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Tune in to learn more about better identifying risk factors, clinical features, & co-morbidities associated with SSc-ILD...
02/20/2020
Systemic Sclerosis Interstitial Lung Disease: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Diagnosis, Treatment, & Longitudinal Management

Tune in to learn more about better identifying risk factors, clinical features, & co-morbidities associated with SSc-ILD. http://ow.ly/22nU50xg5JF #ILD

Systemic sclerosis (SSc) is a rare disease characterized most often by skin thickening and referred to as scleroderma. This chronic disease involves internal organs and often leads to intestinal, kidney, lung, and heart problems. Interstitial Lung Disea...

Surgeons at King's College Hospital managed to remove over 90% of a patient’s brain tumor while she played her violin.  ...
02/20/2020

Surgeons at King's College Hospital managed to remove over 90% of a patient’s brain tumor while she played her violin. Take a look at the remarkable procedure here: https://bit.ly/2T1gdq7

#Asthma is one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood. Integrate these newer & more effective treatments for c...
02/20/2020
Pediatric Asthma: Evidence-Based Approaches in Poorly-Controlled Disease

#Asthma is one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood. Integrate these newer & more effective treatments for children with resistant or moderate-to-severe asthma: http://ow.ly/ahwa50xBum1

Asthma is one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood. While most children achieve asthma control, some develop severe and persistent disease that cannot be controlled with standard treatment options. Evolut...

Explore the initial and ongoing management of nontuberculous mycobacteria lung disease (NTM-LD) through the use of share...
02/20/2020
Clinical Exchanges®: Optimizing Management of Nontuberculous Mycobacteria Lung Disease

Explore the initial and ongoing management of nontuberculous mycobacteria lung disease (NTM-LD) through the use of shared decision making: http://ow.ly/5yxY50xeeoo

The successful management of nontuberculous mycobacteria lung disease (NTM-LD) remains challenging owing to the need for long-term treatment, the ongoing risks of adverse drug reactions, and the potential for nonadherence. These factors underscore the i...

This morning, Drs. Kathleen O’Neill & Nawar Latif sat down with Dr. Jennifer Caudle to discuss the advantages of using l...
02/20/2020

This morning, Drs. Kathleen O’Neill & Nawar Latif sat down with Dr. Jennifer Caudle to discuss the advantages of using living donors in uterine transplants & what comes next for the UNTIL trial at Penn Medicine.

Thursday morning recording session with Dr. Ari Brooks from Penn Medicine! He and Dr. Jennifer Caudle took some time to ...
02/20/2020

Thursday morning recording session with Dr. Ari Brooks from Penn Medicine! He and Dr. Jennifer Caudle took some time to discuss the current state of #breastcancer treatment and what that means for future clinical trials.

Nearly 30 years ago, David Caldwell was born prematurely at Saint Peter's University Hospital.  3 weeks ago, his son mad...
02/19/2020

Nearly 30 years ago, David Caldwell was born prematurely at Saint Peter's University Hospital.

3 weeks ago, his son made an early arrival with help from the same nurse. https://cnn.it/2SGPYpZ

Why might severe neurological symptoms be associated with #testicularcancer? Take a deep dive into the research that may...
02/19/2020
Paraneoplastic Encephalitis: How This New Discovery Relates to Testicular Cancer

Why might severe neurological symptoms be associated with #testicularcancer? Take a deep dive into the research that may have found the answer: http://ow.ly/9IJB50xEl51

Mayo Foundation For Medical Education and Research. All Rights Reserved. There’s been an exciting new discovery in the world of paraneoplastic syndromes, and here to share the findings with Dr. Jennifer Caudle is Dr. Div Dubey from Mayo Clinic....

What are the limitations & potential benefits of genome-wide NIPT? Dr. Jennifer Caudle sits down with Dr. Liza Kunz to d...
02/19/2020
Look Before You Leap: The Clinical Value of Genome-Wide NIPT

What are the limitations & potential benefits of genome-wide NIPT? Dr. Jennifer Caudle sits down with Dr. Liza Kunz to discuss whether expanding to genome-wide #NIPT is right for your practice: http://ow.ly/n6rS50xCfSO

Amid the expanding noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT) options, Dr. Liza Kunz joins Dr. Jennifer Caudle to discuss what differentiates genome-wide NIPT from other options, how it works, and its limitations and potential benefits.


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#Obesity can have serious adverse effects on women, including poor mental health, reduced quality of life/productivity, ...
02/19/2020
Medical Management of Obesity in Women’s Health

#Obesity can have serious adverse effects on women, including poor mental health, reduced quality of life/productivity, & increased mortality. Uncover how we can help patients reach long-term weight goals to improve their health: http://ow.ly/xnaJ30q35dC

Obesity is a common and morbid disease that affects two-thirds of American women and can have serious adverse effects, including poor mental health outcomes, reduced quality of life/productivity, and increased mortality. Weight loss is key to improving ...

Have you heard of Easy IJ? Get to know the procedure that’s gaining traction as a potentially safe, effective, & rapid s...
02/18/2020
Easy IJ & Emerging Solutions for Difficult IV Access Cases

Have you heard of Easy IJ? Get to know the procedure that’s gaining traction as a potentially safe, effective, & rapid solution in #vascular access care: http://ow.ly/LFgK50xClfC

Since options for difficult intravenous (IV) access cases are still often limited in many emergency departments, vascular access care teams are strategizing easier solutions. Join Amy Mackey as she speaks with Dr. Andrew Little about novel approaches to...

Join Dr. Mark Socinski of Pitt School of Medicine & Dr. Tarek Mekhail of AdventHealth Cancer Institute identify appropri...
02/18/2020
Insights from the Latest Clinical Trials in Lung Cancer

Join Dr. Mark Socinski of Pitt School of Medicine & Dr. Tarek Mekhail of AdventHealth Cancer Institute identify appropriate first-line molecular testing in #NSCLC that can be used to impact treatment selection: http://ow.ly/7JRM50xVxqX #NSCLC

In spite of the available evidence supporting the critical need for molecular testing to help determine which treatment is best for patients with non-small cell lung cancer, better strategies are needed to change how and when molecular testing occurs in...

Even though there isn’t currently a cure for #cysticfibrosis, there may finally be hope on the horizon for the more than...
02/18/2020
An In-Depth Look at the Evolution of Cystic Fibrosis Treatments

Even though there isn’t currently a cure for #cysticfibrosis, there may finally be hope on the horizon for the more than 70,000 people living with this debilitating disease. https://bit.ly/37ihJt4

Even though there currently isn’t a cure for cystic fibrosis, there may finally be hope on the horizon for the more than 70,000 people around the world who are living with this debilitating disease. Joining Dr. Paul Dogramji to talk about the emerging t...

Deep dive into the groundbreaking study that’s turning the traditional approach to “inoperable” #pancreaticcancer on its...
02/17/2020
New Treatment Approaches for Historically Inoperable Pancreatic Cancers

Deep dive into the groundbreaking study that’s turning the traditional approach to “inoperable” #pancreaticcancer on its head: http://ow.ly/EHmf50xEmJX

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About a third of the 55,000 Americans diagnosed with pancreatic cancer each year were considered inoperable due to the tumor growing outside the pancreas. But now, that co...

All the President’s Surgeries: Critical care NP Daria Ruffolo gives a historical perspective on emergency surgery of the...
02/17/2020
Emergency Surgery of the Presidents

All the President’s Surgeries: Critical care NP Daria Ruffolo gives a historical perspective on emergency surgery of the Presidents. https://bit.ly/2wkzHyh #PresidentsDay

Join Daria Ruffolo, trauma/surgical critical care nurse practitioner for over 30 years, as she gives a historical perspective on emergency surgery of the Presidents.

Dr. Joseph K. Han examines biologic therapies targeting type 2 inflammatory pathways as a treatment for patients with CR...
02/17/2020
Sniffing Out the Problem: A Dive into Management for Chronic Rhinosinusitis with Nasal Polyps

Dr. Joseph K. Han examines biologic therapies targeting type 2 inflammatory pathways as a treatment for patients with CRSwNP. http://ow.ly/Rp9B50xecH9

Chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps (CRSwNP) is associated with significant morbidity and negatively impacts quality of life. The good news is that biologic therapies targeting type 2 inflammatory pathways provide additional treatment options for C...

Obesity affects 2/3 of American women & can have serious adverse effects. How can we help patients manage #obesity & ult...
02/17/2020
Medical Management of Obesity in Women’s Health

Obesity affects 2/3 of American women & can have serious adverse effects. How can we help patients manage #obesity & ultimately improve health outcomes? http://ow.ly/xnaJ30q35dC

Obesity is a common and morbid disease that affects two-thirds of American women and can have serious adverse effects, including poor mental health outcomes, reduced quality of life/productivity, and increased mortality. Weight loss is key to improving ...

Women aged 50-70 who consume alcohol at high risk levels perceive their drinking as normal & acceptable, as long as they...
02/16/2020
Many Middle-Aged Women Perceive Their Drinking as Normal

Women aged 50-70 who consume alcohol at high risk levels perceive their drinking as normal & acceptable, as long as they appear respectable & in control. https://bit.ly/2Hl5q4R

Women aged 50-70 are more likely than younger women to consume alcohol at levels that exceed low risk drinking guidelines -- and most think that's just perfectly fine.New Edith Cowan University (ECU) research has found that despite...

Does using #cannabis increase our susceptibility to false #memories? That’s the exact question researchers wanted the an...
02/15/2020
Does Using Cannabis Increase Our Susceptibility to False Memories?

Does using #cannabis increase our susceptibility to false #memories? That’s the exact question researchers wanted the answer to. https://bit.ly/31P1P8p

A team of researchers from The Netherlands, Belgium, Australia, Germany, and the U.S. has found evidence showing that the use of cannabis consistently leads to an increase in susceptibility to false memories. I...

Roses are red. Violets are blue. This #Valentine throwback is our love letter to you!Celebrate #ValentinesDay by taking ...
02/14/2020
The History of Sexually Transmitted Diseases: a Retrospective with Author Aine Collier

Roses are red. Violets are blue. This #Valentine throwback is our love letter to you!

Celebrate #ValentinesDay by taking a look back at the history of #STIs. https://bit.ly/2OLCh6L #FlashbackFriday

“A mysterious epidemic, hitherto unknown, which had struck terror into all hearts by the rapidity of its spread, the ravages it made, and the apparent helplessness of the physicians to cure it.” This 16th century writer was discussing syphilis. Author A...

You know the old saying, “happy wife, happy life.” Well, now there’s science to back this up, and just in time for #Vale...
02/14/2020
Happy Wife, Happy Life Is an Actual Thing, According to New Research

You know the old saying, “happy wife, happy life.”

Well, now there’s science to back this up, and just in time for #ValentinesDay. https://bit.ly/2Sosjuh

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Science now supports the saying, “happy wife, happy life.” Michigan State University research found that those who are optimistic contribute to the health of their partners, staving off the risk factors leading to Alzheimer&...

Not only is the #insomnia of #Alzheimer’s difficult to manage, but it may also impact the normal functioning of the brai...
02/14/2020
Addressing Insomnia in Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease

Not only is the #insomnia of #Alzheimer’s difficult to manage, but it may also impact the normal functioning of the brain’s glymphatic system. Uncover approaches to help manage these sleep disturbances: http://ow.ly/Cr2w50xK2kQ

Patients with Alzheimer’s disease can exhibit increasingly severe sleep disturbances as their disease progresses. Not only is the insomnia of Alzheimer’s complex to manage, the sleep disturbance(s) may impact the normal functioning of the brain glymphat...

Miss the 2019 ACAAI annual scientific meeting? We've got you covered! Dr. Carla McGuire Davis & Dr. Katherine Anagnostou...
02/14/2020
Key Food Allergy Insights from the 2019 ACAAI Annual Scientific Meeting

Miss the 2019 ACAAI annual scientific meeting? We've got you covered! Dr. Carla McGuire Davis & Dr. Katherine Anagnostou are covering the latest in #foodallergy management: http://ow.ly/GxR450xqQdN

Recorded live on the floor of the 2019 American College of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology (ACAAI) annual scientific meeting, we caught up with Dr. Carla Mcguire Davis and Dr. Aikaterini Anagnostou, who shared insights from their presentations given at the conference and other important highlights...

Drs. Marina Magrey & Siba Raychaudhuri explore the role of IL-17 in the pathophysiology of PsA.  Join the conversation n...
02/13/2020
The Role of IL-17 in PsA Pathophysiology and Treatment Plans

Drs. Marina Magrey & Siba Raychaudhuri explore the role of IL-17 in the pathophysiology of PsA. Join the conversation now: http://ow.ly/GKW430q0iN8

Although there are now a plethora of distinctive psoriatic arthritis (PsA) agents to select from, a substantial number of patients with PsA still do not achieve optimal long-term outcomes. These shortcomings are in part due to a lack of knowledge and co...

Vaso-occlusive crisis is characterized as the sudden onset of severe pain in patients with #sicklecell disease. Now, new...
02/13/2020
Novel Interventions for Preventing & Reducing Pain Crisis in Sickle Cell Disease

Vaso-occlusive crisis is characterized as the sudden onset of severe pain in patients with #sicklecell disease. Now, new therapies are becoming available for those suffering from VOC: http://ow.ly/FEKW50xBrAL

Sickle cell disease (SCD) affects approximately 100,000 individuals in the United States. Vaso-occlusive crisis (VOC), characterized by the sudden onset of severe pain, is the most common reason for hospital visits in patients with SCD. However, despite the availability of guidelines on the recommen...

Although adrenoleukodystrophy is rare, its impacts cannot be underestimated.  That’s why Dr. Paul Orchard joins Mario Na...
02/13/2020
Keys to Avoiding an Adrenoleukodystrophy Misdiagnosis

Although adrenoleukodystrophy is rare, its impacts cannot be underestimated. That’s why Dr. Paul Orchard joins Mario Nacinovich to talk about this fatal genetic disease. https://bit.ly/2vjYfXN

Although it only affects about one in 18,000 people, the impacts of adrenoleukodystrophy cannot be underestimated. That’s why Dr. Paul Orchard joins Mario Nacinovich to talk about this rare—and fatal—genetic disease, why it’s often underdiagnosed and co...

Safe sex? We LOVE to see it.Here’s how you can help your patients spread love, not #STIs, this #ValentinesDay. https://b...
02/13/2020
Seductive Delusions: How Everyday People Catch STDs

Safe sex? We LOVE to see it.

Here’s how you can help your patients spread love, not #STIs, this #ValentinesDay. https://bit.ly/2SRVMMz

STDs are widespread in all walks of life, regardless of gender, race, social status, or education. Seduced into complacency by the notion that "it can't happen to me" many sexually active teens and young adults are stunned when they are diagnosed with a...

Are we doing enough to validate data from trials & meta-analyses before applying them to vascular access decisions? A va...
02/12/2020
Beyond Abstracts: Improving Data Analysis in Vascular Access Care

Are we doing enough to validate data from trials & meta-analyses before applying them to vascular access decisions? A vascular access specialist at Stanford Health Care weighs in: http://ow.ly/Z5eQ50xFf4a

In the face of challenging vascular access situations, we typically turn to available evidence to help us make sound decisions, but what happens when that same evidence is interpreted differently across vascular access teams and institutions? To help ad...

From “I Am Legend” to “The Walking Dead,” our society has long been fascinated by stories of disease.  What can these fi...
02/12/2020
What Fictional Pandemics Can Teach Us About Real-World Survival

From “I Am Legend” to “The Walking Dead,” our society has long been fascinated by stories of disease. What can these fictional pandemics teach us about fighting the real thing? https://n.pr/37mjm9p

People have been telling stories about pandemics for thousands of years — once, they were tales of divine retribution, but today they're often rooted in current events like the coronavirus outbreak.

It’s a really exciting time within the #cysticfibrosis community thanks to the recent treatment advances. Review the swe...
02/12/2020
Catching Cystic Fibrosis: Key Diagnostic & Management Updates

It’s a really exciting time within the #cysticfibrosis community thanks to the recent treatment advances. Review the sweat chloride test, CFTR modulator therapies, & other emerging strategies for CF diagnosis & treatment: http://ow.ly/LELf50xbpJU

Drs. Natalie West and Allison Lambert join Dr. Kristina Montemayor on the floor of the 2019 CHEST annual conference to talk about the sweat chloride test, CFTR modulator therapies, and other emerging strategies for diagnosing and treating patients with cystic fibrosis. In this episode, Drs. West, La...

How can we better recognize potential bleeding disorders & find management strategies for our female patients? http://ow...
02/11/2020
Bleeding Disorders and Female Patients: Emerging Options in Hemostasis

How can we better recognize potential bleeding disorders & find management strategies for our female patients? http://ow.ly/IXO830q34Ec

Women with bleeding disorders, including those with hemophilia and other rare inherited bleeding disorders, are disproportionately affected by bleeding than men due to menstruation and pregnancy. However, evidence suggests that many Ob/Gyns have difficu...

Results of an Expert Delphi Consensus Survey on clinical scenarios considered when initiating oral PPAs for patients wit...
02/11/2020
An Expert Consensus Survey on Oral Prostacyclin Pathway Agents

Results of an Expert Delphi Consensus Survey on clinical scenarios considered when initiating oral PPAs for patients with #pulmonaryarterialhypertension. #PAH Learn more: http://ow.ly/S2pt50wihb1

Results of an Expert Consensus Survey on the Treatment of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension with Oral Prostacyclin Pathway Agents
Vallerie V McLaughlin, MD, FACC, FCCP; Richard Channick, MD; Teresa De Marco, MD, FACC, FHFSA; Harrison W Farber, MD, FCCP; ...

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