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Manchester attack: visiting health workers among first to offer assistance
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Manchester attack: visiting health workers among first to offer assistance

Close to 60 ambulances attended the scene and 59 casualties were treated at Manchester hospitals following the attack on Monday night.

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Stroke research: recommendations to reduce waste and increase value

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Birthdays may not be so ‘happy’ for some

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Scientists identify biomarker to predict cardiovascular risk in T2DM patients

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Improvements for global health law trilogy

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Former Ethiopian health minister elected WHO Director-General

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Global crisis in surgical and anaesthesia workforce

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Severe cutaneous adverse reactions to drugs: diagnosis and management

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European medical schools urged to adopt ‘One Health’ approach

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Study recommends use of ‘digital autopsies’

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Cannabis-based drug could help treat epilepsy in children

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Elderly care costs set for steep increase, say researchers

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GP numbers fall short of targets

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New GMC standards for postgrad training

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Testing platelet counts could speed up cancer diagnosis

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Adversity related injury ups suicide risk
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Adversity related injury ups suicide risk

Adolescents who are admitted to hospital for alcohol, drug, or violence related injuries have a similar risk of suicide in the next 10 years as people...

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A Fitbit-like tracker to predict asthma attacks could be on the way
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A Fitbit-like tracker to predict asthma attacks could be on the way

A portable, wearable system could be commercially available within five years.

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  • Clinical Essentials from National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
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NHLBI launches COPD National Action Plan

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute plan was developed at request from Congress.

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  • Clinical Essentials from JAMA
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Uncomplicated cellulitis doesn't require an anti-MRSA antibiotic, too

Many clinicians prescribe regimens include drugs addressing MRSA.

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  • Clinical Essentials from Int J Colorectal Dis
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CRC: 1 in 10 patients are under age 50

Acute presentation is common in young patients.

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  • Clinical Essentials from Ann Intern Med
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Stroke: IAT shows benefit in patients with extracranial carotid disease

Data from the MR CLEAN study.

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  • Clinical Essentials from J Am Coll Cardiol
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Which patients with HF will benefit most from ICD implantation?

Combination of 2 risk models not only predicts which patients will live longer with an ICD, but also how much extra time the ICD could give them.

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Nurses's follow-up calls following ED discharge don't prevent return visits | AGS
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Nurses's follow-up calls following ED discharge don't prevent return visits | AGS

Rate of return, 15.5% in the intervention group, 15.2% in control group

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  • Univadis Editorial - Dr Harry Brown
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Data –a hugely important topic

NHS should protect patient confidentiality and use it appropriately and legally with the full consent of all patients

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Create a disclosure culture to curb medical errors
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Create a disclosure culture to curb medical errors

In the age of social media, there is real concern that any little slip-up can live on the internet for the rest of someone's career.

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  • Clinical Essentials from J Am Heart Assoc
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High SBP predicts poor stroke outcomes

First evidence for association between BP and mechanical thrombectomy outcomes.

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Death of pet calls for screening for depression in the elderly | AGS
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Death of pet calls for screening for depression in the elderly | AGS

The loss of a pet companion should be considered an important trigger for depression and self-harm in older adults.

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  • Clinical Essentials from Pediatr Pulmonol
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Childhood asthma: high FeNO not tied to symptoms

High FeNO linked to FEV1/FVC, but not FEV1% predicted.

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  • Clinical Essentials from Am J Neuradiol
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Zika: neuroimaging studies first step in differential diagnosis among infants with probably congenital Zika syndrome

Congenital Zika virus syndrome presents with differing levels of severity.

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