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PCI Minus Surgical Backup Gets More Support

Community hospitals without surgical services can safely perform percutaneous coronary intervention in low-risk patients -- and not refuse higher-risk patients either, the MASS COMM trial found.

Drug Gets Better, but Pricey, Basal Cell Ca Results

MIAMI BEACH -- Surgical removal of basal cell carcinoma lesions resulted in smaller cosmetic defects in patients who received neoadjuvant vismodegib, according to results of a small clinical series, but the cost of the treatment was high.

Clues Found for Disparity in Botox Facial Dose

Upper facial muscles require substantially greater paralysis than lower facial muscles to achieve the desired aesthetic appearance in patients with wrinkles, necessitating higher doses of onabotulinum toxin A, a study suggested.

FDA OKs New Silicone Gel Breast Implant

WASHINGTON -- The FDA has approved a new silicone gel breast implant for augmentation and reconstruction of women's breast tissue.

Studies Back Drug to Trim Double Chin

An injectable drug that disrupts fat cell membranes effectively reduced fat deposits under the chin in two phase III studies.

New Hour Rules Not Necessarily Helping Interns

´╗┐New duty hour regulations meant to limit fatigue and promote patient safety haven't improved outcomes for surgical interns, researchers found.

Breast Lift, Implant Safe Together

A combined mastopexy and augmentation -- preferred by many women seeking breast plastic surgery -- is as safe as doing the two procedures separately, according to a retrospective, single-center analysis.

Combating Depression With CAM

What sort of evidence supports CAM therapies, including DHEA, saffron, and light therapy, for treating depression? Medscape Family Medicine

e-Cigs: Consensus or Controversy?

A growing number of organizations have weighed in on the pros and cons of electronic cigarettes. Medscape Internal Medicine

Healthcare Workers in the Firing Line of Ebola Crisis

A highly infectious viral strain combined with onerous infection control and protection protocols have left healthcare professionals bearing the brunt of the Ebola crisis. Medscape Medical News

Contain Ebola in the Hospital: Lessons From Nebraska

Knowing how units successfully contain the Ebola virus can be of value in formulating and implementing Ebola preparedness plans in other healthcare facilities. Medscape Nurses

'Why I Hope to Die at 75'

In a blog post for the Society of Hospital Medicine, Dr Bradley Flansbaum responds to a recent and controversial article written by oncologist Zeke Emanuel. Society of Hospital Medicine

NOACs: Maximizing Benefits, Minimizing Risk

Drs Harrington and Patel review the pros and cons of NOACs and ask why anticoagulation is underused. on Medscape

Ebola and 'Unknown Unknowns'

This blog cuts through the hysteria to help US clinicians in their practice as they prepare for the possibility of more domestic Ebola cases. Society of Hospital Medicine