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Law & Medicine
Question: Which of the following statements regarding Shinal v Toms, a recent landmark decision on informed consent, is correct?:A. The case was...
Do statins adversely affect mental health? The short answer is “no.”
Should endovascular repair be the preferred approach over traditional surgery for popliteal artery aneurysm?
Chronic mesenteric ischemia is best treated in an open operation. Chronic mesenteric ischemia is a rare disorder accounting for about 1 out of 100...
Rapid communication between frontline physicians who diagnose PE and those who can offer definitive management is the hallmark of the PERT...
Salvage limbs at all costsAggressive limb salvage in people with diabetes leads to an overall reduction in cost not only economically, but also...
Combating antibiotic resistance is a top public health priority in the United States and around the world, and having data to direct action is a...
From the Editor
"I propose it is time for us to embrace our surgical prowess rather than to treat open procedures like Cinderella’s ugly sisters."
Intravenous catheters are common and necessary for inpatient care, but peripheral – and especially central venous – catheters are associated with...
Writing should be fun! While some may view writing as painful (i.e., something you rather put off until all your household work, taxes, and even...
Carotid Disease & Stroke
- HOPE-3 wades into fray regarding optimal blood pressure targets
- Obesity paradox slings its weight around in atrial fibrillation
- LDL levels below 10 mg/dL shown safe, effective
- How to apply SPRINT findings to elderly patients
- Rheumatoid arthritis characteristics make large contribution to cardiovascular risk
- ANCA-associated vasculitis appears to increase risk of stroke, death
- Very-low-volume vascular surgery practice linked to worse outcomes
- Transradial PCI in acute coronary syndrome causes less kidney damage
- Muscle-related AEs reported in statin trial suggest ‘nocebo’ effect
- Vascular surgeons underutilize palliative care planning
- Shinal v. Toms: It’s Now Harder to Get Informed Consent
- Letters to the Editor: 'Endo hubris' - We got letters
- Mitigating Burnout - Part 3
- Special Report II: Tackling Burnout
- Hard road disproving that statins make you dumb
- Point/Counterpoint: Is endograft PAA repair durable?
- Open vs. endovascular for chronic mesenteric ischemia
- The PERT Movement – Vascular surgeons must answer the call
- Point/Counterpoint: Is limb salvage always best in diabetes?
- SVS (Specialty of Vascular Surgery): Why, How, and When