Epic EMR what are your thoughts medical students?

I know what I had to deal with to learn epic for the first time and still going through six months later. What are your thoughts medical students? I bet you spend 1/2 rotations just battling epic and not even talk about medicine. Instead of talking about different kinds ofcongestive heart failure you spend similar time on how to navigate epic... I think it is an utter piece of garbage software and its implementation is a cruel joke on anyone who has to use it.
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ConclusionThe findings from this study have established the need to improve current education and rehabilitation programmes for patients with CHF by addressing those factors significantly influencing their adherence to diet and medication.
Source: Heart and Lung: The Journal of Acute and Critical Care - Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research
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ConclusionsLack of ALX/FPR2 induced obesity, reduced the lifespan, amplified leukocyte dysfunction, and facilitated profound inter-organ non-resolving inflammation. Our study shows the integrative and indispensable role of ALX/FPR2 in lipid metabolism, cardiac inflammation-resolution processes, obesogenic aging, and renal homeostasis.
Source: Molecular Metabolism - Category: Endocrinology Source Type: research
ConclusionThis research supports and extends the ethnomedicinal use of C. songarica as diuretic and hypotensive agent. The results showed that AS-CS from C. songarica could present compounds responsible for hypotensive and diuretic activities with no signs of toxicity, and these effects could involve nitric oxide pathway activated by muscarinic receptors or/and inhibition of angiotensin converting enzyme.Graphical abstract
Source: Journal of Ethnopharmacology - Category: Drugs & Pharmacology Source Type: research
Authors: Singh A, Karnik R, Shah AN, Chutani S, Kantharia BK Abstract Aims: Response to cardiac resynchronisation therapy (CRT) in patients with heart failure depends on the degree of correction of electromechanical dyssynchrony between the left and right ventricles (LV, RV). It is not known whether chronic programming of interventricular (VV) intervals based on characterisation of myocardial strain at different pacing intervals performed acutely would have better long-term clinical outcomes. We hence aimed to evaluate this relationship between speckle tracking strain patterns and rates at different VV intervals an...
Source: Acta Cardiologica - Category: Cardiology Tags: Acta Cardiol Source Type: research
This study clearly goes against what has been the common wisdom for the last 30, 40 years” and may lead to less testing and invasive treatment for such patients in the future, said Dr. Glenn Levine, a Baylor College of Medicine cardiologist with no role in the research. Some doctors still may quibble with the study, but it was very well done “and I think the results are extremely believable,” he said. About 17 million Americans have clogged arteries that crimp the heart’s blood supply, which can cause periodic chest pain. Cheap and generic aspirin, cholesterol-lowering drugs and blood pressure medic...
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Publication date: Available online 16 November 2019Source: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) - Molecular Basis of DiseaseAuthor(s): Firdos Ahmad, Dhanendra Tomar, Smriti Aryal A C, Adel B. Elmoselhi, Manfred Thomas, John W. Elrod, Douglas G. Tilley, Thomas ForceAbstractNicotinamide riboside kinase-2 (NRK-2), a muscle-specific β1 integrin binding protein, predominantly expresses in skeletal muscle with a trace amount expressed in healthy cardiac tissue. NRK-2 expression dramatically increases in mouse and human ischemic heart however, the specific role of NRK-2 in the pathophysiology of ischemic cardiac diseases is u...
Source: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) Molecular Basis of Disease - Category: Molecular Biology Source Type: research
Authors: Sirtori CR, Ruscica M, Calabresi L, Chiesa G, Giovannoni R, Badimon JL Abstract Epidemiologically, high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol levels have been inversely associated to cardiovascular (CV) events, although a Mendelian Randomization Study had failed to establish a clear causal role. Numerous atheroprotective mechanisms have been attributed to HDL, the main being the ability to promote cholesterol efflux from arterial walls; anti-inflammatory effects related to HDL ligands such as S1P (sphingosine-1-phosphate), resolvins and others have been recently identified. Experimental studies and early c...
Source: Annals of Medicine - Category: Internal Medicine Tags: Ann Med Source Type: research
SATURDAY, Nov. 16, 2019 -- Routine fasting may reduce the risk of heart failure and death in patients who have cardiac catheterization, a new study suggests. It included more than 2,000 patients who had cardiac catheterization between 2013 and 2015....
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