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The Doctor's Channel | Internet TV for Doctors | Learn From Each Other. Fast.

The Doctor's Channel is a free resource for Physicians and Healthcare Professionals, featuring Free CME (Continuing Medical Education), medical videos, medical news, major conference coverage, and comprehensive drug information. Internet TV for Doctors. Learning From Each Other... Rapidly



Can Primary Tumors Program Cancer Cells to Become Dormant and Evade Therapy?  

Julio A. Aguirre-Ghiso, PhD, Professor of Medicine, Hematology, and Medical Oncology at the Tisch Cancer Institute Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, is leading a study on dormant cancer cells and their connection to relapse in patients. The research involves implanting a device with a diameter of 1mm into a tumor that subsequently releases -

2017-02-18 06:07:28
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Can a Computer Really Diagnose Skin Cancer?  

Neural networks (a.k.a. deep learning algorithms) can be used to teach computers to distinguish various types of disease via prior analysis of massive amounts of clinical data.

2017-02-17 02:44:50
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Combining Conventional Medicine with Holistic Remedies May Produce Synergies  

While influenza vaccination remains the top recommendation of physicians for protecting against the flu, there are other preventive measures that still need to become more widely adopted. Many patients might benefit from better education on coughing/sneezing etiquette, hand-washing techniques, and the occasions when traditional remedies like garlic and chicken soup might help boost the immune -

2017-02-15 01:23:35
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Bow Wow Land  

For Valentines Day 2017, fall in love by rescuing a furry friend from your local animal shelter​. In New York, we like www.Bideawee.org.

2017-02-13 21:53:39
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Promising New Immunotherapy Treatment for Bladder Cancer  

Immunotherapy with newly developed "immune checkpoint inhibitors" has led to striking advances in treatment for aggressive malignancies such as melanoma, non-small cell lung cancer, and renal cell carcinoma. These novel therapeutics work by blocking the PD-1/PD-L1 pathway, which in turn helps reveal malignant cells to the immune system for subsequent eradication. Research is currently ongoing -

2017-02-11 06:49:16
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Plan an Individualized Tour Through the Human Body  

Virtual reality software platform takes users on an interactive tour of the human body.

2017-02-10 03:48:31
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New Test Provides Risk Score for Giving Birth Prematurely  

The Proteomic Assessment of Preterm Birth (PAPR) study conducted by Sera Prognostics, Inc. has yielded information that led to the development of a test which can help physicians determine which pregnant patients are at greater risk of having a pre-term birth. The PreTRM test analyzes proteins covering pathways associated with preterm birth, such as stress, -

2017-02-07 04:47:01
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Chimerism Research Hits Milestone with Hybrid Human-Pig Embryo  

Growing genetically-matched replacement organs for human transplantation may soon be possible thanks to our 4-legged friend, the pig.

2017-02-03 04:05:41
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Study Finds Good Response Rates with Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors in Advanced Urologic Cancers  

New research is helping scientists better understand gene modification’s effects on many forms of bladder cancer. Additionally, results from numerous recent studies seem to foreshadow a change of tide in the management of many urologic cancers in the coming years. References Cancer Genome Atlas Research Network. Comprehensive molecular characterization of urothelial bladder carcinoma. Nature. 2014;507(7492):315-22. -

2017-02-02 15:50:09
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NASA’s “Twins” Study Examines Influenza in Space  

Astronaut Scott Kelly, and his twin brother (retired astronaut) Mark, are part of an ongoing NASA study examining the differences in immune responses to influenza and other pathogens while the twins resided in the disparate environments of earth and space. Biological samples were taken from each brother before, during, and after Scott’s latest mission to -

2017-01-31 02:01:53
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Can Mentally Stimulating Activities Reduce the Risk of Mild Cognitive Impairment in Older Adults?  

Each month we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.

2017-01-31 01:31:24
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Skin Grafts Might Soon Be Printed Directly onto Your Patients’ Wounds  

New 3d-printing technology from the research labs of Wake Forest University hopes to speed up the healing process for burn victims and patients with severe skin wounds. This modified printer is designed to measure and map the geography of the injury and then “print” the correct types of skin cells in layers at the correct -

2017-01-27 02:44:51
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Updates on Hepatocellular Carcinoma  

Take our Gastroenterology Clinical Case Challenge by clicking above.

2017-01-26 12:18:03
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New Study Reaffirms Link Between Early-Life Exposure and Adult Immunity to Flu Strains  

Adult immunity to influenza is very closely tied to the strains of the virus that patients were exposed to as children. This means that older adults might have better immunity against strains that were more prevalent in the ’60s and ’70s, which may be going through a resurgence. New research hopes to exploit this exposure -

2017-01-24 21:58:03
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A Treatment Option for Relapsed or Refractory Multiple Myeloma Patients  



2017-01-23 19:25:33
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Preterm Births Cost Society Tens of Billions of Dollars Annually  

Over a decade ago, the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies published a report that found the annual cost of premature births in the United States exceeded $26 billion. The March of Dimes organization recently reported that preterm births increased in 2016 for the first time in eight years. Jill Hechtman, MD, FACOG Medical -

2017-01-23 17:22:35
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Modified Flu Virus May Offer Safer Vaccination for Immunocompromised Patients  

Instead of vaccinating patients with weakened versions of a virus, it may be possible to modify the virus so it is incapable of infecting a host, but still induces an antibody response.

2017-01-17 15:16:18
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Perfusion Decellularization May Make Any Organ Donor-Worthy  

Waiting lists for organ transplantation may become a relic of the past thanks to this experimental organ repurposing process.

2017-01-13 03:53:09
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Public-Private Partnerships Are Crucial for Managing or Preventing Pandemics  

PPP entities combine the research and trial expertise of private companies with the funding and regulatory advantages of the public sector.

2017-01-12 01:44:17
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How Did Dr. Maurice Hilleman Help Mitigate the 1957 Flu Pandemic?  

World-renowned vaccine developer and scientist, Maurice R. Hilleman, PhD, comments on his prediction of the 1957 asian (H2N2) flu pandemic and the processes he set in motion to aid in US vaccinations.

2017-01-10 03:38:52
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Bioengineering a for Insulin Production  

Scientists at the Diabetes Research Institute are testing two versions of a platform for islet transplantation that could offer type 1 diabetes patients the possibility of injection-free management of their disease. The platform, known as the BioHub, consists of either a biodegradable scaffold or bioengineered scaffold that is embedded with donor islet cells capable of -

2017-01-05 04:27:53
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Nasal Spray Flu Vaccine Now Labeled Inadequate by CDC  

Delivering flu vaccines via needle injection can be painful (or even terrifying) for some young patients. In 2014, the CDC acknowledged the nasal spray FluMist Quadrivalent as an efficient delivery vehicle for influenza vaccine. However, in 2016, the CDC withdrew that “endorsement” citing results of a study that was conducted from 2013-2016, which suggested the -

2017-01-03 19:08:08
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Getting with the Guidelines  



2017-01-03 15:39:22
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Recent Clinical Advances  



2017-01-03 14:32:51
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Touch-Sensing Robot Avoids Obstacles While Surgeons Operate  

Nabil Simaan, PhD, and a team of bioengineers at the Vanderbilt University School of Engineering are developing a new generation of surgical robots that have been endowed with an artificial sense of touch. The robotic tool resembles a pair of thin metal snakes with balljoints for multidirectional articulation. These snake-like robotic arms are able to -

2016-12-30 10:51:11
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Blood-Sucking Robot Could Save Your Practice Time and Money  

This robot finds the optimal vein for a blood-draw using sophisticated image-analysis software.

2016-12-23 10:45:47
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Does Zika Virus Really Cause Fetal Brain Defects?  

Acute Zika virus infection during pregnancy has been associated with fetal death and fetal brain defects, but what is the extent of abnormal CNS findings in affected infants after birth? A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine explored this question. This prospective cohort study conducted in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil sought -

2016-12-22 11:12:15
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Your Annual Holiday Video… Hamilton and Burr, Sir  

Wishing you all the best this holiday season!

2016-12-20 20:41:09
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Can Early Physical Activity Help Prevent Post Concussive Symptoms in Kids and Teens?  

Each week we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.

2016-12-20 16:23:57
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New Study Finds No Link Between ASD and Flu Infections During Early Pregnancy  

Past studies have suggested there may be a link between viral infections contracted during pregnancy and the development of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in children. However, a new study involving 45,000 pregnant women who were either infected with the flu during their pregnancy, or received a flu vaccination in the final trimester, did not find -

2016-12-16 16:47:54
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3D-Bioprinting Technique Produces Viable Blood Vessels in Monkeys  

In 2015, Chinese biotechnology company Revotek released a 3d-bioprinter that fabricates blood vessels using a bio-ink made from stem cells. Just before the close of 2016, Kang Yujian, chief scientist and CEO of Revotek, announced the first successful transplant of bioprinted blood vessels into the abdominal aortas of 30 rhesus monkeys. All monkeys have survived -

2016-12-16 10:14:28
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Hyperkalemia in Patients with Chronic Heart Failure  



2016-12-14 16:10:52
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Hyperkalemia in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease, Including Diabetes  



2016-12-14 16:10:48
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Risk Factors and Development of Hyperkalemia in High Risk Groups  



2016-12-14 16:10:43
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How Do Mortality Rates Vary Based On Where You Live?  

Each week we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.

2016-12-13 19:24:02
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Approaches to Antimicrobial Therapy of Resistant Gram-negative Infections  



2016-12-13 18:53:01
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Approaches to Antimicrobial Therapy of Resistant Gram-negative Infections  



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Resistance Patterns in Gram-negative Infections  



2016-12-13 18:52:56
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Resistance Patterns in Gram-negative Infections  



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The Spectrum of Antimicrobial-resistant Infection in the Health Care Setting: Cause and Effect  



2016-12-13 18:52:51
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The Spectrum of Antimicrobial-resistant Infection in the Health Care Setting: Cause and Effect  



2016-12-13 18:52:51
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Changes in Microbiome May Be Linked to Parkinson’s Disease  

CalTech researchers have uncovered a possible link between gut bacteria and Pakinson's disease.

2016-12-09 10:52:07
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Influenza Still Poses Risk of Pandemic Proportions  

The Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918 infected nearly half of the Earth's population.

2016-12-06 21:33:35
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Can a Nano-Decoy Destroy Influenza A?  

Researchers have developed a vapor delivery system for a sialic acid-coated nanoparticle that is intended to prevent the influenza A virus from binding to sialic acid on patients’ cell surfaces. In a study involving immunocompromised mice, the treatment reduced mortality from 100% down to 25% over the 14-day study period. References: Martialay ML. Nano-decoy lures -

2016-12-02 19:50:08
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Delivering Targeted Therapies by Bending Bacteria to Our Will  

Designer microbes may soon become precision treatment options for cancers and diseases of the gut.

2016-12-02 10:21:07
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Minimally Invasive Procedure Mimics Pancreas Transplantation  

An injection of cells using only a local anesthetic might be able to deliver the same benefits as a full pancreatic transplant without the tumultuous side effects.

2016-12-01 14:19:36
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How Does Ethnicity Affect Influenza Vaccine Responses?  

In a recent study, African-Americans ages 30- to 40-years-old presented with higher levels of antibodies to the H1N1 virus than Caucasians of the same age. However, this disparity appears to decrease with age because the same study showed no difference in antibody levels among adults of any ethnicity over the age of 65. References: Kurupati -

2016-11-29 19:59:22
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Decline in Prevalence of Dementia in the US  

Each week we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.

2016-11-29 10:50:43
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Augmented Reality May Soon Revolutionize Medical School Training  

The use of AR in medical education is gaining in popularity, almost as fast as the technology is progressing. Check out how far they've come since our last Video of the Week featuring this technology.

2016-11-25 10:07:08
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Researchers Identify Specific Cell Death Pathways Triggered by Influenza A  

Scientists have identified a protein known as DNA-dependent activator of interferon (DAI) to be the trigger for cell death when cells become infected with influenza A. Mice that lack the ability to create DAI were unable to initiate cell death in the presence of influenza virus. This research development may pave the way for new -

2016-11-22 23:42:49
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Happy Thanksgiving from Your Favorite Turkeys!  

Make sure your turkey feels the "Bern” this year. Check out our helpful tip below: FoodSafety.gov recommends cooking your poultry to a consistent internal temperature of 165ºF. Have a happy and safe holiday weekend! GOBBLE GOBBLE

2016-11-22 18:20:51
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Use of Statins for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease  

Each week we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.

2016-11-22 10:37:40
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Wireless Brain-to-Spine Interface Helps Paralyzed Monkey Walk Again  

Scientists at EPFL have created a wireless interface that bridges the gap between a paralyzed rhesus monkey's brain and spinal cord, restoring its ability to walk.

2016-11-18 10:31:42
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New Developments to Monitor this Flu Season  

According to a recent study involving over 4,000 children, it appears that mortality rates linked with influenza type A are markedly lower than that of type B. However, influenza type A represents a greater challenge when it comes to immunization due to its ability to mutate and spread quickly. Both the CDC and American Academy -

2016-11-17 15:02:12
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Can an iPad Game Help Treat Lazy Eye in Children?  

Each week we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.

2016-11-15 10:25:59
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Surgeons Help Patient Grow Replacement Ear on His Own Arm  

Growing our own replacement body parts may not be a fictional superpower much longer.

2016-11-11 14:07:30
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Stroke Therapy: Examining New Evidence  



2016-11-10 21:43:42
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Eligibility for IV Thrombolysis: A Review of Inclusion and Exclusion Criteria  



2016-11-10 21:43:39
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3D-Printing Organs-on-a-Chip with One-Click Simplicity  

Physically simulating human organs on computer chips in a lab setting and studying their reactions to drugs and other stimuli could be the future of medical research.

2016-11-04 10:06:49
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Can We Better Prevent Postpartum Infections After Cesarean Delivery?  

Despite routine antibiotic prophylaxis with cephalosporin prior to incision, the risk of postpartum infection after cesarean delivery is 5 to 10 times greater than after vaginal delivery.

2016-11-02 10:18:49
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How the Prescription Opioid Epidemic is Affecting Children and Teens  

Each week we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.

2016-11-01 10:39:51
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Fix Leaky Heart Valves without Open-Heart Surgery  

Cardioband is a new, minimally-invasive procedure for the repair of leaky tricuspids.

2016-10-28 10:35:16
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Germany’s “Dr. House” Meets IBM Watson  

RHÃ-N-KLINIKUM AG (RKA), a private hospital group in Germany, has announced, that by the end of the year, it will begin piloting a Watson-powered cognitive assistance system to help support physicians at the group’s Center for Undiagnosed and Rare Diseases located at the University Hospital Marburg. Since it opened in 2013, the renowned Center has -

2016-10-27 10:20:20
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Are Pregnant Women Who Have Had Bariatric Surgery at a Higher Risk for Birth Complications?  

Each week we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.

2016-10-25 10:43:01
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Paralyzed Man Shares Historical Handshake with President Obama  

The scientists at the University of Pittsburgh are continuing to astound with their groundbreaking work on brain computer interfaces and robotic technology.

2016-10-21 10:47:34
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Research Shows Little Benefit for Dietary Supplements, but Industry Continues to Boom  

Each week we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.

2016-10-18 10:51:21
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Magnetic Rod System Minimizes Invasive Scoliosis Procedures  

Treating early-onset scoliosis without needing to perform multiple invasive surgeries is less stressful for both physicians and patients.

2016-10-14 11:05:16
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Alzheimer’s Disease: Updates on Diagnostics and Early-stage Management  



2016-10-11 20:03:28
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Emerging Therapies for the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease  



2016-10-11 20:03:26
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Estrogen Blocking Drugs Can Decrease Risk of Breast Cancer  

Each week we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.

2016-10-11 13:11:33
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3D-Printed Bone Structures May Help Patients Regrow Organic Bone  

The body cannot repair or replace large sections of damaged bone. This 3D printing technology holds promise for supplementing patient's skeletal healing abilities.

2016-10-07 09:19:08
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3 Step Protocol May Save Patients from Drug Abuse  

Addiction is a chronic illness affecting millions of Americans. It is essential to determine whether a patient may have a genetic predisposition to substance abuse prior to writing them a prescription. Before prescribing opiates, physicians should refer patients to substance abuse screening in order to identify high-risk patients. Next, physicians should develop a treatment plan -

2016-09-29 05:21:12
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Early Stroke Treatment Improves Patient Outcomes  

Each week we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.

2016-09-29 01:59:49
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Life-Like Heart Surgery Practice Without the Cadavers or Pigs  

Researchers at the University of British Columbia have created a synthetic heart valve that has the potential to reduce costs and improve efficiencies of surgical training programs. The synthetic material, made from a polyvinyl alcohol hydrogel, feels just like living human tissue, making it a viable replacement for cadaver and pig hearts. Unlike real hearts, -

2016-09-23 01:07:28
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69-Year-Old Male with Abdominal Pain and Jaundice  

The Doctor's Channel and the University of Chicago's Department of Medicine present you with a monthly gastroenterology clinical case series and challenge.

2016-09-22 08:52:45
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Some Things to Remember Before Prescribing Antibiotics  

Antibiotics are an important tool in a physician’s arsenal, but evidence suggests that prescribing antibiotics may not always be the best initial course of action, even when that antibiotic has been proven effective against the offending bacterial infection. Antibiotics may cause a long-term dysbiosis, an alteration of the gut flora, which could also lead to -

2016-09-22 02:19:15
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Use of Wearable Fitness Technology Does Not Improve Weight Loss  

Each week we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.

2016-09-20 07:13:39
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World’s First Robot-Assisted Inner Eye Surgery  

Precision movements down to one-thousandth of a millimeter help this robotic device assist surgeons in restoring vision to patients.

2016-09-16 10:24:55
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USPSTF Drops Annual Skin Cancer Screening Recommendation  

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recently reversed its position that annual skin screenings are recommended for all adults, citing that the “current evidence is insufficient and that the balance of benefit and harms of visual skin examination by a clinician to screen for skin cancer in asymptomatic adults cannot be determined.“ Tim Turnham, -

2016-09-15 13:39:28
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Hospital Records Predict Risk of Suicide  

Each week we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.

2016-09-14 11:36:43
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Free Flights on Corporate Jets for Cancer Patients  

Many cancer patients are not geographically-situated near the cancer care centers that offer them the best chances of recovery or survival. This is one of the many reasons why Corporate Angel Network (CAN), a non-profit organization, was founded with the mission “to help cancer patients access the best possible treatment for their specific type of -

2016-09-13 19:21:05
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Genetic Test Gauges Patients’ Pain Tolerance and Addiction Risk  

What if there was a better way to analyze a patient's pain threshold, pain level, and behavioral phenotype?

2016-09-09 03:27:40
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Mutations Rapidly Overcome High Concentrations of Antibiotic  

Antibiotics are no match for these ambitious bacteria.

2016-09-09 01:01:02
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Satisfying Your Olympic-Sized Appetite in Rio  

Dr. Best is back from Brazil (and Zika-free) with dining recommendations that are that are pure gold.

2016-09-08 13:59:33
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5 Stressful Stats About Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy  

In recognition of 2016′s World Duchenne Awareness Day, this installment of the 60-Second Symposia highlights five discomfiting facts about Duchenne muscular dystrophy. 5. The condition primarily affects male children. 4. About 1 in 3,600 male babies will inherit the disorder and about 1 in 1,400 may develop the condition spontaneously. 3. Mothers with a defective -

2016-09-07 12:45:32
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MRI Exposure During Early Pregnancy Not Harmful to Fetus  

Each week we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.

2016-09-06 08:03:45
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Examining Mechanisms of Action for Osteoporosis Therapies: Established Agents, Emerging Agents, and Treatment Targets  



2016-09-01 12:46:24
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Risk Factors, Diagnosis, and Universal Measures to Help Manage Osteoporosis  



2016-09-01 10:21:35
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Bacteriostatic Scrubs Help Reduce Hospital-Acquired Infections  

It’s no secret that healthcare professionals are wearing scrubs and other garments outside of their healthcare facilities after seeing patients and/or finishing their work shifts. Many of these pieces of healthcare personnel attire (HPA) are exposed to people and areas with a high probability of harboring infectious pathogens. Unfortunately, many of these professionals are under -

2016-08-31 12:37:32
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Safety of LDL-C Reduction – How Low is Optimal?  



2016-08-25 22:45:46
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Statin Intolerance and the Use of Non-statin Therapies for the Treatment of Dyslipidemia  



2016-08-25 17:28:05
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Emerging Options and Applications  



2016-08-25 12:40:45
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Complexity of Developing Medicines for Neurological Disorders  

The electrical and chemical communications taking place in the brain are at such high volumes and on such a microscopic scale, that studying these communications with precision in a live human being can be incredibly difficult. The brain’s biology is also very complex, and when you consider that each individual patient’s wiring varies slightly, it’s -

2016-08-25 09:18:38
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Cardiovascular Risk: Assessment and Risk Reduction  



2016-08-25 04:29:59
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Reducing the High Cost of Prescription Drugs in the U.S.  

Each week we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.

2016-08-23 12:54:59
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Individualized Care for Prostate Cancer (DRAFT)  

Active surveillance of low- and mid-risk prostate cancer is becoming a widely accepted alternative to quickly administering more aggressive forms of therapy upon diagnosis. Educating patients on the finer details of their battles with prostate cancer and involving them in the treatment decision-making process is “the wave of the future.” As diagnostic technology continues to -

2016-08-17 14:14:19
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Individualized Care for Prostate Cancer  

Active surveillance of low- and mid-risk prostate cancer is becoming a widely accepted alternative to quickly administering more aggressive forms of therapy upon diagnosis. Educating patients on the finer details of their battles with prostate cancer and involving them in the treatment decision-making process is “the wave of the future.” As diagnostic technology continues to -

2016-08-17 07:23:59
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New Medication for High Cholesterol Not Cost-Effective  

Each week we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.

2016-08-16 01:39:11
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Editing Our Genomes with Drag and Drop Simplicity  

This video may be a little longer than our usual "Video of the Week" selections, but we think you'll enjoy it.

2016-08-12 08:24:21
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Gamified Simulation Enviroments for Robotic Surgery Training  

Using a thoughtfully constructed curriculum, the Florida Hospital Nicholson Center helps educate surgeons on best practices and proven techniques in robotic surgery. The course is called “The Fundamentals of Robotic Surgery” and includes both online and in-person training components. The curriculum, including a video game component, is culled from the body of knowledge collected by -

2016-08-10 02:50:47
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