• Most Migraine Patients Lack Treatment

    One year ago - By MedPageToday

    Fewer than one in three people with migraine took guideline-recommended prescription medication, data presented at the American Headache Society annual scientific meeting showed.
    About 28% of survey respondents with mild...
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  • PROs better for measuring toxicities than patient satisfaction

    PROs better for measuring toxicities than patient satisfaction

    One year ago - By Healio

    New data suggest patient-reported outcomes, or PROs, may not always reflect the effects of cancer treatment and may be more indicative of treatment-related toxicities than patient happiness with cosmetic outcomes, according to a 1-year post radiation study presented at ASCO20 Virtual Scientific Program.
    “What we found was that didn't really have to do with the treatment as much as their mood coming into the actual treatment. Baseline levels of depression, independent of the treatment itself for their cancer, had a profound impact on whether or not they were happy with their
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  • Keys to HF Telemonitoring Success: Insights From OSICAT

    One year ago - By Medscape

    'Our data strongly imply that one size might not fit all when considering telemonitoring solutions in heart failure patients,' a researcher said.
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  • More Data Suggest Proning Helps COVID-19 Patients

    More Data Suggest Proning Helps COVID-19 Patients

    One year ago - By MedPageToday

    Oxygenation improved in hospitalized patients with COVID-19 with severe hypoxemic respiratory failure when they were placed in the prone position, a small study in New York City found.
    One hour after initiation, oxyhemoglobin...
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  • IBD Patients With COVID-19 Not at Increased Risk of Severe Disease

    One year ago - By Medscape

    Patients with inflammatory bowel disease who contract COVID-19 are not at increased risk of severe disease compared to people without IBD, new findings suggest.
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  • Short-Term Ventilator Sharing May Be Viable for COVID-19 Patients

    One year ago - By Medscape

    Ventilators can be safely shared by two COVID-19 patients for up to two days, a small US study found, validating an experimental method followed by hospitals struggling to handle the onslaught of lung failure cases with limited medical resources.
    Reuters Health Information
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  • New research on COVID-19-related illness in kids: What parents need to know

    One year ago - By NBC News

    While the symptoms of MIS-C are serious and scary, doctors say that children respond well to treatment.
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  • Comorbidities Increase COVID-19 Deaths by Factor of 12

    One year ago - By Medscape

    Among those with underlying conditions, such as cardiovascular disease or diabetes, 45.4% of patients with COVID-19 were hospitalized vs just 7.6% of patients with no comorbidity, a CDC report states.
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  • The medical establishment has been pushing flawed data to withhold a viable treatment for COVID-19 patients - does anyone remember Tuskegee?

    The medical establishment has been pushing flawed data to withhold a viable treatment for COVID-19 patients - does anyone remember Tuskegee?

    One year ago - By Natural News

    The World Health Organization and governments around the world have been using flawed data to withhold a viable treatment for patients with covid-19. The trusted data, published in prestigious medical journals, turns out to be fraudulent and comes from an obscure medical analytics company that is run in part by a science fiction...
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