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Courtesy of: Ravi S. Hira, MD, Cardiology Section, Baylor College of Medicine, 1709 Dryden Rd, Ste 5.82a, Houston, Texas
A diagnosis of cancer and subsequent treatments may result in significant emotional, physical, and social suffering, placing cancer survivors at greater risk for mental health issues.1,2 Therefore, the care of cancer patients should incorporate services that help meet patients' psychological,...
I read with great interest the article by Zhou et al1 and would like to make the following comments. First, I suggest that their findings underestimate the frequency of acetaminophen overexposure because the authors did not take into account the weight of the patients. Indeed, according to...
In reply Dr Charpiat raises valid points. A tendency to underestimate the rate of supratherapeutic dosing would be driven by the proportion of patients studied who were underweight, which we did not measure.1 Weight-based dosing is widely used in children younger than 12 years, but not in the...
In a well-conceived study, Damasceno et al1 demonstrated that the etiology of acute heart failure in sub-Saharan Africa differed from that in developed countries. In particular, the causes were often nonischemic in nature, with hypertension being the most predominant etiological factor.1 It is...
In reply We thank the authors for their kind comments on our multicenter outcome cohort study on acute heart failure in 9 African countries.1 We fully agree with their views that investment in health research is essential to curb the growing burden of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), as well as...
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