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Monthly Archives: February 2020

DDIs affect around 40% of HCV patients taking DAAs

Drug-drug interactions, or DDIs, affect about 40% of patients with hepatitis C virus being treated with direct-acting antivirals, or DAAs,READ MORE ›

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VIDEO: Recent updates in Crohn’s disease

In this exclusive video from the GUILD Conference 2020, Edward V. Loftus Jr., MD, professor of medicine in the divisionREAD MORE ›

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Acid suppression linked with multidrug-resistant microorganism colonization

Acid-suppression medication may increase the odds for colonization by multidrug-resistant microorganisms, according to a meta-analysis published in JAMA Internal Medicine.RoelREAD MORE ›

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Alert-based interventions reduce C. difficile testing, infection rates

Clinical decision support tools, such as alert-based interventions for diagnostic stewardship, are associated with reductions in Clostridioides difficile testing andREAD MORE ›

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VIDEO: Liver updates at GUILD 2020 for $1000, Alex

MAUI, Hawaii — In this exclusive video from GUILD Conference 2020, Norah Terrault, MD, recaps the liver content from theREAD MORE ›

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‘Have a voice:’ How social media can amplify physician impact

MAUI, Hawaii – Using social media as a health care professional comes with many benefits and opportunities. But it alsoREAD MORE ›

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Precision Medicine in Autoimmunity conference offers education for ‘immediate use’ in practice

Following a successful first outing in October 2018, organizers of the Precision Medicine in Autoimmunity conference are holding a secondREAD MORE ›

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90% of injection drug users miss opportunities for HIV or HCV testing

Using data from more than 840,000 health care encounters, researchers estimated that around 90% of people who inject drugs missedREAD MORE ›

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Endoscopic techniques offer more options for obesity management

Endoscopic management has a clear role in the future of obesity care, with multiple options available for patients, according toREAD MORE ›

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Infections, malignancy risk in IBD must be considered individually

MAUI, Hawaii — Certain inflammatory bowel disease therapies may further increase malignancies in patients with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis,READ MORE ›

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