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Peter Salgo, MD; Michael Felker, MD, MHS; Milton Packer, MD; Scott Solomon, MD; and John R. Teerlink, MD, share final thoughts on the management of patients with heart failure and describe their expectations for future innovation in the field.
Peter Salgo, MD; Michael Felker, MD, MHS; Milton Packer, MD; Scott Solomon, MD; and John R. Teerlink, MD, highlight the substantial benefits, but higher costs, of newer therapy options available for the treatment of heart failure. The panelists also discuss the role of the physician in providing cost-effective, quality care to their patients.
A considerable amount of progress has been made in battling the AIDS epidemic in recent years. However more work still needs to be done in certain patient populations.
A new study examined the cost of increasingly prevalent non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in both the United States and Europe and places the bill in the hundreds of billions.
The body’s inflammatory response to the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is one reason why patients with HIV can experience chronic pain.
Online software can reduce attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) behaviors in children, according to findings published in Pediatrics.
While there are some things medical professionals can do to help address sexual issues in relationships most of their work can focus on helping the patients help themselves overcome the issues they are facing in their daily lives.
In these busy times there can be many things that can get in the way of a healthy relationship on a variety of levels. Identifying these barriers and knowing what to do about them can be very difficult issues to tackle for patients and providers alike.