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Dr. Wicks Discusses Internet-savvy Patients
Paul Wicks, PhD, discusses the surge in Internet-savvy patients at the 2014 Joint ACTRIMS-ECTRIMS Meeting in Boston.
Addressing Challenges Within the Workforce at ATS 2014
Patricia Finn, MD, president of the American Thoracic Society, highlights 3 presentations at the 2014 American Thoracic Society International Conference that link science and health equality.
Diagnosing and Treating Pneumonia Patients
Although diagnosing pneumonia is the same regardless of whether the patient is immunocompetent or immunocompromised, the physician needs to understand the patient’s host defense.
Development of ARDS in At-risk Patients Happening Quickly
Although researchers discovered a plasma biomarker that can predict the development of acute respiratory distress syndrome in emergency room patients, the condition is usually already present.
Celebrating Health Equity Innovation at the American Thoracic Society
The theme Patricia Finn, MD, president of the American Thoracic Society, embraced at this year’s international conference was health equality.
Raymond Cross, MD, Takes a Look at Telemedicine in IBD Care
Inflammatory bowel disease patients are already benefiting from technology advancements in healthcare, but there are barriers to providing care through telemedicine, Raymond Cross, MD.
Randall Brand, MD, Explains the Difficulty in Screening for Pancreatic Cancer
Since pancreatic cancer is so rare, screening among the general population is not worthwhile, according to Randall Brand, MD. Instead, physicians should only screen those individuals considered "high risk."
Raymond Cross, MD, Highlights the Challenges of Caring for IBD Patients
Inflammatory bowel disease patients can benefit greatly from telemedicine, because physicians can interact more frequently with patients, according to Raymond Cross, MD.
Philip Vutien, MD, Discusses Barriers to HCV Treatment Completion Rates
The side effects present in treatments for the hepatitis C virus are a barrier not only to increasing treatment completion, but also the initiation of the treatment.
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