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Fresh update on "new england journal" discussed on America's Morning News

America's Morning News

01:51 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "new england journal" discussed on America's Morning News

"Taxes with rebuilding our military was strengthening our borders. By the way, if he gets in, he's going to raise your taxes at a level that nobody's ever seen Some clarity President Trump will be in Nevada today, where he will be addressing neighboring Arizona as well. Democratic vice presidential candidate Camel Harris will be in Arizona after she made multiple stops in Nevada. Meanwhile, Joe Biden telling Americans toe quote clear the decks on everything from the Corona virus pandemic to the economy if he gets in Biden on Tuesday said, will use his two months as the president elect a work with governors on instituting a nationwide mask wearing mandate and with Congress on a A sweeping it spending bill. The tragic truth of our time is that Cove It has left a deep and lasting wounds in this country. If you give me the honor of serving as your president, clear the decks for action for we will act. We will act on the first day of my presidency to get covert under control this place Warm springs is a reminder that the broken each of us can be healed that as a people and a country we can overcome this devastating virus that we could heal a suffering world. And yes, we could restore our soul. Save our country. This administration has yet to offer a single plan. Yes, one of the reasons why the most one of most prestigious medical journals of the world, the New England Journal of Medicine, called the president quote Dangerously incompetent, went on to say president turned the crisis into a tragedy. Then his chief of staff this last week made a stunning emission. An admission, though I believe but never thought he'd say, saying, quote. We're not Going to control the pandemic. End of phone. We're not Going to control the pandemic. It's a capitulation to waving a white flag. It's a window into the shocking truth about this White House. Meanwhile, speaking of Election Day, a judge's blocked a sudden ban on the open display of guns near Michigan polling places. A judge Christopher Murray, acted Tuesday, just a few hours after hearing a challenge from gun rights groups. And they said Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson had exceeded her authority and banning people from openly carrying guns within 100 ft of polling places. Critics argue that Benson failed to go through a formal rulemaking process has required under state law. The judge agreed. Attorney general vessel pledged to appeal the decision with just five days left until the election. The CEOs of Twitter, Facebook and Google faced a grilling by Republican senators making allegations that the tech giant show anti conservative bias on the Senate Commerce Committee is summoned Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Google's Sunder pitch I to testify for a hearing today. They agreed to appear after being threatened with subpoenas. With the election looming, Republicans led by the president have thrown a barrage of grievances at big tech social media platforms, accusing them of deliberately suppressing conservative religious and anti abortion views. Cutter has apologized after authorities forcibly examined female passengers from a cutter Airways flight to Australia to try to identify who might have given birth to a newborn found abandoned at the airport. Under pressure. After Australia condemned at the searches cutters government said it had begun an investigation into the treatment of the women from a cutter Airways flight to Sydney Cutter. It didn't say how officials decided to perform invasive exams on the women. A human rights activist described the examinations conducted under duress is equivalent to a.

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Fresh update on "new england journal" discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

00:34 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "new england journal" discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Can you tell us it feels like a discrepancy to me and perhaps to some of our listeners as well. Tell us what this all means. So the most recent trial results to be released or what you just talked about. This is the who so-called solidarity trial over 11,000 patients 400 Hospital across Thirty countries and what they found at least in the REM disappear arm, they were studying multiple different Therapeutics. They found no difference in mortality. No difference in the need for mechanical ventilation. No difference in the time of hospitalization and they stopped the trial now, let's back up what has happened is in early October for the New England Journal published the NIH trial. This was a much smaller trial about a little over a thousand people and they did find a difference in recovery time, though wage. Got room disappear in about 10 days those that got Placebo on average about 15 days. They also found an increased odds ratio of practical Improvement in people who had gotten Ram disappear. No difference in mortality. So, you know, what? What did that mean? Is it does it have to do with this stage of infection at which somebody is infected then two more studies that had occurred the Lange study that was published in the Lancet had only 237 subjects found a slightly shorter time to clinical Improvement 21 days vs. 23 days. Not a huge thing. They stopped it because they were running out of cases a cross in the area that they were doing it. Finally one other study. These were hospitalized subjects who had moderate-to-severe cobit Covent and they found an increased odds wage. Show of clinical Improvement but not a mortality benefit. So we're left with this small handful of studies conducted under different conditions in patients who are at different levels of disease and slightly different characteristics. I will say one thing against the solidarity trial is that there were there was a moderate amount of data missing from some of those participants. So we're kind of my my view of this is from disappeared does not appear to have any ill effects. So that's a that's a good thing and at least in several of the trials. It has reduced the time to clinical Improvement. It does not appear that there's a mortality benefit. I think we're kind of left in a quandary of saying in an environment of a pandemic where we have precious little elves. This might be a small increments. I told benefit but not a game-changer multiples of therapies that are available are being used currently for covet their available to hospitalized patients. Does this mean that Ram Dass will be available to patients who are diagnosed with don't require hospitalization. Yeah, good good question actually and there's not been a lot of discussion about that part of the problem that requires IV administration at this point. So some people say five days some people say ten days one study showed no benefit to 10 days. So you're talking about at least five days of IV Administration once a day so that that's one issue the other issue and my sympathies lie with the direction you're going is that in general..

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Fresh update on "new england journal" discussed on Making Sense with Sam Harris

Making Sense with Sam Harris

00:42 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "new england journal" discussed on Making Sense with Sam Harris

"It's also based on how are are natural biases are being amplified by technology social media has. Weaponized are are confirmation bias and our tribalism. And our other less than epidemic ways of thinking. And the result is that were finding it harder and harder to collectively acknowledge the same set of facts much less agree about what to do in response to those facts. So we're dealing with this total pollution. Of Information Space and it's affecting everything and as a result, our trust in institutions. In whether it's the government or the press or universities or scientific journals is at an Alzheimer low and worse given what is happening it probably should be at an all time low I mean it's just just give you one sign of the Times that happened recently the New England Journal of Medicine published a truly blistering editorial about how badly the trump administration has handled covert and I read that and I basically agreed with every word of it and you know we we can do we'll get into the detail but then I noticed that my twitter feed just lights up with allegations that the new. England. Journal of Medicine is financially tied to the Chinese Communist Party at this point right now, I don't even have time to figure out whether or not. That's true like it's you know but nothing at this point would surprise me but I have no time for this because you can literally hold your breath until the next scandal arises that seems worthy of your attention as they happen over the time course of minutes now. So it's just a crazy space to even be having this conversation and and so I wanted to focus on covert and get deeply into it but I think we should talk about. The way in which politics in particular is to ranging the information space and science itself at this point. Yeah I mean in a way we could even start with that. I mean I was scribbling some notes about topics for us to discuss is you were as you were speaking in there's so many directions we could go in but. I guess with one predicate we could start with that, which is that we happen to be alive at a moment when we are experiencing something very unusual in the in the history of our species, and that is that a new serious widespread pathogen has been introduced into our midst. This only happens once every fifty or a hundred years and and one of the themes actually of my book is that. You know this feels very to us this this risk of death this this this fact that we have to spread out this collapse of our economy but I guess a very important ideas that. Plagues are not unusual for our species. This is just new to us. We. Think. This is so weird. We think this is so unusual. We think this is so unfair but really epidemic of this kind have been afflicting us for for thousands of years. Is Actually an interesting story about? Prior to ten thousand years ago prior to the Agricultural Revolution. Were such epidemics possible in the gist of it is probably not but. From the time we invented agriculture and moved into cities we we've been prone to this, and in fact, the the title of the Book Apollo. Zero. Comes from the opening of the Iliad in which in in fact there there's a plague I mean, that's you know that's what that's how old these this phenomenon is. Three thousand years ago homer was writing about this anyway. So this this this germ has you know which has its own it's a we can debate whether viruses are living things or not. But for the sake of argument, this germ is acting like any other living thing. It's found untouched virgin territory namely our bodies and it's just it's just having what's known as an ecological release. It's just spreading relentlessly among us just like if you had let rats loose on New Zealand two thousand years ago, they would take over the whole of the country. Says No natural immunity to this pathogen and it's just doing having its way you know just going. About its business but leaping ahead now without background to the point, you put on the table for us to discuss initially. It's odd to me the way this virus is striking us at a particular moment in our own national. History. I don't know about global history, but certainly national history. Because the virus has struck us at a moment in our political life, which is very inauspicious for us but perfect for the virus. So we. We've have a what I would call a thinning out our intellectual culture. We have a denigration of expertise. You know we think that there's something. Evil about experts or that their self self-serving, which is really odd because. When you need a car mechanic. You want an expert right and there's this. There's this famous saying in sociology that one man's occupation is is made up of the emergencies of other people. So you're when you have a flood in your basement, it's a rare event in an emergency for you, but it's the routine daily experience of the expert plumber who comes to repair it. So why we have this attitude or this posher towards expertise? Is itself very odd but we have a kind of. Anti expertise, which is a reflection I think of kind of anti elitism that we have in our society right now. There is in addition to that as you described kind of denigration of science or disbelief in science or a or a politicisation of science whereby scientists are.

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Medical journal writes unprecedented editorial against Trump for COVID

Mark Simone

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Medical journal writes unprecedented editorial against Trump for COVID

"Today has done an investigation. It says tens of thousands may have been exposed because of the president's recent rallies and meeting the president of the New England Journal of Medicine, Writing an editorial Condemning the Trump administration's response to this pandemic, calling for a change in November. And on top of that ABC has now obtained this letter, written by a former head of the CDC under both Republican and Democratic administrations, written to the agency's current director, calling the response a colossal failure and a slaughter correspondent Cecilia Vega. New

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Boston - Moderna Says Older Patients Responding Well To Coronavirus Vaccine

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Boston - Moderna Says Older Patients Responding Well To Coronavirus Vaccine

"Week week about about the the vaccine vaccine candidate candidate from from Cambridge Cambridge based based Moderna Moderna Pharmaceuticals Pharmaceuticals is is a a new new study study that that found their vaccine produced virus neutralizing antibodies in older adults at levels close to those seen in younger adults, Of course, older adults at higher risk of severe complications from Cove it Norman home. A vaccine patient explains why he joined up with the trials. I understood how memory works, so it wasn't like I was getting a watered down version of the actual Covad 19 I was getting something was based on the proteins on the little spikes at the end of the little ball. So I felt based on that. And based on this just affect Mike my faith in science that I would just do it now. If you want more information about this week's study, you can find it in the New England Journal of Medicine. Not speaking

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Viral load is a puzzle in COVID-19

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

01:34 min | Last month

Viral load is a puzzle in COVID-19

"Published in the Journal. Lancet, and the New England Journal of Medicine. Is suggesting that by wearing masks I mean this blowing my mind a I don't need face cream. Round, the mouth wrinkles and I need the eye wrinkles to show that I'm smiling under my mask. But apparently, by wearing masks, we could actually be improving our collective immunity two covid nineteen, and here's why I know. It's not just because we don't give it to each other but we could be making ourselves immune because when you're wear a mask if you are infected with the novel, Corona Virus It's at a lower dose and they're determining scientists increasingly that viral load is the key to this sucker. If you have a low viral load, you're either aced him dramatic or you don't get that. Sake. Loads are what seemed to correlate directly to severe illness and death. So wearing a mask reduces your viral load, but could still infect you. In. A way that would then lead you to would boost your immunity to the disease. Oh. So if someone breathes on you with cove in nineteen, but it comes at you through the mask, you'd get like the almost like an inoculation dose. Almost like an inoculation dose. So mattress mask wearing masks mask-wearing yeah. Could actually accomplish version of her immunity that doesn't kill a whole bunch of people. Yeah. So where a mask people. Boom. Yes. More more people.

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Massachusetts man dies after ‘overdosing’ on black licorice

WBZ Midday News

00:17 sec | Last month

Massachusetts man dies after ‘overdosing’ on black licorice

"Say the man ate so much black licorice it through his nutrients out of whack, causing the 54 year old heart to stop this case reported in the New England Journal of Medicine. The FDA warns. Eating as little as two ounces of black licorice a day for two weeks could cause heart rhythm problems. The parent company of Columbia Gas of Massachusetts, is announcing it

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Man dies from eating more than a bag of licorice a day

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:33 sec | Last month

Man dies from eating more than a bag of licorice a day

"Year old Massachusetts man died of heart failure after eating a bag and a half of black licorice every day for several weeks. That's according to a report in the New England Journal of Medicine. The man identified by doctors on Leah's a construction worker with a quote Poor diet, suffered a sudden cardiac arrest in a fast food restaurant and died of the next day. Cardiologists at the local hospital there. Massachusetts General warn that eating even a small amount of licorice can increase your blood pressure. That's one last ride about the size of a bus has passed by Earth on its way around the sun. The

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Man dies from eating more than a bag of liquorice a day

WBBM Morning News

00:36 sec | Last month

Man dies from eating more than a bag of liquorice a day

"At 8 41. East Coast Man's Death is prompting warnings about what you eat. Ah 54 year old Massachusetts man died of heart failure after eating a bag and a half of black licorice every day for several weeks. That's according to a report in the New England Journal of Medicine. The man identified by doctors on Leah's a construction worker with a quote Poor diet suffered a sudden cardiac arrest in a fast food restaurant and died of the next day. Cardiologists at Massachusetts General Hospital says that eating even a small amount of licorice can increase your blood pressure. Jim

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Too much candy: Man dies from eating bags of black licorice

WBZ Morning News

00:30 sec | Last month

Too much candy: Man dies from eating bags of black licorice

"Candy. A construction worker in Massachusetts dies after eating too much black licorice. Doctors say the man's bag and a half day bag and a half a day habit through his nutrients out of whack, causing his heart to stop. The problem, Doctors say lies in an acid found in black licorice, eating just two ounces a day for two weeks could cause AH heart rhythm problem. The report posted in the New England Journal of Medicine and

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The crazy theory that masks are building up our coronavirus immunity

Coronacast

02:32 min | Last month

The crazy theory that masks are building up our coronavirus immunity

"So Norman, let's take a trip back in time today eight to a previous pandemic nine, the Spanish flu none of the plague. Let's talk about smallpox and you think that there's some things we can learn from smallpox to help us with covid. Nineteen Year? What do you think smallpox covid nineteen have in common that's the question hopefully eradication but probably not let's be real. Well, I don't think we'll ever eradicate unfortunately covid nineteen but that would be very nice. So rather than leave you in agony, it's cold variation now before Jenner. Edward. Jenner person who's the same name as the institute that developed the Oxford vaccine by the way so. Just, these things come under circles could develop the found out that the infection in dairy maids caught cowpox protected against smallpox before that happened in new developed that smallpox vaccination the way to actually protect against smallpox was to give a small does of smallpox particularly to children incredibly dangerous and what they would sometimes do get smallpox scabs and puff them up the nose sometimes they was scratch. It into the skin and the ideal would be go to small attack smallpox maybe one or two pox on their skin, and then they were immune for evermore. In fact, it's thought that the epidemic that killed aboriginal people are unsettling harbor just after the first fleet arrived might have been through the accidental or maybe even delivered vaccination of variation using smallpox the link is hypothesized by a recent. Paper in the New England Journal is that maybe You could get significant protection against the nineteen from a small dose of Covid nineteen just as you did with smallpox and this process called variation can be for second. Isn't that kind of what vaccine does? Yes. Does but much more safely. The. Dangerous things you're giving the live virus you'll give you the live smallpox virus and some children have died from variation and if you gave the live covid nineteen, sure you're going to be immune who knows how long for but you could die of the covid nineteen. So the idea and immunization is that you make that process safe either by doing what they're doing at the moment covid nineteen and using recombinant DNA, which is just the genetic material not. Really a long way divorced from the virus. There is a Chinese vaccine which uses an activated form of the virus, but the idea here is that is not endangering somebody's life by giving them the live Iris.

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COVID-19 antibodies may last for at least 4 months, Icelandic study suggests

Red Eye Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

COVID-19 antibodies may last for at least 4 months, Icelandic study suggests

"A new medical study shows that anybody's produced by the body against the Corona virus keep fighting for months. The study was conducted on more than 30,000 people. In Iceland. It finds the antibodies people produce last for at least four months. The finding means that vaccine developers may be able to focus on remedies that stimulate antibody production, which could lead to immunity from the virus. What researchers with an Icelandic based branch of American biotech company Am Jin do not know right now is whether having cove it protects you from the virus in the future. The study and the summary of it is published in the New England Journal of Medicine.

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Large antibody study offers hope for virus vaccine efforts

AP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Large antibody study offers hope for virus vaccine efforts

"Studies offers hope for the development of a corona virus vaccine. Maybe my Gracia reports a new study from Iceland finds antibodies developed after Contracting Cove in 19 can last up to four months after diagnosis. A study was done by Reykjavik based Decode Genetics, a subsidiary of US biotech company Amgen. More than 30,000 people were tested in Iceland, making it the most extensive study to date on the immune system's response to the virus. Over time, scientists from Harvard University of the U. S. National Institutes of Health right in the New England Journal of Medicine, that the study gives hope that immunity to Cove in 19 may not be fleeting. I'm Mike

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Texas Doctors Warn Against Police Use Of ‘Less Lethal’ Munitions For Crowd Control

McClure Capital's Common Sense Investing

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Texas Doctors Warn Against Police Use Of ‘Less Lethal’ Munitions For Crowd Control

"Meanwhile, a group of doctors in Austin is warning Police Department's not to use These so called less lethal munitions for crowd control after they treated people who were severely hurt during protests in May In a letter published in the New England Journal of Medicine, 12 doctors from the Dale Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas say Austin police who fired being bag rounds called serious injuries, including bleeding on the brain and the skull fracture. Austin Police chief Brian Manley has pledged to stop firing beanbag rounds into crowds, but the doctors say their observations are relevant. Beyond Texas. John Mark Dempsey NEWS radio 10 80 k.

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Targeted lung cancer treatments help reduce death rates: study

All Of It

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Targeted lung cancer treatments help reduce death rates: study

"Officials say improved treatments have helped lower lung cancer death rates as NPR's Richard Harris reports, The trends are also driven by a decline in cigarette smoking. Death rates from lung cancer have been falling for decades. But it's been tricky to tease out how much of that is because fewer people are smoking and how much is due to improve treatment. A study in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that new drugs introduced in 2013 are playing a role. Scientists at the National Cancer Institute found that only about 20% of people who take these drugs have a long term response and the majority of people who are diagnosed with lung cancer still die within two years. But the drugs help enough people that it shows up in the death trends. Another class of drugs called checkpoint inhibitors, introduced in 2015 also appears to be beneficial.

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Breaking Through at CVRx

MedTech Talk Podcast

05:33 min | 3 months ago

Breaking Through at CVRx

"Welcome to the MED tech talk podcast your host Pardo and I'm very excited to welcome the deem yard CEO CRX to this edition of the podcast Nadeem has had the lustrous career starting at GE and then his GM of MEDTRONIC's navigation business but his biggest and most important challenges come CPR which we're going to focus on today for full disclosure. I've had the pleasure to get to know Nadeem over the past eight plus years, and for the last four I've been on the beam sport and killed as an investor in Cebu. Rx. and. I'm really looking forward to the conversation today. Deem it is great to have you on cats. Thank you jeff it's great to be with you today. Terrific will good what we have a lot of things to cover today and really want to focus on CBS which is turning into I think an incredibly exciting story. But of course, their their roots to the CRX story and maybe you can take us through that a little bit the genesis of. Both. The CRT is therapy in heart failure but also barracks. Absolutely Jeff. So I talk about heart failure it is. A devastating disease. Very expensive from a cost perspective, but also from the human side of things, patients unfortunately suffering from heart failure, end up having those episodes of congestive offense way as they feel that drowning, it's like a continuous waterboarding expedient just how painful that is right and unfortunately one of those episodes could lead to their death and. In the United States hot figure is the second most expensive disease. If we consider cancer as one disease, if you stopped separating cancer between breast cancer by cancer sets that hot figure becomes unfortunately the most expensive disease in the US. What is hot forget? It's. When the heart over the years of. Insult or injury to starts becoming larger the walls of the heart becoming thinner. And the heart's ability to pump blood to the system is compromised. And that's. Compromise happening in multiple forms. One of them is called synchrony when the left side and the right side of the heart start becoming disconnected from each other. So think about it like a car. Engine where have the cylinders not kill into properly? Than the COD would not produce horsepower that you need. You need to tune the car that is what's Artie Cardiac. Surgery synchronization therapy. Was designed to do they. You know put two pacemakers right now it's only one pacemaker with two wires. That's why they call it by basic they based both ventricles and they tried to synchronize the left and right side. That works wild if the heart is distinct honest. However in heart failure. Only thirty to forty percent of the patients have synchrony. That s of the patient's heart become lodged the world's thinner. But the left and right sides are still beating in harmony but not strong enough. And for those patients, unfortunately crt devices did not produce the results that WHO, hoping for. Ten fifteen years ago when we're testing them. And that is where our approach berry. Flex. Therapy comes into play. The genesis of this therapy goes back multiple decades not gonna go to the whole history with Dr Professor Bronwyn than his wife and everything, but nevertheless indie. Let me take one paper from Dr. Abraham. From nineteen ninety nine and that is about CRT devices. In this paper that was published in the New England. Journal of Medicine Dr Abraham demonstrated the sustained. That's or the sustained benefit of CRT. Comes from the fact that when you should denies the left side on the right side of the heart, the pulse pressure of the volume of the blood leaving the heart. Activates the Beverly Flex. In the cutouts dodgy. Trusting. Right. So those patients with this synchrony, you recent combined the left and the right. Now you're sending a pulse pressure strong enough you activate the battery flex let a convoluted way to do it. How did you see that actually signed to do it well? Alex secrets wandered in the body we went with a Wyatt directly into those better receptors in the. Wall and activate though cells. Jackie with. Why go all around right now, our device would work in all forms of heart failure, but we have to go in developed the evidence one by one and demonstrates and in our first. Quote Unquote. beachhead strategy. We selected a large segment of patients who are not able to be treated by CIT devices. Why not the eligible for Siasi devices? Those patients are those who do not have distinctly. Right. So they left the right side of the heart beating in synchrony, but heart is not strong enough. The walls fin the muscles of the heart are tired at the. Pump, the blood.

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Moderna Coronavirus Vaccine Test in Monkeys Shows Promise

Morning Edition

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Moderna Coronavirus Vaccine Test in Monkeys Shows Promise

"Are reporting encouraging results from animal studies of an experimental Corona virus vaccine. NPR's Joe Palooka says it's the same vaccine that's in its final stage of testing on humans by Massachusetts based Moderna. The vaccine is a collaboration between the National Institutes of Health and the U. S biotech firm Moderna. As they report in the New England Journal of Medicine. Researchers gave recess macaque monkeys two injections of the vaccine a month apart after the second injection, they exposed them to the Corona virus. Two days later, the researchers look for signs of infection. Nearly all of the vaccinated animal's showed no sign of active virus in their nose or lungs, whereas a group of unvaccinated animals all showed signs of infection. The new vaccine is now being tested and as many as 30,000 human volunteers to see if it will protect them from getting covert. 19 Joe Palka NPR news

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Viruses dont discriminate, but health care often does

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:12 min | 3 months ago

Viruses dont discriminate, but health care often does

"Tech were reporting on the innovations that will help us transition to a post pandemic feature, and some that might create even more inequality. A paper published in June. In the new, England Journal of Medicine, looked at how artificial intelligence is used to determine treatments and care. It found that many of the algorithms used in medicine use race as a variable. For example, many doctors use algorithms to estimate how well a patient's kidneys are functioning, because that's hard to test directly. Those algorithms use several factors including race to make these guesses Leo Eisenstein is a position and why you and Bellevue hospitals and one of the authors of the paper. We're seeing differences in outcomes not because. People who are black, have essentially different bodies, but their experience of being black in this country is essentially different, but encoded in the world of healthcare is the idea that black and brown bodies are different and as a result there's an excuse for why there are inequalities of health in the notion that these are produced naturally by racial differences Dorothy Roberts is a professor at the University of Pennsylvania who wrote a book about race in science and medicine, people will say black race predicts for some bad outcome when it's actually structural racism that's operating to put people in A. A vulnerable position where they are at risk Roberts talks about one study that examined why Black Women in Chicago started dying from breast cancer at a much higher rate than white women. Beginning in the nineteen ninety S, researchers concluded it was not because black women's health got worse. It was because there had been huge advances in breast, cancer, detection and treatment over those twenty years, and the best machines are located in private hospitals where more advantage people go Robert said that history makes her deeply worried about the distribution of life saving technology to treat or prevent covid nineteen. There are ways in which racism is built into the. He's rationing guidelines. which are based on a premise that scarce resources shouldn't be wasted on someone who might die at the hospital now because we live in a society that is structured by racism. This tool is systematically going to discriminate against black patients because they have already experienced a society that is set up in a way to produce lower life expectancy for them. Dorothy Roberts is a professor at the University of Pennsylvania. And now for some related links, there's more reading about systemic bias and medical treatment at our website marketplace. Tech Dot Org. The nonprofit science and Tech magazine dark has a long piece out this week. About how systemic bias is probably leading to disproportionately higher death rates among black and Brown people in the US, not just because of CO morbidity is associated with poverty or increased exposure to pollution say, but because researchers found that black and indigenous people in particular may also beginning turned away from hospitals or denied testing until it's too late. Yesterday we talked about vaccine innovations also Monday one of the leading. Vaccine Research Companies Madeira announced that it will start one of the biggest vaccine trial in the world, enrolling some thirty thousand people to test out its Kobe vaccine candidate. The maderno vaccine uses the method we talked about yesterday called M. R., n., A. The Viral Messenger that then uses the body's own cells to create antibodies to the fragment of viral particles. I'm Ali would and that's marketplace tech.

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The impact of race on kidney transplantation

Second Opinion

03:04 min | 3 months ago

The impact of race on kidney transplantation

"Is a slight man who worked as a house painter. Until his nearly lifelong high blood pressure wreaked havoc on his kidneys this week. He was told that he would not be put on the kidney transplant list because his kidney function was still too good, he was devastated to him. His kidney failure was wrecking his life. One of the main functions of the kidney is to filter the blood and remove contentment and fluid from the body. One important test used to assess kidney function is called the glow Mary Tyler filtration rate or G. F. R. The. Number is a mathematical calculation to determine the kidneys filtering ability. The calculation is based on the person's age and sex and race among other things we're the GFR becomes a subject for an NPR. Medical commentary is around the use of race in the calculation to determine gfr. Race in the calculation is quoted as either black or not black, according to a recent article in the New England Journal of Medicine. The reason that race is part of the calculation is based on the stereotype that black people have higher. Higher Muscle Mass, the non-blacks studies suggest this assumption is not based on strong science, a higher muscle mass with lead to a higher gfr in less there was a mathematical correction normal. Jeff are levels are about sixty. When a person's gfr drops below twenty, they can then be placed on a transplant list, but Rodney's Jeff are was still too high because he had points added to his score because he's black. This made his kidney function appear more normal. If he was not black, he would've made the criteria and he'd be on the transplant list, and there is nothing about Rodney that anybody would label as high muscle mass. Five foot seven and weighs only one hundred and thirty pounds. Even if Rodney were placed on the transplantation list, he would face other problems. The scale used to predict the failure of donors transplantations uses race as an indicator of success. The reason race is included is a non evidence based assumption that kidneys that come from black donors perform worse than kidneys that come from non black donors regardless of the recipients race, so this discourages surgeons from transplanting black kidneys out of an unwarranted fear that they may have a higher rate of failure. What all this means for Rodney is that even when he does get on the transplant list. His wait for a kidney with a good match will be even

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Study results on steroid to reduce COVID-19 deaths published

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01:21 min | 3 months ago

Study results on steroid to reduce COVID-19 deaths published

"A cheap common steroid call deck Samantha Stone may help patients with severe covid nineteen study says. A paper published Friday in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests a low cost steroid may be a valuable treatment for severe covid, Nineteen building upon encouraging preliminary findings from last month in June UK researchers reported that dexsa methods zone, a cheap, widely available steroid that can lower inflammation in the body, appeared to reduce by a third, the risk of death among patients with severe covid nineteen. UK. Practitioners began using decks method zone the very same day the results were announced, but some medical experts were more guarded arguing no conclusions should be made without seeing the trials full results. Those results were published today in any J. M. and they seem to support. What was announced last month Dexsa method soon did not. Benefit for Covid, nineteen patients sick enough to require respiratory support, but it had no such benefit, and even showed the potential for some possible harm for patients with milder

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Stocks close higher amid optimism around potential vaccine

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00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Stocks close higher amid optimism around potential vaccine

"Hiram and early but encouraging news about potential Corona virus vaccines. NPR's Scott Horsley is more investors. Welcome to report in the New England Journal of Medicine showing a vaccine candidate developed by Madonna appeared safe and triggered the hope for immune response in a small trial with a few dozen patients. Is also a phase. One trial of another potential vaccine from AstraZeneca and Oxford University are expected next week. Vaccines will have to pass much bigger test to win approval. But the preliminary results were enough to push stocks higher. The S and P 500 index jumped 9/10 of a percent. The Dow climb more than 8/10 and the NASDAQ rose six tents. Federal Reserve reports that U. S industrial production rose nearly 5.5% last month that was still down about 11% from its level before the pandemic.

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"new england journal" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"new england journal" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"The New England Journal of stuff. We already knew. Older people are more susceptible to fake news. And not only to the elderly spread the most fake news. They spread it in all caps. So it's like. True. We talked a bit about that yesterday. A lot of it has to do. They don't understand technology. And the other thing is it wasn't wasn't done it malice. That's one of the things they pointed out in the study that that while the older generation and not in mass compared to to to left side, both sides tend to do it. But the right was definitely the one who is guilty. The most neither side did it in in in a way that they were doing it. Purposefully. They just look at something and they take it at face value. Maybe that's the era. They came from. I I don't know. But. This is funny. Oh my goodness. Some of the stuff that I'll see on my Facebook for people that without being a jerk. You know that are that are older. Is ridiculous. I just sit there and go my God. You don't even whatever, you know, what? Yeah. I yeah. You know? I look at it. And I don't wanna get into it with them. But. I could. It's Bs, and if I know them personally, I'll send them a quick direct message saying, look, you know, that's not real. And then oh, I didn't know. Yeah. So 'cause they just take it at face value. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us. He's coming to the hill. President Trump's former attorney fixed or Michael Cohen agreeing to testify under oath and in public on Capitol Hill to give what he's calling a full and credible account of his ten years at Trump's side sentenced to three years in prison. Coen pleaded guilty to lying to congress about the president's plans to build a Trump Tower in Moscow plans that extended well into the campaign, and he admitted to facilitating hush money payments in the months before the election to two women who alleged they had affairs with Trump payments that for months, the president denied knowing anything about you think those women are sitting there going what? Jeff bezos. What how hot is the what's the girl that he's with what? Oh that that day that Cohen is going to do to do the show to me. It'll be a show more than it'll be testimony on the hill. It'll be a show they might as well bring it sponsors. Maybe some of the senators could wear some of the people the throw money at them. Maybe they could put like, you know, they could have suits on like race car drivers do. So it'll be interesting, but it'll be more show than anything else. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us. We're still shut down twenty one days and counting and we're going to go at least through the weekend. But don't be surprised if Trump does this sooner rather than later, you can always text the program. Check us out at Chadbensonshow an Instagram as well. And of course, that their Facebook kids. The Chad Benson.

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"new england journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"new england journal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the new england journal of medicine i've been speaking to marina we'd mirror of the w h as department of reproductive health and research you first of all set out the scale of the problem around seventy thousand women die every year because the haymarket during childbirth postpartum so this is the main course and increases the risk to their babies dying within one month so they that the majority of all these debts can be if we use prophylactic ultra tonics your labor and here's where the characters in the draft that we tested in these huge trial comes so just explain to us first of all what what is given to women at the moment the drug that's given and why that's not always as effective as it could be so did dragged its recommended by who it's oxytocin it's tonic oxytocin and the problem with oxytocin east that it has to be kept in the freight test week kept between to decrease all the time from the time that the manufacturer until it's woman and this is the problem in many lowermiddleincome countries were they decrease two systems don't work properly they sometimes they don't have fridges so the drag is not caped in the coal chain all the time and therefore they dosing potency and its effectiveness so just to be clear there's nothing wrong with oxytocin no it's just needs to be kept in the right conditions to be no yeah you are right oxytocin works perfectly well for preventing for treating our for other things you'd say very good drag but the problem is the free it has to be kept in the coating and just explain for us what are you tonic does so deter tonic acts at the level of the uterus contracting so they mean cause of aspartame hemorrhage is the uterus that doesn't contract after the baby's birth so you need to put a rack that stimulates the contraction of the uterus to stop the bleeding so this new drug is another utah taneeka and is much more effective at different temperatures reducing it's another tony it's very similar talks and it's not that it's more effective it's the same defectiveness is the same as active but the beauty of this product is that can stay at thirty degrees celsius for three years doesn't need the freight how long will it take then to roll this new drug out so those mothers in those regions he's already in the market the heat stable correct tulsa is the new version of the drug that has excipient different excipient and this is one that we have to register in different markets so once we get the approvals from different markets in different countries then it's going to be available hopefully next year it will be available and that was marianna we'd met of the world health organization you're listening to newshour from the bbc do stay with us we're going to be heading to siberia again in just a couple of minutes.

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"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Welcome this is the new england journal of medicine i'm dr michael bearer this week may thirty first two thousand eighteen we feature articles on radio artery or safin's vein grafts for cabbage immunotherapy in lung cancer and early endo venus ablation for venus ulcers a review article on multiplicity considerations in clinical trials a case report of a woman with leg swelling and abdominal distension and perspective articles on innovation for pandemics on dilemmas physicians confront regarding aid in dying on excluding observation stays from readmission rates and on preserving access for people with disabilities radio artery or saf in his vein grafts in carnegie artery bypass surgery by mario dino from weill cornell medicine new york the use of radio artery grafts for carneiro artery bypass grafting cabbage may result in better post operative outcomes than the use of savviness vein grafts however randomized control trials comparing radio artery grafts and safin's vein grafts have been individually underpowered to detect differences in clinical outcomes these authors performed a patient level combined analysis of six trials involving a total of one thousand thirty six patients after a mean follow up time of sixty months the incidence of adverse cardiac events was significantly lower in association with radial artery grafts than with savviness vein grafts hazard ratio zero point six seven at follow oh up n geography mean follow up fifty months the use of radio artery grafts was also associated with a significantly lower risk of inclusion hazard ratio zero point four four as compared with the use of savviness vein grafts the use of radio artery grafts was associated with a nominally lower incidence of my cardio infarction hazard ratio zero point seven two and a lower incidence of repeat revaz killer ization hazard ratio zero point five zero but not a lower incidence of death from any cause hazard ratio zero point nine zero.

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"new england journal" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

The mindbodygreen Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"new england journal" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

"Alzheimer's with the literature starting to indicate that yes there is a correlation between elevation of the blood sugar and risk for developing alzheimer's appearing in september two thousand thirteen in the new england journal of medicine demonstrating quite interestingly that you don't have to be diabetic you don't have to have a very high blood sugar to have this relationship hold true as a matter of fact they indicated that blood sugars that we would at that time have considered to be so so called in the normal range are actually also associated with increased risk of brain degeneration that was a very powerful a ha moment for me because no one was talking about it all i was being told in the neurology journals that i would read the neurology lectures that i would attend in meetings i would tend in terms of western medicine derived events was what to do for the oust heimer patient in terms of medication to this day as you and i have this conversation there is no effective treatment for alzheimer's disease and yet we were being above bartered with sketchy science that would indicate that we're supposed to place all of our patients on a particular medication called donepezil as that was going to prove helpful it didn't work then and it doesn't work now well i was not satisfied with that i mean he were here we were trying to close the barn door when the cow got out and we couldn't find the cow and so it really made me want to focus on the notion of prevention as it relates to douse hammers keeping the brain healthy and no one would talk about such thing while at that time in those days there were preventive strategies for osteoporosis and coronary artery disease people talking about the heart smart diet and women gaining weight doing weight bearing.

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"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Welcome this is the new england journal of medicine i'm dr lisa johnson this week may tenth twenty eighteen we feature articles on mri in prostate cancer diagnosis zeka virus and the blood supply pembrey liz you mab ativan therapy for melanoma and transfer aren a derivatives and tumor cell growth review articles on essential tremor and on idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis a case report of a woman with a rash hypo nutri mia and uv itis and perspective articles on charting a path for improving performance measurement on deployment of preventive interventions and on moving on mri targeted or standard biopsy for prostate cancer diagnosis by vera cousin his vitam from the university college london in this randomized study five hundred men with a clinical suspicion of prostate cancer who had not undergone biopsy previously were assigned to undergo mri with or without targeted biopsy or standard trans rectal ultrasonography guided biopsy men in the mri targeted biopsy group underwent a targeted biopsy without standard biopsy cores if the mri was suggestive of prostate cancer in the mri targeted biopsy group twenty eight percent of men had mri results that were not suggestive of prostate cancer so they did not undergo biopsy clinically significant cancer was detected in thirty eight percent of men in the mri targeted biopsy group as compared with twenty six percent in the standard biopsy group mri with or without targeted biopsy was non inferior to standard biopsy and the ninety five percent confidence interval indicated the superiority of this strategy over standard biopsy fewer men in the mri targeted biopsy group then in the standard biopsy group received a diagnosis of clinically insignificant cancer adjusted difference minus thirteen percentage points the use of risk assessment with mri before biopsy and m r i targeted biopsy was superior to standard trans rectal ultra sinaga fy guided biopsy in men at clinical risk for prostate cancer who had not undergone biopsy preview.

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"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Welcome this is the new england journal of medicine i'm dr lisa johnson this week may third twenty eighteen we feature articles on triple inhalers in copd fish oil and dry disease abass one inhibitor for alzheimer's disease the potential health effects of reducing nicotine the i r seaview on colorectal screening and the best medical care in the world a review article on calcified axis a clinical problem solving article describing the wrong frame of mind and perspective articles on care for undocumented immigrants on reform at risk unimproved adoption of ehr's in psychiatry care and on questionable admissions visit any j m dot org to view a new video in clinical medicine on peripheral arterial disease of the lower limbs this video presents the systematic assessment of arterial perfusion of the lower limbs to prevent limb or tissue loss oncedaily single inhaler triple versus dual therapy in patients with copd by david lipson from glaxosmithkline collegeville pennsylvania this trial involving ten thousand three hundred fifty five patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease copd compared fifty two weeks of a oncedaily triple therapy combination of flu tikka sewn a glucocorticoid you mecklai denia m along acting musk rennick antagonised and philander all along acting beta two agonists triple therapy with flu tikka sewn valente rawal and you mick ladainian philander all each regimen was administered in a single elliptic inhaler the rate of moderate or severe vassar basins in the triple therapy group with zero point nine one per year as compared with one point zero seven per year in the flu tick assan philander all group fifteen percent difference and one point two one per year in the u mikla neom valente ralph group twenty five percent difference the annual rate of severe exacerbate resulting in hospitalization in the triple therapy group was zero point one three as compared with zero point one nine in the u mikla denia philander all group there was a higher incidence of pneumonia in the inhaled glucocorticoid group and the risk of clinician diagnosed monja was significantly higher with triple therapy than with you make ladainian philander all triple therapy with flu tick assan you mecca de neom and valente role resulted in a lower rate of moderate or severe copd exacerbate than flu.

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"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Welcome this is the new england journal of medicine i'm dr lisa johnson this week april fifth twenty eighteen we feature articles on checkpoint inhibition in renal cell cancer blood pressure reduction in black barbershops child to adult change in overweight and type two diabetes outpatient talcum administration for plural desus and the promise and reality of price transparency a review article on epigenetics in disease prevention and mitigation a clinical problem solving article describing a stream of consciousness and perspective articles on whether macro will improve physician reimbursement on bedside computer vision and on cousin pam visit any j m dot org to watch a new video in clinical medicine showing ultrasound guidance for pleural catheter placement the indications as for pleural drainage are diagnostic and therapeutic this video demonstrates ultrasound guided placement of a small bore pigtailed catheter for drainage of a plural of fusion ny volume knob plus if olympia mab versus soon ib in advanced renal cell carcinoma by robert motzer from memorial sloan kettering cancer center new york in this face three trial one thousand ninety six patients with previously untreated clear cell advanced renal cell carcinoma were randomly assigned to receive combination t cell checkpoint therapy with niveau you mab plus ipo limb you mob or soon it nip eight hundred forty seven patients had intermediate or poor risk at a median follow up of twenty five point two months in intermediate and poor risk patients the eighteen month overall survival rate with seventy five percent with nevada mab plus ipo limb you mab and sixty percent with soon it nib the me.

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"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Welcome this is the new england journal of medicine i'm dr michael bearer this week march twenty second two thousand eighteen we feature articles on h pylori therapy for gastric cancer prevention genetic protection against chronic liver disease veneto cracks tux map treatment and chronic lymphocytic leukemia and high versus low flow oxygen therapy in bronchiolitis a review article on auto immune polly endocrine syndromes a case report of a man with hiv infection and facial mass and perspective articles on alzheimer's disease in physicians on myth and measurement on broken hearts and opened eyes and on life as a depressed medical student helix bactor pylori therapy for the prevention of metaxas gastric cancer by ill ju tree from the national cancer center goiong south korea the long term effects of treatment to aratu kate he look oh bactor pylori on historic improvement and the prevention of matacas gastric cancer remain unclear in this randomized trial four hundred seventy patients who had undergone endoscopic reception of early gastric cancer or high grade adenoma were assigned to receive either h pylori eradication therapy with antibiotics or placebo during a median follow up of five point nine years matacas gastric cancer developed in seven point two percent of patients in the treatment group and in thirteen point four percent of patients in the placebo group among the three hundred twenty seven patients in subgroup that underwent history logic analysis improvement from baseline in the atrophy grade at the gastric corpus lesser curvature was observed in forty eight point four percent of the patients in the treatment group and in fifteen percent of those in the placebo group there were no serious adverse events mild adverse events were more common in the treatment group fortytwo percent versus ten point two percent.

dr michael bearer bronchiolitis hiv infection new england journal of medicin chronic liver disease leukemia alzheimer's disease south korea kate four percent two percent fortytwo percent fifteen percent twenty second nine years
"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Welcome this is the new england journal of medicine i'm dr michael bhirer this week march 1st two thousand eighteen we feature articles on steroids for septic shock balanced christa lords in noncritically ill adults balanced christa loyd's verses sailing in critically ill adults and the expanding hydrogel a review article on antibody mediated encephalitis a clinical problem solving article describing an unexpected expect racean and perspective articles on vaccination without litigation on whether work can be required in the medicaid program on friction in the path to the use of biosimilar drugs and on being out of the straitjacket adjunctive glucose court acquitted therapy in patients with septic shock by balasubramoniyan venkatesh from the university of new south wales sydney australia whether hydrocortisone reduces mortality among patients with septic shock is unclear in this study three thousand eight hundred patients with septic shock undergoing mechanical ventilation were assigned to receive an infusion of hydrocortisone or placebo for seven days or until death or discharge from the intensive care unit whichever came first at ninety days twenty seven point nine percent of patients in the hydrocortisone group and twenty eight point eight percent in the placebo group had died the effect of the trial regimen was similar in six pre specified subgroups patients who received hydrocortisone had a faster resolution of shock and a lower incidence of blood transfusion than among those who received placebo patients in the hydrocortisone group had a shorter duration of the initial episode of mechanical ventilation than those in the placebo group but take.

dr michael bhirer christa lords christa loyd balasubramoniyan venkatesh new england journal of medicin university of new south wales sydney australia eight percent nine percent ninety days seven days
"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Welcome this is the new england journal of medicine i'm dr lisa johnson this week february eighth 2018 we feature articles on praises in for trauma related nightmares in veterans dr toomey map plus chemotherapy in my aloma an anti ccr four antibody in htlv one associated spastic parapro recess and consequences of the 340 be drug pricing program a review article on post transplantation lymphoproliferative disorders a case report of a newborn with rombo cited pina cataract and have had a splint omega louis and prospective articles on redefining hypertension on the judicial threat to public health innovation on discounted drugs for needy patients and hospitals and on reach who've in aiding regenerative medicine regulation trial of praise as sinn for post traumatic stress disorder in military veteran's by murray raskin from the veterans affairs puget sound healthcare system seattle washington in this trial three hundred and four veterans who had chronic post traumatic stress disorder ptsd and reported frequent nightmares were randomly assigned to receive praises sin and alfa one adrina receptor antagonised or placebo for twenty six weeks at ten weeks there were no significant differences between the praises in group and the placebo group in the mean change from baseline in the clinician administered ptsd scale item b two recurrent distressing dreams score between group difference zero point two in the mean change in the pittsburgh sleep quality index gore between group difference zero point one or in the clinical global impression of change score between group difference zero there were no significant differences in these measures at twenty six weeks or in other secondary outcomes at ten weeks the mean difference between the praises in group and the placebo group in the change from baseline in supine systolic blood pressure was a decrease of six point seven millimeters mercury the adverse event of new or worsening suicidal ita shen occurred in eight percent of the participants assigned to praises in verses fifteen percent of those assigned to placebo in this trial involving military veterans who had chronic ptsd praises sin did not alleviate distressing dreams or improved sleep quality this result is in contrast to findings in.

dr lisa johnson lymphoproliferative disorders rombo sinn murray raskin washington pittsburgh new england journal of medicin dr toomey seattle twenty six weeks ten weeks fifteen percent eight percent
"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Welcome this is the new england journal of medicine i'm dr lisa johnson this week december twenty eighth 2017 we feature articles on gene transfer in haemophilia a car tcells for bcell lymphoma and mri scanning in patients with cardiac devices a review article on chronic graft versus host disease a case report of a woman with headache anemia and thrombosis ido pina and perspective articles on better quality compound to drugs on emergency legal authority and the opioid crisis and on healthcare professionals and law enforcement a v five factor eight gene transfer in severe haemophilia a by savita rang guarajil him from hampshire hospitals nhs foundation trust basingstoke united kingdom patients with hemophilia a rely on exhaust janice factor eight to prevent bleeding and joints soft tissue and the central nervous system this phase one to dose escalation study of factor eight gene transfer used a single intravenous infusion of an added no associated virus ciro type five a v five vector in nine men with severe haemophilia a factor eight activity levels remained at three international units or less per deciliter in the recipients of the low or intermediate does in the high dose cohort the factor eight activity level was more than five international units per deciliter between weeks two and nine after gene transfer in all seven participants and the level in six participants increased to a normal value go greater than fifty international units per deciliter that was maintained at one year after receipt of the dose toxic effects were minimal and leading episodes nearly eliminated no neutralising antibodies to factor eight were detected the infusion of a v five vector was associated with the sustained normalization of factor eight activity level over a period of one year in six of seven participants who received a high dose with stabilization of he must stasis and a profound reduction in factor eight use in all seven participants in this small study no safety events were noted but no safety conclusions can be drawn h marique of vandenberg from the pete net haemophilia research foundation barn the netherlands rights in an editorial that the landmark studies by wrangling.

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"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Welcome this is the new england journal of medicine i'm dr michael bhirer this week november 30th two thousand seventeen we feature articles on treatments for migraine the red cells transfusion threshold for cardiac surgery growth trajectories of childhood obesity and hiv prevention efforts and incidence of hiv in uganda a review article on a cute graft versus host disease a case report of a man with unintentional opioid overdoses and perspective articles on strengthening the aca for the long term on lessons from the latest a c a battle and on a dentist turned medical students real patients freeman as you man for the preventive treatment of chronic migraine by stephen silverstein from thomas jefferson university philadelphia pennsylvania freeman as you mab is a humanized monoclonal antibody targeting calcitonin jeanrelated peptide cg rp these investigators compared to freeman as you may have dose regimens with placebo for the prevention of chronic migraine in one thousand one hundred thirty patients the mean number of baseline headache days per month was thirteen point two with freeman as you map quarterly twelve point eight with freeman as you may have monthly and thirteen point three with placebo the least squares mean reduction in the average number of headache days per month was four point three with freeman as you ma'am quarterly four point six with freeman as you met monthly and two point five with placebo the percentage of patients with a reduction of at least fifty percent in the average number of headache days per month was 38 percent in the freemen as you may have quarterly group.

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"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Welcome this is the new england journal of medicine i'm dr michael bhirer this week november ninth 2017 we feature articles on edge of an therapy for melanoma with b raff mutations navan you man versus a dilemma for advanced melanoma breast cancer risk after endocrine therapy prostheses for a arctic and mitral valve replacement age of red cells for transfusion and critical illness and purging the pig genome as a step to zeno transplantation a review article on genetic diseases in dna repair pathways a case report of a man with fever weight loss and weakness and perspective articles on the view from puerto rico on preparing for the next harvey erma or maria on creating healthy communities after disasters and on explaining sluggish savings under accountable care adjutant the braff amid plus tremendous job in stage three be raff mutated melanoma by jorgihno long from the university of sydney north sydney new south wales australia in this study eight hundred seventy patients with completely respected stage three melanoma with b raff v six hundred e or visa kse hundred came mutations were randomly assigned to receive the b raff inhibitor debris caffeinated plus the mech inhibitor tremendous job or match placebo for twelve months at a median follow up of two point eight years the estimated three year rate of relapse free survival was fifty eight percent in the combination therapy group and thirty nine percent in the placebo group the three year overall survival rate was eighty six percent in the combination therapy group and seventy seven percent in the placebo group but this level of improvement did not cross the pre specified interim analysis boundary of p equals zero point zero zero zero zero one nine.

dr michael bhirer critical illness harvey erma south wales new england journal of medicin mitral valve puerto rico maria raff university of sydney sydney three year seventy seven percent fifty eight percent thirty nine percent eighty six percent twelve months eight years
"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Welcome this is the new england journal of medicine i'm dr michael bhirer this week august 24th two thousand seventeen we feature articles on the global burden of rheumatic heart disease dig ludek verses glory gene in type 2 diabetes intensive blood pressure treatment and patient reported outcomes and the cost of intensive blood pressure control a review article on the diagnosis of liver disease a case report of a woman with fever hype attention and high poxy mia and perspective articles on stretching the scope on threats to information security and on man versus nature global regional and national burden of rheumatic heart disease 1990 to two thousand fifteen by david watkins from the university of washington seattle romantic heart disease remains an important preventable cause of cardiovascular death and disability particularly in low income and middle income countries these investigators estimated global regional and national trends in the prevalence of and mortality due to romantic heart disease as part of the two thousand fifteen global burden of disease study there were an estimated three hundred nineteen thousand four hundred deaths due to romatically heart disease in two thousand fifteen global agestandardised mortality ju to romantic heart disease decreased by forty seven point eight percent from 1992 two thousand fifteen but large differences were observed across regions in two thousand fifteen the highest agestandardised mortality due to an prevalence of rheumatic heart disease were observed in olshey arnia south asia and central subsaharan africa in two thousand fifteen it was estimated that there were thirty three point four million cases of rheumatic heart disease and ten point five million disability adjusted life years due to romantic heart disease globally.

dr michael bhirer liver disease david watkins new england journal of medicin blood pressure university of washington seattle olshey arnia south asia eight percent
"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Welcome this is the new england journal of medicine i'm dr lisa johnson this week august third 2017 we feature articles on ngo tents and two for the treatment of azo dilatory shock either ryu kids you mab for deva gatt trend reversal igg endo pep two days in patients undergoing transplantation my dasta and plus chemotherapy for an male and screening of stem cells for clinical use a review article on evidence for health decisions beyond rc tease a clinical problem solving article that describes all that resources and perspective articles on the cyber attack on britain's national health service on gaba penton and pre gaba lynn for pain and on recognising sepsis as a global health priority ngo tensson two for the treatment of azo dilatory shock by a sheesh khanna from the cleveland clinic ohio vasile dilatory shock that does not respond to high dose vase oppressors is associated with high mortality this study investigated the effectiveness of ngo tensson two for the treatment of patients with this condition three hundred and 44 patients with vasile dilatory shock who receiving more than zero point two micrograms of norepinephrine per kilogram of body weight per minute or the equivalent dose of another vasile presser were randomly assigned to receive infusions of either ngo tents in two or placebo the primary endpoint point with respect to mean arterial pressure at three hours with responds defined as an increase from baseline of at least ten millimetres mercury or an increase to at least seventy five millimetres mercury was reached by more patients in the ngo tensson two group sixty nine point nine percent then in the placebo group twenty three point four percent.

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"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"new england journal" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Welcome this is the new england journal of medicine i'm dr michael bhirer this week july twentieth two thousand seventeen we feature articles on ngo poyton like three and cardiovascular disease enhanced prophylaxis for advanced hiv implementation of medical homes physician payment reform and follicles stimulating hormone and at a paucity a review article on southern iraq noise hemorrhage a case report of a woman with fever headache and my aljaz and perspective articles on controlling the cost of medicaid on active surveillance for low risk cancers and on managing uncertainty genetic and pharmacologic inactivation of an gpt three and cardiovascular disease by frederick julie from regenerate genetic center tarrytown new york loss of function variance in the ngo poyton like three jean and gpt l3 have been associated with decreased plasma levels of triglycerides low density lifeboat protein ldl cholesterol and high density lightbulb protein hdl cholesterol this study examined the relationship between an gpt l3 loss of function variance and coronary artery disease in fifty eight thousand three hundred thirty five participants in the discovery ehr human genetic study participants with heterogenius loss of function variance in an gpt l3 had significantly lower serum levels of triglycerides hdl cholesterol and ldl cholesterol then participants without these variance loss of function variance were found in zero point three three percent of case patients with coronary artery disease and in zero point four five percent of controls these results were confirmed in the followup studies in dis lipid de make mice inhibition of an gpt l3 with evan accu mab resulted in a greater decrease in atherosclerotic lesion area in the crowded content than a control antibody.

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"new england journal" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"new england journal" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"The new england journal of medicine just put out a thing they did a survey of all the research on this one to two thousand people will die if you seven hundred fifty thousand people from from medicaid so that means here killing one to two thousand killing the four hundred ringling journal of medicine promotes yeah they they did a survey basically people on medicaid get better healthcare outcomes have access to a doctor they don't have to have a catastrophic costs go bankrupt the this works and it saves lives he goes on to say the killing people the republicans are how how can we have a deep if people are allowed to go on tv and say that without being challenge with joe scarborough just sitting there going honda wow the journal of medicine look the new england journal of medicine runs leftwing editorials all the time thereby doctors but they're left wing doctors lee run these editorials just quoting editorial i mean it you know so what so what the underlying principle that he's talking about is that if if you don't have obamacare people will die then the question is shouldn't we have gotten healthier under obamacare but in fact we have in fact the the american life expectancies and decline isn't declined for the first time since nineteen 93 why are people dying more under obamacare and living shorter periods the let me say this study on mortality rates released on thursday by the national center health statistics showed that americans could expect to live for seventy eight point eight years in 2015 a decrease of point one from the year before the overall death rate increased one point two percent that's about eighty six thousand two hundred twelve more deaths than those recorded in 2014 silva bothma care so great how come we are dying earlier i mean how come we were not healthier the but there's nobody on this is as embassies all i won't.

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