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Episode 127: Questions from near and far and answers from way out – Part III

In episode 127, Mike and James attempt to answer questions about topical NSAIDs, bleeds on NSAIDs and SSRIs, Strep throat, statins in the UK, and NSAIDs and CVD risk. They smish and smash all the available data into partly coherent answers, yet give definitive and dogmatic answers with the conviction of a dog with a bone or a cardiologist with a statin.

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1) SSRIs and bleeds

Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics 2008;27:31-40

Arch Intern Med 2003;163:59-64

2) Dipstick urinalysis

In women with dysuria, frequency, and no vaginal discharge the probability of UTI is 96%

JAMA 2002;287:2701-10

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