Most Recent Articles by Sweta Gupta
Hematocrit levels and presence of erythrocytosis were associated with awake and nocturnal hypoxemia, according to the study.
Increased risk of pediatric multiple sclerosis was observed in patients with prior exposure to EBV, HSV-1, and vitamin D deficiency.
Sepsis is associated with pathways that lead to permanent neurological sequelae.
People with HBV were 76% more likely and those with HCV were 51% more likely to develop PD than people in the comparison group.
Patients were 10% to 30% less likely to acquire a multidrug-resistant organism or C difficile if enhanced disinfection strategies were used in hospitals.
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