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New Data Suggest Apple Watch Algorithm is Accurate in Atrial Fibrillation Detection
An Apple Watch feature designed to detect atrial fibrillation was associated with a low rate of false-positive detections and high specificity in persons with AF.
Best Practices in the Utilization of Preventative Testing and Screening to Optimize Men’s Health
Experts in the management of men’s health provide their input on the best practices in preventative testing and screening measures to optimize the health of male patients.
Antibiotics Unlikely to Save Lives of Patients Hospitalized with Respiratory Infections
In most patients with viral respiratory infections, the chance of bacterial coinfection is low and antibiotics can be withheld safely, say authors of a new study.
Distress Signals: How to Help a Clinician Colleague in Need
"Primary Viewpoints," a podcast from Patient Care Online, brings you an exclusive interview with Rebekah Bernard, MD, a family physician and national speaker on physician wellness.
Screening for Diabetes by Age vs by Weight Could Reduce US Health Disparities, Suggests a New Study
The disproportionate prevalence of undiagnosed diabetes among racial/ethnic minorities in the US begs for a new screening paradigm; this may be the one.
Use of Multiple Specimen Types in RSV Testing May Improve Detection Rates, Suggests New Review and Meta-analysis
Adding paired serology and sputum to nasal swab/nasopharyngeal swabs RT-PCR increased RSV detection by 50% to 66% on average, respectively.
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