Surgery Technologies
Jan 31, 2017
NICO’s Myriad automated devices cleared for a wider range of applications.
Six Common Foot and Ankle Injuries Physicians Can Easily Misdiagnose
Jan 31, 2017
A foot or ankle injury misdiagnosis can lead to chronic pain or arthritis.
Seemingly Simple Strategy Cuts Opioid Use Without Worsening Pain
Jan 18, 2017
Study shows that reducing the amount of opioids doesn't result in more pain.
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