International Journal of Clinical Practice

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Edited By: Leslie Citrome

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 31/155 (Medicine General & Internal)

Online ISSN: 1742-1241

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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

June 2014

Drug promotion tactics-yet another pharma deception?
A. Tagore

After 20 years, industry critics bury skeptics, despite empirical vacuum
D. Barton et. al.

The importance of weight management in type 2 diabetes mellitus
J. P. H. Wilding

Acupuncture for surgical conditions: an overview of systematic reviews
M. S. Lee and E. Ernst

May 2014

Paging Dr Cohen, Paging Dr Cohen…An effect size interpretation is required STAT!

GLP-1 receptor agonists vs. DPP-4 inhibitors for type 2 diabetes: is one approach more successful or preferable than the other?
S. Brunton

Development of UK recommendations on treatment for post-surgical erectile dysfunction
M. G. Kirby et. al.

Severe vitamin D deficiency is associated with frequently observed diseases in medical inpatients
A. Marra et. al.

April 2014

Atrial fibrillation …. more than simply being irregularly irregular
G. Y. H. Lip

Lone atrial fibrillation – an overview
T. S. Potpara and G. Y. H. Lip

Biomarkers in atrial fibrillation: an overview
J. A. Vílchez et. al.

AF burden is important – fact or fiction?
G. Boriani et. al.

How much atrial fibrillation causes symptoms of heart failure?
M. Guglin and R. Chen

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