Most Recent Articles by Shannon Aymes, MD
Sleep behavior and irritability may be early noncognitive symptoms of Alzheimer's dementia.
Dextromethorphan is thought to have an impact on all 3 therapeutic pathways for dyskinesia.
Neglecting abnormalities in ECG readings could result in serious acute cardiac events in patients presenting with stroke.
Intensive antiplatelet therapy appears to reduce risk of recurrence immediately after stroke, but may pose risks further out.
Monitored anesthesia was found to be as safe and effective as general anesthesia in patients undergoing endovascular therapy for stroke.
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