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Oxygen therapy as part of heart attack treatment may cause harm

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 20, 2014

Using oxygen as part of heart attack treatment may lead to greater cardiac damage, according to a study presented at a meeting of the American Heart Association. Patients who were given oxygen were more likely to experience complications including major bleeding and repeat heart attacks. "This study backs up previous research that shows oxygen should be treated as a drug, and prescribed appropriately," said interventional cardiologist Dr. Dion Stub. HealthDay News (11/19)


CDC official: Flu season beginning slowly in U.S.

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 25, 2014

New AANP member benefit -- ACP Smart Medicine

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 21, 2014

Clinical Implications of New Cholesterol Guidelines

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 21, 2014

USPSTF cites lack of evidence on accuracy, efficacy of early speech screening

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 20, 2014

Study links vitamin D deficiency to higher mortality risk

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 20, 2014

CDC: Infant death rate falls in U.S.

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 21, 2014

Vegetable-based diet more effective than drugs in diabetes care

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 26, 2014

Report cites surging annual cost of obesity

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 24, 2014

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AANP SmartBrief | Nov 25, 2014


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