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Brain Swelling Associated with Mortality in Cerebral Malaria
Brain swelling, a symptom of cerebral malaria, is a significant predictor of which children will die of the disease, an article in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) indicated.
Q&A With David Newman Toker, MD, From Johns Hopkins University Medical School: Current and Future Treatments for Dizziness and Vestibular Disorders in the Emergency Room
After diagnosing a patient complaining of dizziness it falls to the doctors seeing them to find the proper course of treatment. There are also efforts underway to develop new methods of treatment including modern devices that could be used in the future.
Q&A With David Newman Toker, MD, From Johns Hopkins University Medical School: Diagnosing Dizziness and Vestibular Disorders in the Emergency Room
Many patients who come to the emergency department are seen and receive any number of diagnoses based on their symptoms and the length of time of their issues. How those symptoms are addressed can make a significant difference in their overall care.
The End of SGR: What Took So Long?
For more than a decade, it has been an annual ritual to read headlines about a crisis brewing in Congress as it struggled to avert a looming Medicare disaster stemming from the imminent pay cut to Medicare physicians mandated by the “SGR”. Like a broken record each time, spurred by warnings of physician groups of the dire consequences the slash in Medicare fees would have on medical practices and Medicare patients, Congress scrambled at the 12th hour to put off the mandated cuts for another year.

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