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Acute Pericarditis Treatment: Update on Colchicine 4/18/2014

Acute pericarditis (inflammation of the pericardial sac) is the most common pericardial disease, accounting for 5% of emergency department admissions in patients presenting with nonischemic chest pain.

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Target-Specific Oral Anticoagulants 4/18/2014

The challenges associated with maintaining warfarin render target-specific oral anticoagulants an attractive option because they do not require routine monitoring and are associated with a low number of drug interactions.

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