Jun 2015
Vol. 64
No. 6

Applied Evidence

  • Applied Evidence

    Cirrhosis complications: Keeping them under control

    Ascites, variceal bleeding, hepatic encephalopathy, and hepatorenal syndrome are among the complications you are likely to encounter when caring...

  • Applied Evidence

    Improving our approach to preventive care

    Many components of the chronic care model can be successfully applied to preventive care, evidence shows. Here’s how to do more with the resources...

  • Applied Evidence

    Managing dyspepsia

    Although most cases of dyspepsia lack a structural cause, patients often suffer intermittently for years. In this article and treatment algorithm...

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