NEJM


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NEJM

NEJM

Abbreviation for:
New England Journal of Medicine

NEJM

Common abbreviation for New England Journal of Medicine.
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But, as the authors of the letter to NEJM assert, "antibiotic use is an important factor in the spread of antibiotic resistance.
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Shortly before the NEJM published its editorial, the FDA issued a draft guidance that clarifies when changes or modifications to a previously cleared 510(k) device require a new premarket submission.
Along the way, however, the ACCME became involved and sent its letter of "rebuke" to NEJM.
The NEJM editorial writer does offer one citation to specific data on the relationship between guns and public health: a 1991 NEJM article ostensibly documenting a 25 percent decline in gun-related homicides and suicides immediately after the District of Columbia enacted its 1976 gun ban.
Prostate cancer patients typically use vastly lower amounts of cabergoline than the dosage associated with heart valve damage in the NEJM study.
Two major studies published in the February 16th issue of the NEJM on the role of calcium and vitamin D supplementation in the health of post-menopausal women showed disappointing outcomes inconsistent with the large body of scientific evidence and the prevailing wisdom about the beneficial effects of these two nutrients.
The studies profiled in the NEJM and JAMA add to the growing body of evidence about drug-eluting stents and underscore the clinical benefits achieved with the CYPHER(R) Stent," said Brian Firth, M.
The NEJM study cited several factors as contributing to the outbreak, including the susceptibility of the nursing home population.
For many health professionals, the NEJM study, added on top of all the others, was the final piece of proof needed.
An article in the July 30, 1992, NEJM from the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto suggested that in people genetically prone to the disease, the immune system confuses the milk protein with a similar protein found on the surface of insulin-producing pancreatic cells.
The publication of both dimethyl fumarate pivotal studies in NEJM is another achievement for this important investigational therapy," said Katherine Dawson, M.