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Monday, January 12, 2015

NEJM Journal Watch 2014


  • Can We Do a Better Job of Keeping Patients Out of the Hospital?
  • Fecal DNA Testing: Finally Ready for Prime Time?
  • Has Risk for Contrast-Induced Nephropathy Been Exaggerated?
  • Direct Oral Anticoagulants Are Safe and Effective Compared with Warfarin
  • A New Era Unfolds in HCV Treatment
  • When Is Conservative Treatment Better? Nearly Always, for Some Patients
    with Chronic Orthopedic Pain Studies Suggest
  • We Should Modify Our Approach to Sepsis Treatment
  • JNC 8: Raising the Blood Pressure (and Ire) of Many
  • What Is an Ounce of Cardiovascular Prevention Worth?
  • Proactive Palliative Care and Hospice Consultation Benefit Patients at
    the End of Life
  • New Developments in Cardiovascular Assessment Before Noncardiac Surgery

NEJM Journal Watch Top Stories of 2014

A collection of the year’s 115 most noteworthy NEJM Journal Watch
summaries in 12 medical specialties.
Click on the links below to access each collection now.

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