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Expert Experience Interpreting Evidenced-Based Medicine.

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Heard at the Roundtable

  • “...the value of performing a Valsalva procedure cannot be underestimated when using agitated saline for the detection of a right to left shunt.”
    ~ Michael Main, MD

  • “Aspirin is said to minimize the flushing that occurs with the niacin products. Many of the patients we would consider candidates for niacin need to be on aspirin anyway because they’re high-risk.”
    ~ Peter H. Jones, MD

  • "One of the more controversial issues in medicine has been that of hypertension in pregnant women. The guidelines have not changed much in the last 50 years, although some effort to update these guidelines has been made recently."

    Marvin Moser, MD

  • "Over the last 2 decades, professional organizations have issued a number of screening guidelines. Initially, the AUA and ACS were very pro-screening. However, over time, they have acknowledged the fact that screening decisions are complicated, involving tradeoffs between benefits and harms, and that we need to help men make informed decisions."

    Richard Hoffman

  • “In depression care … we are increasingly calling for the use of standardized instruments and repeated measures.”
    ~ Alan Gelenberg