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Clinical Summaries

Adiposity is a risk factor for diabetes in the cardiovascular population


  • Univadis Clinical Summaries
  • Aug 28, 2015
Adiposity increased the risk of diabetes even in patients who did not have metabolic dysfunction.

Basal insulin regimens compared in hospitalized patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus


  • Univadis Clinical Summaries
  • Aug 28, 2015
In a study of hospitalized, non-ICU patients with type 2 diabetes, comparable glucose control and glycemic variability were observed with two different basal insulin regimens; no link was found between higher GV and hospital complications

Chronic knee pain from osteoarthritis: Influence of knee pain location on symptoms, functional status, and knee-related quality of life in older adults


  • Univadis Clinical Summaries
  • Aug 28, 2015
Combined patellofemoral and tibiofemoral pain predicts poorer clinical presentation than isolate pain from each location

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Bubble CPAP for oxygen delivery vs. standard low-flow oxygen therapy had better outcomes in children with very severe pneumonia and hypoxaemia

Effectiveness of bubble continuous positive airway pressure for children with severe pneumonia and hypoxaemia


  • The Lancet
  • Aug 28, 2015
Bubble CPAP for oxygen delivery vs. standard low-flow oxygen therapy had better outcomes in children with very severe pneumonia and hypoxaemia

Percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation was not superior to sham electrical stimulation for treatment of faecal incontinence in adults

Percutaneous tibial nerve vs. sham electrical stimulation for faecal incontinence in adults


  • The Lancet
  • Aug 27, 2015
Percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation was not superior to sham electrical stimulation for treatment of faecal incontinence in adults

Telemedicine-delivered psychotherapy for depression equivalent to the same-room treatment

Telemedicine: A novel approach in psychotherapy for depression in older veterans


  • The Lancet Psychiatry
  • Aug 26, 2015
Telemedicine-delivered psychotherapy for depression equivalent to the same-room treatment

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The JAMA Network

The ability to process complex thoughts, retain things we’ve learned, and learn things are all aspects of cognitive function. As we age, many of these skills decline. Some older adults have reported improvement in cognitive function when they exercise regularly. A new study compared moderate exercise with a health education program to see which one would better preserve cognitive function in older adults.

Does Exercise Improve Cognitive Function In Older Adults?


The ability to process complex thoughts, retain things we’ve learned, and learn things are all aspects of cognitive function. As we age, many of these skills decline. Some older adults have reported improvement in cognitive function when they exercise regularly. A new study compared moderate exercise with a health education program to see which one would better preserve cognitive function in older adults.

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Conference Reports

APA: finding could lead to new therapies to prevent seizures

Brains of people with epilepsy appear to react to music differently


  • RSi Communications
  • Aug 7, 2015
APA: finding could lead to new therapies to prevent seizures

APA: findings emphasize the importance of considering sex when evaluating cannabis’s potential analgesic efficacy

Cannabis increases pain threshold and tolerance in men but not women


  • RSi Communications
  • Aug 7, 2015
APA: findings emphasize the importance of considering sex when evaluating cannabis’s potential analgesic efficacy

APA: eight out of ten adults report sexting in previous year

Sexting common and good for your relationship, investigators find


  • RSi Communications
  • Aug 7, 2015
APA: eight out of ten adults report sexting in previous year

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