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December 2018

Concussion is Associated With a 2x Higher Risk of Suicide
Concussion is Associated With a 2x Higher Risk of Suicide 150 150 Jeb Phillips
Influences of Maternal Diabetes on Fetal Heart Development
Influences of Maternal Diabetes on Fetal Heart Development 150 150 Abbie Roth
Prediction of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia-Associated Pulmonary Hypertension by Combining Clinical and Genetic Data
Prediction of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia-Associated Pulmonary Hypertension by Combining Clinical and Genetic Data 150 150 Lauren Dembeck
Chronic Constipation: What Manometry Tells Us About Gastro-Colonic Response and Pathophysiology
Chronic Constipation: What Manometry Tells Us About Gastro-Colonic Response and Pathophysiology 150 150 Katie Brind'Amour, PhD, MS, CHES
Letting Go of The Screen (My 15-Year Journey With an EMR)
Letting Go of The Screen (My 15-Year Journey With an EMR) 1024 683 William Long, MD

Has the electronic medical record ruined medicine?  For those of us who trained pre-EMR, this conversion was a difficult change.  For ALL of us, regardless of age, the burden of charting and data entry is a significant reason for the alarming numbers of burned out and unhappy physicians.  There are many written opinions on this subject,…

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Prenatal Magnesium Sulfate May Not Reduce Cerebral Palsy Severity as Once Believed
Prenatal Magnesium Sulfate May Not Reduce Cerebral Palsy Severity as Once Believed 1024 575 Jeb Phillips

Improved neonatal care and earlier diagnosis and management may instead be reason for a decrease in cerebral palsy severity. A large randomized controlled trial showed in 2008 that when pregnant women at imminent risk of preterm delivery were given magnesium sulfate, their children had reduced rates of moderate or severe cerebral palsy. As a result…

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