In a phase 3 trial, researchers assessed the safety and efficacy of erythropoietin in patients with optic neuritis as a clinically isolated syndrome.
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Researchers from Maastricht University in the Netherlands searched publication databases for studies of aggressive behaviors in psychiatric wards.
Experts from the Infectious Diseases Society of America provide updated guidelines for clinicians on COVID-19 prevention.
An expert panel offers guidelines for the thyroid eye disease therapy.
In a retrospective study, researchers compared the Let’s Image Malignancy, Intracranial Hemorrhage, and Trauma clinical decision instrument to unstructured physician judgment in the evaluation of patients with recurrent seizures.
Researchers sought to examine the predictive value of modifiable vascular risk factors in incident epilepsy among individuals ages 45 or older in the Framingham Heart Study.
Current published research supporting the use of intradiscal mesenchymal stem cells and PRP for discogenic back pain is of low quality.
The researchers sought to analyze cross-sectional and prospective associations between self-reported sleep and cognitive function in middle-to-older aged adults.
Researchers compared opioid-sparing effects between intravenous acetaminophen and oral acetaminophen in pediatric patients undergoing tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy.
Researchers sought to compare the benefits of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia for sleep, mental health symptoms, and quality of life in women veterans with and without probable PTSD with insomnia.
In a randomized controlled trial, researchers compared 2 doses and 2 constraint types of constraint-induced movement therapy to usual customary treatment in children with hemiparetic cerebral palsy.
The researchers sought to investigate the association between fish intake and global cerebrovascular disease burden based on brain MRI markers in a large population-based cohort of older adults.
This population-based cohort study found an association between new tramadol prescription and increased risk for mortality, cardiovascular events, and fractures.
Researchers aimed to identify predictors for acute postsurgical pain and pain at 3 months after surgery to develop prediction models.
In a phase 3 trial, researchers assessed the safety and efficacy of onasemnogene abeparovec for symptomatic patients younger than 6 months with SMA1 and one or two SMN2 copies.
Researchers conducted a study that compared the patterns and characteristics of acute flaccid myelitis among patients diagnosed in peak years vs those diagnosed in nonpeak years.
Celecoxib may be safe and effective for the treatment of acute migraine and migraine-associated symptoms among patients with episodic migraine.
PAMM is a common finding among older adults, and should indicate the potential for GCA, a report shows.
Researchers examined the 4-year outcomes of the PRAGUE-17 trial, which compared the effectiveness of LAA closure against NOACs for preventing cardioembolic events in AF.
Researchers sought to compare the brain morphometry of pediatric patients with epilepsy with myoclonic atonic seizure to healthy individuals years after epilepsy onset, and to correlate it to disease severity and cognitive findings.
Children with type 1 diabetes transitioning to adult diabetic care face unique challenges, including whether they have neuropathic lesions at the time of transition. Researchers sought to assess the neuropathic condition of this patient population to better define their needs.
Investigators conducted a study that compared the risk for intubation or death with convalescent plasma vs standard care for the treatment of patients hospitalized with COVID-19.
Researchers conducted a randomized clinical trial to assess the effects of lifestyle modifications on resistant hypertension.
In this fifth update to the living guidelines on drugs for the treatment of COVID-19, the World Health Organization analyzed results of clinical trials that assessed the effects of casirivimab-imdevimab and corticosteroids in patients with severe and non-severe disease.
No correlation was observed between symptoms of depression and abdominal aortic aneurysm progression.