Do topical insect repellents reduce outdoor biting and morbidity from malaria?
Crystalline silica is one of the most common minerals and a common air pollutant in both working and living environments. This large, long-term study assesses its relationship to lung cancer risk.
Are pharmacists prepared to educate the increasing number of patients taking OTC medications?
Blastoschizomyces capitatus is recognized as an emerging fungal pathogen in immunocompromised patients, especially those with underlying hematologic malignancies.
How safe and effective is the anti-malarial drug, Primaquine?
Is structured training a successful strategy for introducing handheld computers to physicians?
Giving patients oral anticoagulation therapy in an ambulatory clinic setting is associated with substantial risk of adverse outcomes leading to emergency department visits and unplanned inpatient admissions.
Can expression levels of the tumor suppressor gene Smad4 serve as a useful biomarker in predicting failure of response to 5-FU-based chemotherapy?
Is cognition affected by atrial fibrillation in patients with no history of stroke?
This overview focuses on current best-evidence in the diagnosis and management of transitional cell carcinoma, which comprises over 90% of bladder cancers.
Who was Sabina Spielrein, and were her theories ahead of their time?
Surgical checklists can make a substantial difference to patient safety, but implementation requires flexibility.
While renal manifestations of sarcoidosis are common, it's unusual for renal failure to be the initial presentation, as this case demonstrates.
For patients with diabetes, revascularization strategy is critical. Find out why it matters most.
Are patients with insomnia at an increased risk of experiencing suicidal ideation and/or making a successful suicide attempt?
What are the effects of maternal and paternal age on risk of autism spectrum disorder?
Learn from the case of a patient exposed to environmental CA-MRSA who failed outpatient treatment and required inpatient antimicrobial therapy.
Presented is a case of recurrent MCC, treated aggressively with wide local excision, regional lymphadenectomy, and immediate reconstruction.
Should patients having emergency Caesarean section under regional anaesthesia receive supplemental oxygen or not?
This study attempts to disentangle the association of early administration of paracetamol and antibiotics with wheezing. Is there a causal relationship?