Neurology – August 2020 Edition | Physician's Weekly

Neurology – August 2020 Edition

Assessing Migraine Care in the Urgent Care Setting

Evidence suggests that many people with migraine visit the emergency department (ED) due to disabling acute or episodic attacks. “Unfortunately, the ED is not a good place for these patients,” explains Mia T. Minen, MD, MPH....

Meaningful Us

Meaningful Use was a vision for EMRs that in many ways turned out to be a joke. Consider my list of Meaningful Us for medical professionals instead. When electronic medical records became mandatory, federal monies were showered...

Part 3: Medicolegal Issues During the COVID-19 Pandemic

This three-part series—Part 1 covered patient confidentiality and Part 2 covered maintaining office safety—reviews a few topics giving physicians concern during the COVID-19 pandemic. Malpractice Liability This is primarily a...

Preventing Delayed CINV to Improve Patient Outcomes

Chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting (CINV) remains a major adverse effect of cancer chemotherapy, despite the availability of several antiemetic drug classes. Although not life-threatening, CINV has a major impact on a...



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