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Blue Sclera and the Magic Bullet for Hypertension
Brown eyes, blue sclera; stress tests when a patient can’t stress; CRPS type I vs CRPS type II: can you answer these quiz questions?
Embolism, Effusion or Something Else? A Quiz
What does this chest film tell you about the cause of flank and abdominal pain? We invite you to answer this and 4 other questions about cocaine, opioids, a skin lesion, and hypertension.
Older Hypertensive Men Can Lower Death Risk With Exercise
Even moderate amounts of exercise can lower the risk of death in older men with high blood pressure, a new study shows.
Medication Errors in Adults—Case #10: Nonadherence
A greater focus on potential barriers may help prevent errors, increased costs, and poor patient outcomes.
Blood Pressure Differs in Acute Hemorrhagic Versus Ischemic Stroke
Blood pressure changes, and management, are different in hemorrhagic stroke. A new analysis suggests prognostic signals in blood pressure variability, and clues to management, in hemorrhagic stroke.
To Prevent a Second Stroke, Lower Blood Pressure to Normal
All patients with stroke should have their blood pressure lowered to normal levels, a new study shows.
Medication Errors in Adults—Case #9: Traditional Errors
No discussion of medication errors should exclude traditional medication-related problems, such as those associated with confused drug names.
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