NEJM


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NEJMNew England Journal of Medicine
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It tells readers of NEJM about a study the writers made of patterns of antibiotic prescribing in the United States in the most recent year for which data is available.
NEJM CareerCenter specializes in physician recruitment and offers a full suite of job searching tools, including automated job alerts and search functionality that includes specialty and geography.
We believe that the IOM report is insightful, judicious, sensible and long overdue," the NEJM editorial read.
He said NEJM had been simply "blowing me off" even when "there was no way to misinterpret" what I was asking.
Research has shown," the NEJM editorial claims, "that fewer restrictions on handguns will result in a substantial increase in injury and death.
The NEJM study found that when patients with Parkinson's disease received massive doses of cabergoline, they displayed signs of heart valve damage.
The long-awaited results from the Glucosamine/Chondroitin Arthritis Intervention Trial (GAIT) were published in the NEJM in late February.
Similarly, the article in the NEJM reported on a Vioxx study that included over 8,000 people with rheumatoid arthritis: "Treatment with Vioxx .
An associated editorial in the same issue of NEJM, "Healing Achilles - Sirolimus versus Paclitaxel" suggests that "the data overall, from randomized clinical trials and from registries, suggest that the currently available sirolimus-eluting stents provide an angiographic and clinical edge over the currently available paclitaxel-eluting stents.
In addition, says Landrigan, "The NYT ads were intended for a different audience than NEJM readers.
VRG DIETITIAN REVIEWS NEJM LETTER TO THE EDITOR ABOUT BLINDNESS IN VEGANS
NEJM says despite extensive study of the use of antibiotics in livestock, several key questions remain.