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Study: Misdiagnoses lead to inappropriate antibiotic use

AANP SmartBrief | May 22, 2015

A 500-case study from a Minnesota Veterans Affairs hospital found misdiagnosis fuels inappropriate use of antibiotics. The drugs were inappropriately used in 95% of cases involving indeterminate or incorrect diagnoses and 38% of correctly diagnosed cases, according to a study in the journal Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology. Overall, 58% of diagnoses were correct. HealthDay News (05/20)


Study: No tie between topical vaginal estrogen and cancer risk

AANP SmartBrief | May 27, 2015

Phamacogentic and microarray testing coming to your practice

AANP SmartBrief | May 22, 2015

Study assesses clotting risk with new oral contraceptives

AANP SmartBrief | May 28, 2015

Mediterranean diet tied to lower endometrial cancer risk

AANP SmartBrief | May 28, 2015

Study: Many women at high risk for osteoporosis are not screened

AANP SmartBrief | May 27, 2015

Study assesses bleeding risk after warfarin interruption for surgery

AANP SmartBrief | May 27, 2015

Study IDs factors tied to development of celiac disease in children

AANP SmartBrief | May 28, 2015

New CE article in JNP

AANP SmartBrief | May 27, 2015

BRCA gene mutations present in late-stage prostate cancer tissue

AANP SmartBrief | May 22, 2015


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Additional CE now available in JNP for AANP members!

AANP SmartBrief | May 29, 2015

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AANP SmartBrief | May 28, 2015

New CE article in JNP

AANP SmartBrief | May 27, 2015

AANP Leadership Program

AANP SmartBrief | May 26, 2015

Phamacogentic and microarray testing coming to your practice

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