NEJM This Week - May 25, 201724 May 2017
Featuring articles on cannabidiol for seizures in the Dravet syndrome, levosimendan after cardiac surgery, oil or water contrast for hysterosalpingography, nicotinamide and glaucoma, and medical assistance in dying; a review article on acute myocardial infarction; a case report of a woman with urinary incontinence; and Perspective articles on accelerated approval and expensive drugs, on emerging from EHR purgatory, and on sharing clinical and genomic data on cancer.
NEJM This Week - May 18, 201717 May 2017
Featuring articles on KIT inhibition by imatinib in severe asthma, treating eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis, evacetrapib in high-risk vascular disease, exercise training in dieting obese older adults, and ularitide in acute heart failure; a review article on the physiological effect of chronic hypoxia; a case report of a woman with skin lesions after travel abroad; and Perspective articles on physicians, firearms, and free speech; on the the committed perspective; on creating a real-world information economy; and on a letter to a young female physician.
NEJM This Week - May 11, 201710 May 2017
Featuring articles on instantaneous wave-free ratio vs. fractional flow reserve, not-so-benign endometriosis, use of the NHLBI data repository, and testing Zika virus vaccines; a review article on cerebral arteriovenous malformations; a case report of a man with swelling of the calf and a rash; and Perspective articles on the future of transgender coverage, on big insurance mergers, on medical liability, and on CABG at 50 (or 107?).
NEJM This Week - May 4, 20173 May 2017
Featuring articles on evolocumab and cardiovascular outcomes, tofacitinib for ulcerative colitis, bystander efforts in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, and teprotumumab for thyroid-associated ophthalmopathy; review articles on partnerships among researchers, patient groups, and industry and on acute kidney injury in patients with cancer; a Clinical Problem-Solving article on going back to the history; and Perspective articles on why Trump’s NIH funding cuts would be a disaster, on resident duty hours, on how the FDA saved taxpayers billions, and on health insurance and emergency department use.
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