ESC | ESC CONGRESS 2020 | On-Demand

Become a Member During “ESC Congress 2020 – The Digital Experience” your online activity is tracked and collected by the ESC. This will be used to allow us to provide CME credits should you request them; for reporting and statistical purposes; to assist in providing you with the best experience; to inform you about ESC…

Tandem Diabetes Care Announces NEJM Publication of Pediatric Study Demonstrating Increased Time-In-Range using the t:slim X2 Insulin Pump with Control-IQ Technology | BioSpace

Tandem Diabetes Care Announces NEJM Publication of Pediatric Study Demonstrating Increased Time-In-Range using the t:slim X2 Insulin Pump with Control-IQ Technology – read this article along with other careers information, tips and advice on BioSpace

Asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 Infections in Kids Tied to Local Rates

Publicly available data on overall local infection rates can be used to estimate the rate of asymptomatic infections among children, researchers suggest.

Dystopian Diary of a Medical Resident

This essay describes the author’s adaptations to dystopian changes in hospital procedures and the reverberations throughout her life brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Telehealth before and during the pandemic — 2 orthopedic surgeons weigh in

Two orthopedic surgeons discuss their experience wih telehealth at Becker’s Orthopedics + ASC Virtual Forum on Aug. 26

New Multi-Gene Liquid Biopsy Biomarker for Prostate Cancer : Oncology Times

An abstract is unavailable.

Survey: 31% of US parents said they would keep their child home from school

Results from a national survey published in JAMA Pediatrics showed that 31% of U.S. parents said they would probably or definitely keep their child home from school this fall, whereas 49% said they would probably or definitely send them. Emily Kroshus, ScD, MPH, a research assistant professor at the University of Washington, and colleagues reported responses from 730 parents on whether they

Two Immunotherapies Merge Into Single, More Effective… : Oncology Times

An abstract is unavailable.

Low glycemic index therapy diet reduces seizure burden with fewer adverse events

The low glycemic index therapy diet provided a balance between reducing seizures and relatively fewer adverse events compared with the ketogenic diet and the modified Atkins diet, according to findings published in JAMA Pediatrics.While neither the modified Atkins diet nor the low glycemic index therapy diet were noninferior to the ketogenic diet regarding seizure reduction at 24 weeks, the

Rafael J. Grossmann, MD, FACS posted on LinkedIn

Hi everyone, We have an opportunity for you guys to get involved in so keep reading! Medical Realities is looking into how useful AI and VR can be in…