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This Teachable Moment describes the case of a woman who developed DRESS syndrome after unnecessary treatment for “chronic Lyme disease.”
Key PointsQuestionIs there a proarrhythmic action of caffeine in patients with heart failure?
FindingsIn this randomized clinical trial, we evaluated the short-term effects of high-dose caffeine in patients with heart failure at increased risk for arrhythmic events. After 500 mg of caffeine...
This study uses medical claims data to examine the association of viewing price information with patient choice of health care facility for 8 common procedures.
The Institute of Medicine recently highlighted that physician diagnostic error is common and information technology may be part of the solution.1 Given advancements in computer science, computers may be able to independently make accurate clinical diagnoses.2 While studies have compared computer...
This Teachable Moment presents a case of overdiagnosis and overtreatment of coronary artery disease detected by coronary computed tomography angiography.
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