Blog of the month: Clinical Correlations

This is the first post of a new section that gathers the best educational medical blogs on the web. This month is  Clinical Correlations turn, the New York University Internal Medicine Blog.

Clinical Correlations is a peer reviewed  publication that is written by a team of independent editors. What makes this educational initiative really appealing is how they approach clinical questions:  they review the latest evidence and put it together in convenient and well written posts.

Clinical Correlations

Here are some of my favorite posts -as you can see, all of them have clear clinical applications- :

Should You Recommend Surgery or Conservative Care for Disc Herniation?

How Do You Diagnose and Treat Diabetic Neuropathy

Can You Give A Cephalosporin to a Patient Who is Allergic to Penicillin?

Aspirin Use in the Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease

Diseases 2.0: Rheumatoid Arthritis

Neutropenic Precautions Demystified

What is the Role of Colchicine in Recurrent Pericarditis?

When Can You Safely Anticoagulate a Patient after an Intracranial Hemorrhage?

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