Clinical Inquiries, 2001
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Should we change formula for a formula-fed infant with persistent spitting up, but with adequate weight gain? (Family Physicians Inquiry Network, 2001-07)We found no controlled trials evaluating the efficacy of changing formulas in the management of uncomplicated regurgitation. However, the evidence suggests that no benefit can be expected from changing formulas, including ...
(Family Physicians Inquiry Network, 2001-12)There is little benefit to treating patients with sleep apnea who do not have daytime sleepiness. For patients with symptoms, treating those with moderate to severe sleep apnea is more reliably associated with benefits ...
(Family Physicians Inquiry Network, 2001-11)Patients diagnosed with HCV should have serum liver function tests and get a baseline HCV RNA level (viral load), since treatment decisions are affected by these laboratory values. Genotype testing is indicated for treatment ...