International Journal of Clinical Practice

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Edited By: Leslie Citrome

Impact Factor: 2.538

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 31/150 (Medicine General & Internal)

Online ISSN: 1742-1241

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October 2014

Introduction to the British Heart Valve Society reviews
J. Chambers

Aortic valve disease
J. Rayner et. al.

Mitral valve disease
R. Ray & J. Chambers

Right-sided valve disease
S. Coffey et. al.

Prosthetic heart valves
J. Chambers

September 2014

When talking and texting get dirty: beware of mobile bacterial zoos
R. A. Stein

Children's behaviour problems: a NICE mess
S. Timimi

Too much coronary angioplasty in the USA?: less may be better – the conflicting roles of inexactness of medicine as a science, asymmetric information, technologic imperative, unnecessary care and ethicomedicinomics in US healthcare
M. A. C. Onuigbo & N. Agbasi

Mobile phones in clinical practice: reducing the risk of bacterial contamination
D. Mark et. al.

August 2014

The Effect of Horse Simulator Riding on Visual Analogue Scale, Body Composition and Trunk Strength in the Patients with Chronic Low Back Pain
J.-H. Yoo et. al.

Adherence therapy improves medication adherence and quality of life in people with Parkinson’s disease: a randomised controlled trial
D. Daley et. al.

Prevalence of lipid abnormalities and attainment of normal lipid levels among patients with dyslipidemia: A pooled analysis of observational studies from five Asian countries
S. Unniachan et. al.

July 2014

Where do peer reviewers come from?
L. Citrome

Epigenetic therapies – a new direction in clinical medicine
R. A. Stein

Use of QT intervals for a more accurate diagnose of syncope and evaluation of syncope severity
C. Buttà et. al

Systematic review and meta-analysis of pharmacological therapies for pain associated with postherpetic neuralgia and less common neuropathic conditions
S. J. Snedecor et. al

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