At-home testing worked, steroids' effects varied by C-reactive protein level, and hydroxychloroquine and zinc were ineffective for COVID-19, according to newly published studies.
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A 61-year-old woman undergoes routine evaluation. She reports no recent changes in her medications. She has a history of idiopathic deep venous thrombosis. Her only medication is warfarin, initiated 2 months ago. Following a physical exam and international normalized ratio (INR) measurement of 7.2, what is the most appropriate management?
The most common safety issue that resulted in label changes for vaccines was a restriction on the population to be vaccinated, such as pregnant or immunocompromised patients.
Compared to other NSAIDs, celecoxib and meloxicam were associated with a lower risk of bleeding or cardiovascular events among Korean patients who had a myocardial infarction (MI).
An ACP Task Force made recommendations about turning the clinical note into a thoughtful assessment and care plan that captures patients' stories and distinguishes between documentation and communication.