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Personalized medicine with a genomic twist

in patients requiring oral anticoagulation.
January 2008

FDA approves generic hypertension drugs, looks at Stalevo

Laboratory studies have confirmed a recent FDA warning that heparin made under the new United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Monograph has approximately 10% less anticoagulant activity compared to heparin prepared using the
June 2010

What practices need to know about transition care management codes

The codes cannot be used with the following services, because the services are duplicative: care plan oversight services (99339, 99340, 99374-99380); prolonged services without direct patient contact (99358, 99359); anticoagulant
February 2013

MKSAP Quiz: Painful rash occurring bilaterally

Treatment involves the discontinuation of warfarin, continuation of alternate anticoagulation (such as a non–vitamin K antagonist oral anticoagulant), vitamin K for warfarin reversal, and fresh frozen plasma in an attempt
February 2019

Begin to apply ICD-10 in real-life practice

diabetes outpatient self-management training,. outpatient intravenous insulin treatment,. histocompatibility testing,. home prothrombin time/international normalized ratio monitoring for anticoagulation management,.
June 2013

PPI's benefits can outweigh their possible risks

anticoagulants, steroids or NSAIDs; and Helicobacter pylori infection.
October 2012

Issue covers highlights from Internal Medicine 2010

The former summarizes experts' tips on caring for patients after an acute coronary event and optimizing anticoagulation management, while the latter offers guidance on maintenance treatment with agonists and methadone, along
June 2010

MKSAP Quiz: Dyspnea during walking

Prophylactic aortic valve replacement in asymptomatic patients is not routinely performed due to the increased surgical risk, with complications such as thromboembolism, bleeding from anticoagulation, prosthetic valve dysfunction, and endocarditis.
March 2010

‘Discontinued’ medications a problem when using EHRs

that could cause harm when used inappropriately: antihypertensive agents, antiplatelets, anticoagulants, oral hypoglycemic agents and statins.
April 2013

ACPNET brings continuing medical education into the clinic

When ACP merged with ASIM, the network was renamed QNet, and it began a series of studies of common conditions such as diabetes, asthma, congestive heart failure, anticoagulation and cholesterol screening.
March 2008

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