Most Recent Articles by Anna Jernstedt
The rates of anti-HCV orders and tests were collected from 4 medical specialties within a 30 mile radius of University of Michigan, Ann Arbor campus.
Researchers from the United States and Italy examined 3 cohorts of women to study rates of miscarriage and infertility in HCV, and how early antiviral treatment can affect them.
The study includes a large number of diverse hospitals which account for approximately 10% of all acute care hospitalizations in the United States in 2014.
Pregnant women who received vaccines containing the pH1N1 antigen for 2 consecutive influenza seasons may have increased risk for spontaneous abortion 28 days postvaccination.
An international panel of experts applied the GRADE system and choose 7 PICO questions to generate recommendations for HAP/VAP.
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