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Original Investigation | June 2, 2015

Remote Ischemic Preconditioning and Kidney Injury in Cardiac Surgery

This randomized trial reports that in high-risk patients undergoing cardiac surgery, remote ischemic preconditioning performed via blood pressure cuff inflation significantly reduced the rate of acute kidney injury and renal replacement therapy.

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Antidepressant Use Late in Pregnancy and Effects on Newborn

An analysis of more than 3.7 million pregnant women enrolled from 2000 through 2010 in Medicaid found an association between use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and newborns with persistent pulmonary hypertension.
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Original Investigation | June 2, 2015

Bundled Approaches for Surgical Site Infection Prevention

Schweizer and coauthors evaluate whether the implementation of an evidence-based bundle is associated with a lower risk of Staphylococcus aureus surgical site infections in patients undergoing cardiac operations or hip or knee arthroplasties.

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From The Medical Letter on Drugs and Therapeutics | June 2, 2015

An Inhaled Insulin (Afrezza)

This Medical Letter drug review summarizes a newly approved inhaled, rapid-acting formulation of recombinant human insulin for treatment of adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes.


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Medicare Value-Based Payment for Risk Reduction

This Viewpoint discusses a CMS experiment to educate patients about their 10-year predicted atherosclerotic heart disease risk and financially reward physicians who work with their patients to reduce it.

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Viewpoint | May 27, 2015 FREE ONLINE FIRST

Regulating Indoor Tanning Devices and Preventing Skin Cancer

This Viewpoint describes the current regulation of indoor tanning equipment and the need for a broader public health approach to prevent and reduce skin cancer caused by indoor tanning.

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Scientific Discovery and the Future of Medicine

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Collins on NIH's Role in Medical Science

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Editorial: Scientific Discovery and the Future of Medicine

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Interview with Patrick H. Conway, MD, MSc, author of Association of Pioneer Accountable Care Organizations vs Traditional Medicare Fee for Service With Spending, Utilization, and Patient Experience

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Video Summary: Medical Applications of 3D Printing Technologies (3:53)

Mark H. Michalski, MD, explains 3D printing and describes the application of this technology in clinical medicine, education, and patient communication.

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This interactive includes Doppler echocardiography findings from a patient with a heart murmur. How do you interpret these test results?

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Reading by Kristine Yaffe, MD, author of Cognitive Aging: A Report From the Institute of Medicine

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Iris Heterochromia and Unilateral Eyelash Hypertrichosis

An 87-year-old woman with a history of open-angle glaucoma in her right eye presented with longer, thicker eyelashes on the right side compared with the left.

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