Clinical Correlations

The NYU Langone Online Journal of Medicine


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Primecuts – This Week in the Journals

By Emily North, MD

Peer Reviewed

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 sheer quantity and breadth of literature released on a daily basis.…

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On the History of Statins

By David Pineles, MD

Peer Reviewed

With the implementation of the ACC/AHA guidelines on assessment of cardiovascular risk, HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors, commonly known as statins, will become one of the most prescribed medications in history [1]. Dr. John Ioadnnidis, in an article published in JAMA in February 2014, estimated that under the new guidelines approximately 1 billion people worldwide would qualify to be prescribed a statin [2].…

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Primecuts – This Week in the Journals

By Zoe Lawrence, MD

Peer Reviewed 

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 sheer quantity and breadth of literature released on a daily basis.…

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Core IM: 5 Pearls on Troponin

By David Rhee MD, Greg Katz MD, Marty Fried MD, Shreya P. Trivedi MD || Illustration by Michael Natter MD || Audio Editing by Harit Shah. Quiz yourself on the 5 Pearls we will be covering:

  1. What aspects of the history are concerning in a patient with a positive troponin?

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Core IM: Mind the Gap on Acetaminophen/Fevers Pathophysiology and Patient Outcomes

Join us in this episode as we question everything you ever thought you knew about… acetaminophen and fevers || By Steven R. Liu MD and Dr. Janine Knudsen MD || Graphic Design by Ramon Thompson

Time Stamps:

  1. What data is there to support the use of acetaminophen as a fever reducer?

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Primecuts-This Week in the Journals

By: Siyuan Cao, MD

Peer Reviewed

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 sheer quantity and breadth of literature released on a daily basis.…

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