Feb 2010
Vol. 59
No. 2

Applied Evidence

  • Applied Evidence

    A new glucose monitoring option

    These new devices allow patients to measure glucose continuously, via a tiny sensor in the skin. Here’s how they work, and which patients may...

  • Applied Evidence

    Detecting the other reflux disease

    Laryngopharyngeal reflux is a disorder, unlike GERD, that few patients (and too few physicians) are familiar with. Misdiagnosis is common—unless...

Commentary

Photo Rounds

  • Photo Rounds

    Surprising finding on colonoscopy

    While looking for the cause of our patient’s intermittent rectal bleeding, we discovered something else entirely.

PURLs

  • PURLs

    Start a statin prior to vascular surgery

    Rather than increasing cardiac complications, as previously feared, the perioperative use of statins appears to lower the risk.

Clinical Inquiries