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Clinical Articles / BY: Martha Spencer, MD, FRCPC March 2017
... emptying). The NCA also spends time reviewing the amount and type of fluid intake, bowel elimination history, medical history, and ... phase 3 registration trials of mirabegron show efficacy in people older than 65 and 75, with evidence of safety over a year-long extension ...
Clinical Articles / BY: James K. Lai, MD, CCFP, FCFP, April 2009
... that advanced the level of EMR functionality were user type, the extent to which paper charts were no longer retrieved, and overall ... to acknowledge the leadership and support of the following people, who all ensured the successful completion of this study: Ms Ju Yang, ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Nupura Krishnadev, MD, October 2008
... shown to be associated with weight gain, dyslipidemia, and type 2 diabetes. These adverse effects act synergistically in patients with ... an elevated cardiovascular risk.  Studies suggest that people with schizophrenia are two to three times more likely to die from ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Danuta M. Skowronski, MD, FRCPC June 2007
... back   Pandemics, from the Greek pan (all) and demos (people), are caused by the emergence of novel pathogens capable of sustained ... ] This first wave was seen as the mild “three-day fever” type of influenza.  The second wave was much more severe and began ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Cristina M. Aydin, BSc, October 2006
...  Approximately 85% to 90% of individuals with diabetes have type 2 diabetes, characterized by insulin resistance and progressive pancreatic ... their regimens, our results indicate that in the majority of people (84%) who are prescribed TZD medications, the therapy can be maintained ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Michelle Fung, MD, FRCPC November 2004
Advances in the treatment of type 1 diabetes (T1D) in the past decade have occurred in the areas of ... highlighted the importance of more physiological insulin profiles. Prevention of complications in type 1 diabetes The ... Traditionally, health care providers aimed to train people with diabetes to use assigned fixed doses of insulin and to follow a ...
Clinical Articles / BY: Jiri Frohlich, MD, FRCPC May 2002
... of diabetes It has been predicted that up to 100 million people will be newly diagnosed with diabetes over the next year. [1]  The ... “Lipid abnormalities associated with insulin resistance in type II diabetes,”  below) or possibly the changes in response to ...
Premise / BY: Murray Allen, MD October 2002
... law enforcement agencies try to uncover the frauds. For most people, the threat of criminal prosecutions and penalties are not worth the ... claims of whiplash injury without much hesitation. This type of behavior by health professionals is also rational because of the ...