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A fourth-year medical student keeps a log of the sessions he attends and his perspective on information from the SCCM's 49th Annual Critical Care Congress. 
A new analysis is revealing more about how using a patient portal can aid in medication adherence and HbA1c management among diabetics.
The Prometra II offers a pressure-driven, valve-gated delivery mechanism that allows for novel programming modes of intermittent flow followed by periods of no flow—a feature unique to this device.
New data on the use of polygenic risk scores for predicting certain forms of cardiovascular disease raise questions about the validity of genetic scores in real-world setttings. 
The associations between chemicals and autism were significantly stronger in males than females.
Current patients can easily exceed the current CDC guidelines for opioids, recent study findings suggest.
Azathioprine is linked to a slightly higher eGFR for patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
A fourth-year medical student offers perspective on a study examining machine learning models being presented at CCC 49 in Orlando, FL as part of HCPLive's Notes from Rounds program.
A fourth-year medical student offers perspective on a study examining the use of ketamine in ICUs being presented at CCC 49 in Orlando, FL as part of HCPLive's Notes from Rounds program.
A new guidance breaks ground as the first of its kind to assist physicians in screening for, and treating, vaping-associated respiratory disease syndrome.
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