OLTRE LE LINEE GUIDA: MA TU PRESCRIVI ASPIRINA PER LA PREVENZIONE PRIMARIA DEGLI EVENTI CARDIOVASCOLARI ? DAL BETH ISRAEL

Would You Recommend Aspirin to This Patient for Primary Prevention of Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease? Grand Rounds Discussion From Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Risa B. Burns, MD et al. Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) remains the leading cause of death in the United States. Reducing ASCVD risk through primary prevention strategies has been shown to be…

I LIMITI DI CONFIDENZA: UNA RIFLESSIONE SE I RISULTATI NON SONO SIGNIFICATIVI

Use of Confidence Intervals in Interpreting Nonstatistically Significant Results Alexander T. Hawkins, MD, MPH; Lauren R. Samuels, PhD The goal of much of medical research is to determine which of 2 or more therapeutic approaches is most effective in a given situation. The power of a study is the probability of detecting a true treatment…

NUTRIZIONE PER PREVENIRE LA MALATTIA CARDIACA. UNO STATEMENT DALLA AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION (free)

2021 Dietary Guidance to Improve Cardiovascular Health: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association Alice H. Lichtenstein et ali. Abstract Poor diet quality is strongly associated with elevated risk of cardiovascular disease morbidity and mortality. This scientific statement emphasizes the importance of dietary patterns beyond individual foods or nutrients, underscores the critical role of…

MA LO SCREENING PER IL CANCRO DEL PANCREAS FUNZIONA? UNA REVIEW DA GASTROENTEROLOGY

Late-Stage Pancreatic Cancer Detected During High-Risk Individual Surveillance: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Ankit Chhoda et al.  Abstract Background and Aims Identification and resection of successful targets, i.e., T1 N0M0 pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) and high-grade precursors during surveillance of high-risk individuals (HRIs) confers improved survival. Late-stage PDACs refer to T2-4 N0M0 and nodal or distant metastatic PDAC stages…

MALNUTRIZIONE DURANTE IL RICOVERO IN OSPEDALE: ATTENZIONE ! UNA REVIEW DA LANCET

Management of disease-related malnutrition for patients being treated in hospital Philipp Schuetz et al. Abstract Disease-related malnutrition in adult patients who have been admitted to hospital is a syndrome associated with substantially increased morbidity, disability, short-term and long-term mortality, impaired recovery from illness, and cost of care. There is uncertainty regarding optimal diagnostic criteria, definitions…