Recommended on Univadis

  • Univadis
  • 1 comment

Usefulness of Low Cardiac Index to Predict Sleep-Disordered Breathing in Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary Hypertension

Study confirms sleep disordered breathing is more common CTEPH than in the general population and suggests a potential solution

Read more
  • Univadis Medical News
  • 1 comment

Endocrine Society issues guidelines on glucose monitors

Read more
  • Clinical Essentials from Prostate Cancer Prostatic Dis
  • 2 comments

Post-docetaxel mCRPC: no survival benefit for prednisone

Read more
  • Clinical Essentials from Ann Oncol
  • no comment
  • FULLTEXT

ESMO issues guidelines for metastatic NSCLC

Read more
  • Monthly Essentials
  • 1 comment

Lipids and CAD: Monthly Essentials September 2016

Read more
  • Clinical Essentials from FDA press release
  • 0 comments
  • FULLTEXT

FDA approves first automated insulin delivery device for type 1 diabetes

Read more
  • Clinical Essentials from J Neurol Sci
  • 1 comment
  • FULLTEXT

ALS with frontotemporal syndrome reduces survival benefit of noninvasive ventilation

Read more
  • Clinical Essentials from JAMA Psychiatry
  • 7 comments
  • FULLTEXT

Psychosis risk, cannabis use dose-dependent

Read more
  • Univadis Medical News
  • 1 comment

Riding roller coasters may help to clear kidney stones

Read more

Professional & Business

  • International Medical Press

High Court ruling supports junior doctors’ contract

Read more
  • International Medical Press

Bowel cancer could be diagnosed earlier

Read more
  • International Medical Press

Inaccurate GP lists waste taxpayers money

Read more
  • International Medical Press

Junior doctors ‘angered’ over strike suspension

Read more
  • International Medical Press

Wide variation in neonatal care, says report

Read more
  • International Medical Press

Radical rethink of public health approach required

Read more
View more

New on Univadis

Predicting response to anti-HER2 therapy using RNA sequencing
  • JAMA Oncology
  • 9 comments
  • FULLTEXT

Predicting response to anti-HER2 therapy using RNA sequencing

The study examines association between gene expression–based biomarkers and response to anti-HER2 therapy

Read more
Spindle cell tumors of the salivary gland: Four cases | ESP
  • Conference reports - RSi Communications
  • 4 comments

Spindle cell tumors of the salivary gland: Four cases | ESP

The cytology of spindle cells lesions encompasses a wide variety of lesions, with potential pitfalls.

Read more
Insulin resistance does not reduce effectiveness of DAA therapy and improves after treatment | EASL Special Conference on HCV
  • Conference reports - RSi Communications
  • 1 comment

Insulin resistance does not reduce effectiveness of DAA therapy and improves after treatment | EASL Special Conference on HCV

Insulin resistant HCV patients treated with DAA therapy achieve SVR at rates comparable to those without insulin resistance.

Read more
Direct-acting antiviral therapy demonstrates excellent effectiveness in real-world setting | EASL Special Conference on HCV
  • Conference reports - RSi Communications
  • no comment

Direct-acting antiviral therapy demonstrates excellent effectiveness in real-world setting | EASL Special Conference on HCV

A meta-analysis of real-world data indicates that DAA regimens consisting of OBV/PTV/r ± DSV ± RBV are highly effective for HCV patients with genotypes 1 or 4.

Read more
SOX2 loss predicts adverse survival of esophageal adenocarcinoma patients | ESP
  • Conference reports - RSi Communications
  • 10 comments

SOX2 loss predicts adverse survival of esophageal adenocarcinoma patients | ESP

The prognosis of EAC remains poor but is highly variable.

Read more
Med diet helps UK heart health
  • BMJ News
  • no comment

Med diet helps UK heart health

Following a Mediterranean-type diet in the United Kingdom is linked to a lower incidence of cardiovascular disease and mortality, a study has found.

Read more
Pill linked to depression in teenagers
  • BMJ News
  • 1 comment

Pill linked to depression in teenagers

Use of hormonal contraceptives, especially among adolescents, was associated with subsequent antidepressant use and a first diagnosis of depression, a...

Read more
  • Clinical Essentials from Ann Hematol
  • 1 comment

Newly diagnosed FL: watch and wait remains worthwhile in the rituximab era

No meaningful differences in outcomes compared with immediately treated patients.

Read more
  • Clinical Essentials from Ann Intern Med
  • 1 comment

CRC: is colonoscopy screening beneficial after age 70?

US population-based data show a modest benefit that decreases with age.

Read more
  • Clinical Essentials from Int J Cancer
  • 9 comments

Ovarian cancer and PCOS: is there a relationship?

Ovarian cancer is a group of cancers with a diverse etiology.

Read more
  • Clinical Essentials from PLoS Negl Trop Dis
  • 4 comments

Dengue virus: prognostic biomarkers identified

Biomarkers help discriminate patients at high risk for DENV shock, organ failure.

Read more
  • Clinical Essentials from Ann Behav Med
  • 1 comment

Smoking cessation: address depression in patients with cancer

Psychological treatments may be useful adjuncts for depressed patients in tobacco cessation programs.

Read more
  • Clinical Essentials from Breast
  • 1 comment

Sentinel lymph node micrometastasis: better survival with axillary clearance

Most guidelines do not recommend lymph node removal if micrometastasis is the only finding.

Read more
  • Clinical Essentials from PLoS Med
  • 1 comments

Midwives vs MDs: who has better obstetrical outcomes?

A study from New Zealand shows better outcomes from MDs.

Read more