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29 million people remain uninsured in the USA
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29 million people remain uninsured in the USA

Although the Affordable Care Act improved coverage, economic, gender, and racial inequalities still persists

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Have we addressed income-based disparities in health care?

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Doctor dragged from overbooked plane takes legal action

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Half of patients are willing to replace doctors with robots

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  • Clinical Essentials from Korean J Pain
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Dexmedetomine for knee arthroscopy: IA tops IT administration for postop pain, opioid use

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European doctors association publishes policy position on off-label use of medicines

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  • Clinical Essentials from JAMA Neurol
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Vertebrobasilar stroke: which anesthesia type is best during EVT?

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  • Univadis Editorial - Dr Harry Brown
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Alternative finance for the NHS

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  • Clinical Essentials from Cochrane Database Syst Rev
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Labor, delivery pain: meta-analysis finds weak support for remifentanil in patient-controlled analgesia

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Professional & Business

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Cycling to work could reduce cancer risk, says study

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Amino acid restricting diet could ‘starve’ cancer

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Don’t neglect the NHS in June election, warns BMA

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Bullying and anxiety frequent among UK teens

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Links between housing problems and mental illness

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Hundred set to sue NHS over vaginal mesh implants

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  • Clinical Essentials from J Anesth
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Pediatric tonsillectomy: topical ketamine + ropivacaine tops ropivacaine alone for postop pain

Results of a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind trial.

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MSF teams are witnessing summary executions amid renewed conflict in the Central African Republic
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MSF teams are witnessing summary executions amid renewed conflict in the Central African Republic

The organisation says its teams have witnessed summary executions and have found mutilated bodies left exposed to terrorise populations in recent weeks.

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One in 10 young doctors demonstrate 'explicitly unprofessional behaviour' online
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One in 10 young doctors demonstrate 'explicitly unprofessional behaviour' online

More than 10 per cent of doctors had online profiles showing unprofessional behaviour, such as intoxication, profanity and confidential patient information.

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  • Univadis Editorial - Dr Harry Brown
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Planning for the future

Planning relevant training programmes for the next generation of junior doctors

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  • Clinical Essentials from Sci Rep
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Regional anesthesia prevents development of chronic postsurgery pain

Results of a meta-analysis.

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  • Clinical Essentials from Parkinsonism Relat Disord
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Late-stage Parkinson's disease: levodopa challenge fails to improve nonmotor symptoms

The effects of levodopa on nonmotor symptoms in late-stage Parkinson's disease are unclear.

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European Commission publishes guidance on the use of blood products
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European Commission publishes guidance on the use of blood products

The documents provide practical guidance on implementing a patient blood management system as a new standard of care

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  • Clinical Essentials from Eur Respir J
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Sleep issues tied to CABG outcomes

Moderate-severe SDB could be a risk factor for severe postoperative complications in CABG surgery.

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WHO “alarmed” by chemical weapons attack in Syria
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WHO “alarmed” by chemical weapons attack in Syria

Based on the symptoms of the victims, it is now believed that the chemical used was sarin gas.

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  • Clinical Essentials from Sleep
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High-tech mattress overlay may be a good alternative to polysomnography in children

The Sonomat is simple to set up and requires no attachments to the child.

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It's good to talk; communication with patients affects health outcomes

Patients who report good communication with their doctors are less likely to visit the emergency department and more likely to comply with treatment plans.

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  • Clinical Essentials from J Clin Anesth
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Laparoscopic hysterectomy; preemptive pregabalin cuts post-op pain

Pregabalin given at 3 concentrations the night before surgery, 30 min before surgery, and 6 h afterward.

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  • Clinical Essentials from Acta Anaesthesiol Scand
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Open abdominal hysterectomy: local infiltration analgesia reduces post-op pain, morphine use

Study finds no difference in morphine-related adverse effects or time to home discharge.

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  • Univadis Editorial - Dr Harry Brown
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More cuts to come?

Common medications and treatments may be removed from the NHS list of prescribed items

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