The Holy Grail of Precision Medicine – Co-development of therapies and accompanying diagnostics

The doctor delivers a drug that is allocated by a genome test. GT At the Genome Forum conference in Illumina this fall, former President Obama spoke about the role of precision medicine in making the health system more efficient and achieving better outcomes, but he has not yet realized its full potential. Indeed, precision medicine … Read more

Dapagliflozin reduces the risk of hospitalization in adults with chronic kidney disease

December 05, 2022 2 minutes to read Source/Disclosures Disclosures: Schechter reports that the study was funded by AstraZeneca. He also reported receiving travel support from Novo Nordisk. Please see the study for all relevant financial disclosures of the other authors. Add a subject to email alerts Receive an email when new articles are posted on … Read more

AI protects patients from dangerous drug interactions

The algorithm tackles a problem that greets 12 million people annually in the United States Millions of patients take a combination of medications prescribed by their doctors that can do them more harm than good. A startup in Israel is tackling the problem and saving lives using a sophisticated algorithm that can analyze the nearly … Read more

Make waves with ultrasound in daily practice

Bringing keynote speaker San Diego Dr. Mariana Pardo details an ultrasound procedure to encourage its use on every patient According to Mariana Pardo, BVSc, MV, DACVECC, it is a recurring theme in history for people to hesitate to implement new technology in medicine because they find it cumbersome. She started her main show1 On the … Read more

More than 500 Ukrainian towns remain without electricity as temperatures plummet

KYIV, Ukraine — More than 500 Ukrainian towns remained without power Sunday after weeks of Russian air strikes on the power grid, an Interior Ministry official said. The enemy continues to attack the country’s basic infrastructure. Deputy Interior Minister Yevgeny Yenin told Ukrainian TV that 507 localities in eight regions of our country are cut … Read more

The “epidemic triple-double” may mean that it is difficult to find fever-reducing drugs for children: injections

It can be difficult to find fever-reducing medicines for children in some areas. At Bed Bath & Beyond in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, a few products were in stock while others were sold out. Laurel Wamsley/NPR Hide caption Switch caption Laurel Wamsley/NPR It can be difficult to find fever-reducing medicines for children in some areas. … Read more

Paperless Anatomical Pathology at Stanford Health Care | news center

All pathology orders at Stanford Healthcare are now fully digital, allowing for faster results, ease of tracking, and greater patient safety. Since 2015, Stanford Healthcare has been using a software system, Epic System’s Beaker CP, to track analysis of body fluids such as blood and urine (CP stands for Clinical Pathology). Last month, Beaker launched … Read more

Peter Weinstein, DVM, MBA; and Philip Nelson, DVM, Ph.D

San Diego Fetch dvm360® keynote speakers describe their collaborative talk, career accomplishments, and more Day 1 of the San Diego Fetch dvm360® Conference kicks off with a co-keynote title, “Courageous Conversations: Change Through Communication,” led by Peter Weinstein, DVM, MBA, Owner of PAWConsultant and President of Simple Solutions for Vets, in Irvine, California; and Philip … Read more

Harmful gut bacteria exploit a genetic susceptibility to trigger Crohn’s disease

Changes in a single gene open the door for harmful gut bacteria to trigger the inflammation that leads to Crohn’s disease, according to a new study led by Weill Cornell Medicine and New York-Presbyterian investigators. These findings could one day help doctors choose better targeted therapies for patients with this immune disorder. This particular host … Read more