Journal Watch

Vol.
26
No.
22
Nov.
15
2006

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Journal Watch : the new england journal of medicine

November 15 2006.

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dhea and testosterone supplementation, no anti aging bebefits for older adults; ct screening for lung cancer; carotid stenting vs endarterectomy, more confusion than clarity; more ambiguous results on carotid stenting vs endarterectomy; what is the optimal timing for carotid endarterectomy; drug eluting stents for st segment elevation mi; invasive strategy for non st elevation myocardial ischemia still beneficial at 5 years; high dose statins benefit patients with chd and metabolic syndrome; valvular heart disease still prevalent, especially in elders; adult survivors of childhood cancer; is influenza vaccination safe in young children; reactions to a second dose of mmr vaccine; a whole virus vaccine for avian flu appears safe and immungenic; causes of death in the haart era; does medical therapy aid in the passage of ureteral stones; inhaled corticosteroids and risk of fracture; double balloon enteroscopy, new approach for suspected small bowel bleeding; do ppis increase risk for community acquired c. difficile infection; probiotics prevent antibiotic associated diarrhea in children; substantial weight loss between pregnancies increases the risk for preterm birth; weight gain between pregnancies may adversely affect pregnancy outcomes; still more results from a large depression trial.

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dhea and testosterone supplementation, no anti aging bebefits for older adults; ct screening for lung cancer; carotid stenting vs endarterectomy, more confusion than clarity; more ambiguous results on carotid stenting vs endarterectomy; what is the optimal timing for carotid endarterectomy; drug eluting stents for st segment elevation mi; invasive strategy for non st elevation myocardial ischemia still beneficial at 5 years; high dose statins benefit patients with chd and metabolic syndrome; valvular heart disease still prevalent, especially in elders; adult survivors of childhood cancer; is influenza vaccination safe in young children; reactions to a second dose of mmr vaccine; a whole virus vaccine for avian flu appears safe and immungenic; causes of death in the haart era; does medical therapy aid in the passage of ureteral stones; inhaled corticosteroids and risk of fracture; double balloon enteroscopy, new approach for suspected small bowel bleeding; do ppis increase risk for community acquired c. difficile infection; probiotics prevent antibiotic associated diarrhea in children; substantial weight loss between pregnancies increases the risk for preterm birth; weight gain between pregnancies may adversely affect pregnancy outcomes; still more results from a large depression trial.

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