- NYU Brooklyn: What is the association between NSAID use and the risk of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) flare?
- Tisch Inpatient: Is gadolinium-based contrast safe to administer in kidney disease?
- Bellevue Inpatient: In patients admitted for syncope workup, what is the yield of the typical diagnostic workup (EKG, bloodwork)?
The NYU Langone Health Online Journal of Medicine
By Elyse Berlinberg
It is a quiet afternoon at the Primary Care Clinic, so you decide to open MyChart to catch up on your messages. You come across a message from a patient who …
- NYU Brooklyn: In patients with severe acute kidney injury, when should renal replacement therapy be initiated?
- Tisch Inpatient: Does chronic beta-blocker therapy affect lactate production in septic patients?
- Bellevue Inpatient: Do reversal agents improve outcomes for DOAC-related severe bleeding?
- NYU Brooklyn: How does long-term use of metformin contribute to vitamin B12 deficiency?
- VA Outpatient: Does metformin decrease the risk of some types of skin cancer?
- Bellevue Inpatient: Do proton pump inhibitors affect glycemic control and/or risk of incident diabetes?
By Michael Shen, MD PhD
With medicine advancing at such a rapid pace, it is crucial for physicians to keep up with the medical literature. This can quickly become an overwhelming endeavor given the …
By Lee Brake
Kratom (pronounced KRAY-tum) is a product derived from the crushed and dried leaves of the Mitragyna speciosa plant species endemic to Southeast Asia.1 It has been increasingly used in the US …
- NYU Brooklyn: How does leucovorin reverse methotrexate toxicity?
- Bellevue Outpatient: Should patients who received the Zostavax vaccine in the past still get Shingrix?
- Bellevue Inpatient: In evaluating patients with community acquired pneumonia (CAP), should lab tests be sent to attempt to determine a specific etiology? Specifically, how do we use tests such as Mycoplasma PCR vs IgG/IgM?
By Gabriel Ben-Dor, MD
“None of the meds really helped but after only three acupuncture sessions my hip pain is gone, but I still have the shoulder and knee pain, why is that doc?” asked …