January 2019 Issue of Clinical Advisor
Study findings measure quality of life for pregnant patients with breast cancer and reveals the effectiveness of disease-specific assessment tools.
Researchers sought to determine how subjective measures of CIPN correlated with objective measures of CIPN.
Pilot study sought to determine risk of breast cancer among African American women veterans.
Researchers find that surgical decision making is often driven by factors beyond extent of disease.
Black women with the most common type of breast cancer had worse clinical outcomes compared with white women, despite receiving similar systemic therapy.
New research may help identify new candidate targets and stratify patients eligible for innovative therapies.
Researchers sought to determine if the complementary practice could prevent CIPN in patients receiving adjuvant chemotherapy for breast cancer.
Early age of menopause development is associated with lower overall life expectancy and fewer years of life without diabetes.
Socioeconomically challenged patients with obesity and elevated cardiovascular risk may benefit from digital obesity treatment combined with health system resources.
Between 2012 and 2016, trends in primary care visits suggest that physician office visits dropped across every state in the Unites States while visits to ...
USPSTF Updates Recommendations for Screening, Behavioral Interventions to Reduce Unhealthy Alcohol Use
The USPSTF recommends that primary care providers assess for unhealthy use of alcohol and offer behavioral counseling interventions in patients ≥18 years of age.
The probiotic Lactobacillus reuteri DSM17938 may be useful for managing colic in breastfed infants; however, its efficacy in formula-fed infants is unclear.
Severity of symptoms of vulvovaginal atrophy in postmenopausal women was found to have an impact on quality of life.
Could type of clinician rendering care influence outcomes for patients with diabetes?
Pediatric patients with peanut allergy may benefit from an oral immunomodulatory treatment that can reduce the severity of symptoms associated with peanut protein ingestion.
Nurse staffing ratios and subjective workload were found to be directly associated with missed care in a NICU.
Low vitamin D levels have been linked to multiple diseases including some cancers, neurologic disorders, decrease in bone density, and cognitive decline in the elderly, ...
A visit to a primary care provider for routine evaluation uncovers an incidental finding of hypercalcemia.
A nurse practitioner sues her former employer after being fired for refusing to get a flu shot.