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ACP, CDC issue best practice advice on HBV | ACP ...

Clinicians should screen for hepatitis B virus (HBV) in patients at high risk, such as those born in countries where the HBV prevalence is 2% or higher ...

Long-term PPIs after H. pylori triple therapy associated with ...

An observational study drew no firm conclusions about cause and effect, and proton-pump inhibitors are still generally considered safe.

Mailing fecal immunochemical tests to patients due for ...

Compared with usual care clinics, intervention clinics had a significantly higher adjusted clinic-level proportion of participants who completed a mailed ...

IDSA issues updated guidelines on infectious diarrhea | ACP ...

Among the recommendations, physicians should obtain a detailed clinical exposure history from all people with diarrhea, and patients who have fever ...

Guidance issued on evaluation, treatment of hemorrhoids ...

Primary first-line therapy for patients with symptomatic hemorrhoid disease should typically include dietary modification to ensure adequate fluid and ...

Interval cancer after screening colonoscopy more common in ...

Adjusting for the physicians' detection rate did not alter the differences in risk associated with race/ethnicity, the study noted.

Recurrent C. difficile infections more than doubled between ...

Risk factors for recurrence include age; sex; and use of antibiotics, proton-pump inhibitors, or corticosteroids. These factors could adjust treatment ...

Use of PPIs associated with higher risk of death than use of ...

Study results should not deter prescription and use of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) where medically indicated but rather emphasize the need to be judicious ...

Penicillin allergy associated with risk of MRSA, C. diff, due to ...

Systematically addressing penicillin allergies may be an important public health strategy to reduce the incidence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus ...

HCV treatment by NPs, PCPs appears safe, effective as that ...

Reversing insurance restrictions that limit prescribing of direct-acting antivirals might allow rapid escalation of safe, effective therapy for hepatitis C virus ...

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