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Gender-related cardiovascular health disparities in patients with Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease
The use of clinical signs as a sole guide to assess the severity of respiratory conditions is very limited. This study shows that performing spirometry whenever patients report dyspnea makes a big difference in clinical outcomes.
31.08.21 02:57 PM - Comment(s)
Risks of underestimating Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in primary care
The use of clinical signs as a sole guide to assess the severity of respiratory conditions is very limited. This study shows that performing spirometry whenever patients report dyspnea makes a big difference in clinical outcomes.
31.08.21 02:57 PM - Comment(s)
Assessment of Prolonged Physiological and Behavioral Changes Associated With COVID-19
Doctors have observed that COVID-19 patients have long-term symptoms of autonomic dysfunction and heart insult up to 6 months from the onset of the disease.
30.07.21 10:04 PM - Comment(s)
Patient-centered medicine vs. patient-centered care
As the life expectancy has increased, so has the burden of chronic diseases. Although caregiving can help the patient gain control over his life, not being related to vital control can contribute to suffocating him.
27.07.21 10:12 PM - Comment(s)
Evaluation of the patient with Premature Ventricular Contractions
What to do with those patients when we detect monomorphic Premature Ventricular Contractions on the ECG?
27.07.21 10:06 PM - Comment(s)