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¿Toma estatinas para bajar el colesterol? Nuevas pautas ofrecen oportunidad de discutir las alternativas con el médico

ROCHESTER, Minnesota — 4 de febrero de 2014 — Los médicos clínicos y los pacientes deben decidir conjuntamente cuál tratamiento personal elegir en base a las nuevas pautas para prevenir la enfermedad cardiovascular, dice el comentario de tres médicos de Mayo Clinic publicado esta semana en la Revista de la [...]

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Taking Statins to Lower Cholesterol? New Guidelines Provide Opportunity to Discuss Options with Your Doctor

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Feb. 4, 2014 — Clinicians and patients should use shared decision-making to select individualized treatments based on the new guidelines to prevent cardiovascular disease, according to a commentary by three Mayo Clinic physicians published in this week’s Journal of the American Medical Association.

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Investigación en Perú descubre baja participación del paciente en las decisiones médicas

ROCHESTER, Minnesota — 13 de junio de 2013.  Investigadores de Mayo Clinic y de la Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia colaboraron en un estudio que reveló que los médicos peruanos rara vez buscan involucrar a los pacientes para tomar decisiones conjuntas respecto a la atención de su salud. Esto aplica a [...]

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Mayo Clinic: pacientes con dolor en el pecho reciben ayuda de un medio para decidir sobre exámenes, disminuyendo gastos en sala de emergencia

ROCHESTER, Minnesota — 11 de abril de 2012.  Un estudio de Mayo Clinic descubrió que los pacientes que acudieron a la sala de emergencia debido a dolor en el pecho, pero que tenían poco riesgo de sufrir un ataque cardíaco, tendían a realizarse menos exámenes después de explicarles su afección [...]

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Dr. Victor Montori: Minimally Disruptive Medicine

On Saturday March 10th, our guest was Dr. Victor Montori discussing a new movement in medicine.  It involves patients advocating for themselves and a medical staff that works together to help the patient.  It's called Minimally Disruptive Medicine. Medical Edge Weekend 3-10-12

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e-Patient Dave and Dr. Victor Montori on Patient Empowerment

This Medical Edge Weekend program features patient activist Dave DeBronkart, a.k.a. "e-Patient Dave", and Mayo Clinic endocrinologist Dr. Victor Montori on patient empowerment. For more background, see the Wikipedia entries on Dave DeBronkart and Dr. Montori. Dave is also the author of a forthcoming book, and Dr. Montori is a pioneer [...]

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Twitter Chat with U.S. News: EMPOWERING THE PATIENT

 Join @USNewsHealth for a #PatientChat on Thursday. Learn how to take charge of your health care: http://bit.ly/15bNLTn.  The discussion follows last week’s release of Best Hospitals, a resource for patients with particularly difficult or complex conditions. It ranks America’s best hospitals across various geographical regions and in 16 medical specialties. Deciding on [...]

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MAYO CLINIC RADIO

This week on Mayo Clinic Radio, Victor Montori, M.D., joins us to discuss Shared Decision Making. It's a different way to approach medical care where patients are participating in medical decisions. What does it take to participate in those decisions? Is this the end of “whatever you say, doc?” Watch this video to [...]

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