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Andrew Buelt
Questioning Medicine podcast. / contributor. Hospitalist. Believer in & EBM care with pt. objectives in mind.
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Andrew Buelt Aug 7
Maybe the most over-looked line of all! "All participants were required to disclose financial and NONFINANCIAL (personal, intellectual, practice‐related) relationships and activities" GREAT JOB, !!
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Andrew Buelt Aug 6
⁩ I see your Thursday thump and raise you a Wednesday hump?!
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Andrew Buelt Aug 5
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Andrew Buelt Aug 2
Proud husband when your wife takes her own opinion against the tide and pitchforks. Challenge the norm and popular opinion even if that means 'Your Facebook friend is wrong' (great by )
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Andrew Buelt Aug 1
20hrs a week in primary care in-basket task each week.
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Andrew Buelt Jul 31
I thought they said dabo was alone in preventing heart failure. Turns out they said it was dapo was alone! But now joins the ranks!!! Top 10 discovery of the year
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Andrew Buelt Jul 31
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Ellie Murray Jul 22
It’s getting to be far to tiresome to write a new tweet to debunk every bad COVID study that comes along so I made us some memes....
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Andrew Buelt Jul 22
and screening along with the biggest life saving guideline out there cessation and
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Andrew Buelt Jul 14
Why give %? Then went to sup. data! "nonexpansion states exhibited a 1% decline from 24.2% to 23.5% (P = .14), whereas those who were uninsured/Medicaid in expansion states saw a decrease from 21.8% to 19.3% (P < .001)"
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Andrew Buelt Jul 9
Rct is the only type of trial for statins that’s should be published at this point in time
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Andrew Buelt Jul 8
Sounds like you’ve been listening 🤪
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Andrew Buelt Jun 24
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Benjamin Mazer Jun 23
I hope you all find a bond as close as “strong recommendation” and “weak evidence” have found with each other in clinical guidelines.
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Andrew Buelt Jun 24
Not sure there is any evidence in any place that says delay 3months of vaccines does anything to any outcome
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Andrew Buelt Jun 24
Since most other countries don’t allow screening colonoscopies they likely will be just fine
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Andrew Buelt Jun 24
That doesn’t say anything, numbers without reason is worthless. What areas did they fall short in? What areas of country? What ethnic background?
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Andrew Buelt Jun 20
Replying to @ClaudiaNichols
I appreciate you listening as well as the support and passing along the information to anyone who will listen
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Andrew Buelt Jun 16
The unified residency is in the beginning stages, give it time.
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