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Hearts Saved As Doctors Put Cutting Edge Discoveries to Use

... results in March that showed angioplasty is being overused on people who have chest pain but are not in immediate danger of a heart attack. But this popular procedure, which typically uses stents to keep an unclogged vessel open, is still a powerful tool for saving those who are having a heart attack or are ...

National Cancer Database Reveals Disparities in Access to Thyroid Cancer Surgery

...ACS Cancer Programs, observed. "A procedure can be overused and underused in the same hospital setting. However, our studies show that it is possible to develop criteria for appropriate use that can help health care providers deliver the best care to patients." The thyroid gland is a butterfly-shaped organ ...

Hearts Saved As Doctors Put Cutting Edge Discoveries to Use

... results in March that showed angioplasty is being overused on people who have chest pain but are not in immediate danger of a heart attack. But this popular procedure, which typically uses stents to keep an unclogged vessel open, is still a powerful tool for saving those who are having a heart attack or are ...

Discontinuing Overused Pain Medications Helps Revert Migraines

...l Center in Seoul have reported that discontinuing overused pain medication// , following an exercise regimen ...eir chronic headaches after abruptly discontinuing overused pain medications and other drugs, while the remainder of patients failed to improve. The study ...

Asthma Patients Under The Care Of An Allergist Report Less Severe Symptoms

... care physician, and were also less likely to have overused Beta-agonists, a rescue medication, in the past year. They also were more likely to receive inhaled steroids, the preferred medication for the prophylactic treatment of chronic, persistent asthma. Inhaled steroids are effective in reducing airway ...

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