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Tech Tips Series #2: Reading and Storing Journal Articles Online

What would you call it: A barrage or a flood? No question that you're inundated by clinical information online. In the second part of his series on managing the problem, Suleman Bhana MD walks you through two apps for sorting and saving the articles you actually need to read.

Juvenile Arthritis

Biologics for systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis lead to inactive disease status and remission for some patients.

Researchers from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia suggest that rheumatologists consider screening children with juvenile spondyloarthritis for sacroiliitis, but especially children who carry the HLA-B27 gene form of the disease with elevated C-reactive protein levels.

Antibiotics

Little is known about the etiology of juvenile idiopathic arthritis, but now a new study shows an association between antibiotic use and newly diagnosed cases of JIA.

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An international study shows that long-term treatment with abatacept is safe and effective in juvenile idiopathic arthritis.

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There’s an app in development that could make it easier -- even fun-- for young children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis to describe where and how much they hurt.

rheumatoid arthritis

In the second installment of a slide show based on an animated discussion by members of the rheumatology journal club (#rheumjc), partipants focus on the benefits, risks, and realities of tapering biologics in clinical practice.

rheumatoid arthritis

Slides present key points from a Twitter-based journal club, pondering a randomized study of tapering TNF inhibitors in rheumatoid arthritis. Many questions about the study design. More ask about practices already in use (addressed in Part 2).

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