In This Issue of Archives of Internal Medicine
Tachycardia in a Patient With a Dual-Chamber Pacemaker
Tachycardia in a Patient With a Dual-Chamber Pacemaker—Discussion
Time to Rethink the Timing of Dialysis Initiation
Antihypertensive Treatment and Development of Heart Failure in Hypertension
The Difficult Task of Finding the Best Antihypertensive Agent
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Early Start of Hemodialysis May Be Harmful
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Impact of Diabetes on Cardiovascular Disease Risk and All-Cause Mortality in Older Men
Diabetes and Cardiovascular Risk Equivalency
Long-term Renal Outcomes of Patients With Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus and Microalbuminuria
Collaborative Care of Opioid-Addicted Patients in Primary Care Using Buprenorphine
Development and Validation of a Brief Cognitive Assessment Tool
Potentially Inappropriate Treatment of Urinary Tract Infections in Two Rhode Island Nursing Homes
Association of Alcohol Intake With Pancreatic Cancer Mortality in Never Smokers
Swiss Alps at the base of the Eiger
Comparative Effectiveness of Goal Setting in Diabetes Mellitus Group Clinics
The Effect of Guided Care Teams on the Use of Health Services
The Elusive Benefits of Chronic Care Management
Potential Savings From Greater Use of $4 Generic Drugs
The Impact of Medical School Oaths and Other Professional Codes of Ethics
Considering Selection Bias When Developing a Search Strategy
Network Meta-analysis of Heart Failure Prevention by Antihypertensive Drugs
Network Meta-analysis of Heart Failure Prevention by Antihypertensive Drugs—Reply
Time to Change the Paradigm—From “Potentially Inappropriate” to Real Patient Harms
Time to Change the Paradigm—From “Potentially Inappropriate” to Real Patient Harms—Reply
Patient-Centered Care Means Better Health Care
Mediators of Patient-Physician Communication Discrepancies
Mediators of Patient-Physician Communication Discrepancies—Reply
Dietary Supplements
Dietary Supplements
Survivor Bias in Early- vs Late-Start Hemodialysis Studies
Survivor Bias in Early- vs Late-Start Hemodialysis Studies—Reply