სამედიცინო მტკიცებულებები

Obesity Doubles Risk for Incontinence in Younger Women

Medscape Today - 2018, September 25 - 00:31
Clinicians should counsel women that maintaining a healthy weight may help prevent urinary incontinence now or later in life, the authors suggest.
Medscape Medical News

Inhaled Steroids May Increase Risk for Lung Infection

Medscape Today - 2018, September 25 - 00:31
Patients who use inhaled steroids were at increased risk of developing nontuberculosis mycobacterial lung infections.
Medscape Medical News

Diagnosing Diabetes With a Single Blood Sample

Medscape Today - 2018, September 25 - 00:31
What is the clinical utility of a single-sample confirmatory definition of diabetes? Dr Elizabeth Selvin discusses the results of her study.
Medscape Diabetes & Endocrinology

Marrying or Medicine: Does a White Coat Make Dating Harder?

Medscape Today - 2018, September 25 - 00:31
Medical training takes place right when most people are settling down with spouses and partners. When it comes to love and a career in medicine, some challenges are more overwhelming than others.
Medscape Med Students

Value of Home Blood Pressure Monitoring Confirmed

Medscape Today - 2018, September 24 - 18:28
Home blood pressure monitoring can improve control of high blood pressure and save healthcare dollars, new pilot data suggest.
Medscape Medical News

Food Insecurity Linked to High Blood Pressure in Kids

Medscape Today - 2018, September 24 - 18:28
Children who lack good access to nutritional foods are at increased risk of having high blood pressure, prompting a call for providers to screen for food insecurity as a heart disease risk factor.
Medscape Medical News

Canakinumab Reduces Gout Risk Without Changing SUA Levels

Medscape Today - 2018, September 24 - 18:28
Canakinumab, an interleukin 1-beta blocker, was associated with significantly lower risk for gout attacks when given quarterly, but did not change serum uric acid levels, a study has found.
Medscape Medical News

WHO: Global Efforts to End TB 'Off Track'

Medscape Today - 2018, September 24 - 12:24
Global efforts have averted an estimated 54 million tuberculosis deaths since 2000, but tuberculosis remains the world's deadliest infectious disease and countries are still not doing enough to end it by 2030, WHO says.
Medscape Medical News

FDA Clears New Form of Latanoprost (Xelpros) for Glaucoma

Medscape Today - 2018, September 24 - 12:24
Xelpros is the first and only form of latanoprost that is not formulated with benzalkonium chloride, a preservative commonly used in topical ocular preparations.
FDA Approvals

RSS feeds are being discontinued.

Please note that because of a redevelopment of the nice.org site, this RSS feed has been discontinued. Please go to http://beta.nice.org.uk/

Thousands of strokes in people with common heart rhythm disorder are avoidable, says NICE

Thousands of people with the heart condition atrial fibrillation, which causes irregular or abnormally fast heart rates, could be saved from strokes, disability or death because of new guidance from NICE.

Remote control spine-straightening device for children with scoliosis gains NICE support

A device that aims to straighten and lengthen the spine of children with scoliosis ? a curvature of the spine ? is supported in new NICE guidance

NICE consults on draft guidance on the drug sofosbuvir (Sovaldi) for treating hepatitis C

In draft recommendations published today NICE is asking <br/>Gilead Sciences for more information on its product sofosbuvir <br/>(Sovaldi), for the treatment of chronic hepatitis C.

NICE proposes ipilimumab as a first treatment for advanced skin cancer

People with advanced skin cancer should be able to receive ipilimumab as a first treatment, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) proposes.

New draft guidance to help prevent people becoming ill or dying in the winter

Living in a cold home significantly increases the risk of someone becoming ill or dying especially during the winter months ? so year-round action is needed to help tackle this problem, says NICE.

NICE responds to criticisms of its draft guidance on statins

Our response to an open letter to NICE Chairman Professor David Haslam from a group of doctors, about NICE?s draft guidance on statins.

1970, January 1 - 04:00
Syndicate content