Cefepime–Taniborbactam for Complicated UTI
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In patients with complicated urinary tract infection, clinical and microbiologic treatment success was significantly better with cefepime–taniborbactam (β-lactam and β-lactamase inhibitor) than with meropenem ..read more
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Why We Work
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In this podcast episode, Lisa Rosenbaum explores the shift in people’s perceptions of work’s role in our lives and its effects on medical training and the psychological satisfaction of physicians. A Physician Attack on the FDA Options will narrow for pregnant people if the U.S. Supreme Court rules in favor of antiabortion physicians who’ve sued the FDA, demanding that it revoke its approval and regulation of mifepristone ..read more
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The Risks of Normalizing Parental Vaccine Hesitancy
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The Challenge of Common Chronic Diseases Collaboration between the FDA and other stakeholders could improve the way in which evidence is generated and interventions are developed and implemented to help address common chronic diseases. H.J. Warraich, H.D. Marston, and R.M. Califf ..read more
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Tenecteplase for Stroke at 4.5 to 24 Hours
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Tenecteplase for Stroke at 4.5 to 24 Hours Tenecteplase for thrombolysis in a 4.5-to-24-hour window did not improve disability outcomes at 90 days in patients with ischemic stroke who had been chosen on the basis of imaging. Most patients had endovascular thrombectomy ..read more
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Measurable Residual Disease in CLL
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Among patients with previously untreated chronic lymphocytic leukemia, ibrutinib–venetoclax therapy with treatment duration guided by measurable residual disease status resulted in better outcomes than standard chemotherapy ..read more
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Hospital Prices for Physician-Administered Drugs
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J.C. Robinson, C. Whaley, and S.S. Dhruva An analysis of Blue Cross Blue Shield claims data showed that hospitals imposed large price markups and retained a substantial share of private insurer spending on physician-administered drugs ..read more
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Understanding Liability Risk from Health Care AI Tools
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What Do Trainees Want? The Rise of House Staff Unions What’s driving the growing movement toward unionization of medical trainees? Can unions meaningfully address trainees’ concerns? And what’s at stake in the process ..read more
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Testosterone Treatment and Fractures in Men
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Testosterone Treatment and Fractures in Men In this subtrial involving middle-aged and older men with hypogonadism, testosterone treatment did not result in a lower incidence of clinical fracture than placebo. Fracture incidence was numerically higher with testosterone ..read more
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What Do Trainees Want? The Rise of House Staff Unions
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What Do Trainees Want? The Rise of House Staff Unions What’s driving the growing movement toward unionization of medical trainees? Can unions meaningfully address trainees’ concerns? And what’s at stake in the process ..read more
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Liquefied Petroleum Gas and Effects on Stunting in Infants
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Liquefied Petroleum Gas and Effects on Stunting in Infants In a randomized trial involving pregnant women in low- and middle-income countries, the use of LPG stoves in place of biomass stoves did not result in a lower risk of stunting in offspring, despite lower levels of household air pollutants ..read more
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