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o- Treatment with infliximab may be continued after infusion reactions
o- ABCD score limited in predicting stroke risk
o-  Plantar fasciitis responds well to acetic acid iontophoresis
o-  Combo therapy improves COPD patients' exercise tolerance
o-  Scuba diving not linked with decline in lung function
o-  Prostate cancer vaccine improves disease-free survival
o-  Stent overlap safe and effective in preventing restenosis
o-  Procalcitonin may help guide antibiotic therapy for pneumonia
o-  Simple model predicts neonatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy          x    outcomesbb
o-  Extending steroid therapy speeds recovery from pediatric pharyngitis
o-  Paroxetine may be effective against atrial fibrillation
o-  High-dose vitamins enhance treatment for anemia of prematurity
o-  Epalrestat slows progression of diabetic peripheral nephropathy
Drug & Device Development::
o- Carrageenan blocks infection by human papilloma virus
o- IV acyclovir plus oral valacyclovir helpful in postherpetic neuralgia
Economic::
o- Intrapleural urokinase cost-effective for pediatric empyema
Epidemiology::
o- Estrogen receptor polymorphisms tied to liver cancer
o- Retinal vessel caliber predicts risk of CHD-related death
o- Campylobacter enteritis greatly increases risk of Guillain-Barre syndrome
o- Hormone therapy not linked to age-related macular degeneration
o- Low testosterone predicts anemia in older adults
Managed Care::
o- UK doctors to face regular checks, post-Shipman
Public Health::
o- Preterm births in US have risen, but fewer newborns die

  

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