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Expert Experience Interpreting Evidenced-Based Medicine.

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Heard at the Roundtable

  • "I recommend to people who want to take home BPs, do it with a protocol. They take their BP twice a day for two weeks and that’s recently been shown to be all you really need."
    ~ Henry Black, MD

  • “Ezetimibe has a role for LDL cholesterol lowering when other options have been exhausted. A change in this approach will require compelling evidence from a clinical events trial.”
    ~ Robert S. Rosenson, MD

  • Although the two drugs lowered central pulse pressure in the brachial artery to the same degree, nebivolol lowered central pulse pressure more than atenolol.
    -John Cockcroft, MD

  • “We have substantial outcomes data with spironolactone and eplerenone; eplerenone in the post-MI patient, spironolactone more so in the Class III or Class IV heart failure patient. Clearly there has been a renaissance for the drugs.”
    ~ Bill Frishman, MD

  • "When untreated or unsuccessfully treated, these attacks typically last 4 to 72 hours. Migraine varies widely in frequency, severity, and impact on the patient’s quality of life."
    ~Brian Grosberg