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Expert Experience Interpreting Evidenced-Based Medicine.

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Heard at the Roundtable

  • "HF [heart failure] is slightly more common in women—just over half of the HF population—and they certainly have more hypertension than we ever expected."

    W. Frank Peacock, MD

  • "So in someone who’s in his 70s, do you think we are where we can say that one really ought to turn to destination therapy VADs?"
    ~ James Young, MD

  • “Atrial fibrillation always looks essentially the same on the ECG, but it’s certainly not one disorder.”
    ~ James Reiffel, 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

  • "I think one of the things that is important for physicians to understand is that … we’ve had a long history of using a very complicated drug, warfarin. The new drugs are a significant advance, but they’re not necessarily going to be a cakewalk."
    Peter Kowey, MD