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Expert Experience Interpreting Evidenced-Based Medicine.

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Heard at the Roundtable

  • “It could be tremendous for prevention in children. After being followed, maybe they will come back to have fewer drug problems, smoking issues.”
    ~ James Dalen

  • "The key point that we found is …that interpreting the treadmill test on the basis of the ST segment alone is obsolete and should be abandoned…I think an important point we need to make to clinicians is that the most important prognostic indicator is functional capacity."
    ~ Ezra A. Amsterdam, MD

  • “So JNC 8 might say that home BPs will be helpful in determining what the pressure is over time, but presently there is no trial evidence that knowing home blood pressures will decrease events.”
    ~ Marvin Moser, 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

  • “Certain activities like racquet sports, skiing, and basketball seem to be associated with a greater incidence of acute cardiovascular events. Many of these victims, especially those younger than 35, often have underlying structural cardiovascular abnormalities, most notably hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.”
    ~ Barry Franklin