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- Doctor Unite 3/12/2020400 0 0 6Case Study: 31-year-old female with cardiac arrhythmia A 31-year-old overweight caucasian female presents with sporadic bursts of increased heart rate while at rest. She reports that it was discovered during an urgent care visit for a sore throat. She notes two staff nurses unsuccessfully attempted to measure pulse using a pulse oximeter and manual methods.Show More
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- Generation NP 3/25/202050 0 0 0Tea Consumption Is Associated With Decreased Disease Activity of Rheumatoid Arthritis in a Real-World, Large-Scale Study Introduction: The role of tea consumption on rheumatoid arthritis (RA) has been studied in recent years, but no clear conclusion has been drawn as a result of small sample size of the studies or the fact that only in vitro studies have been performed.Show More
- Cardiologist Connect 3/25/20209 0 0 0Baseline White Blood Cell Count-To-Apolipoprotein A1 Ratio as a Novel Predictor of Long-Term Adverse Outcomes in Patients Who Underwent Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Background: Previous studies suggested that baseline white blood cell count and apolipoprotein A1 levels were associated with clinical outcomes in patients with coronary heart disease (CAD) who underwent percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). However, the ratio of baseline white blood cell count-to-apolipoprotein A1 level (WAR) and CAD after PCI have not been investigated.Show More