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Spin in the abstracts of systematic reviews and metaanalyses focused on percutaneous coronary intervention

Wesley Tanner Cole, BS; Peter Wittl, BS; Wade Arthur, BS; Ryan Ottwell, BS; Benjamin Greiner, DO, MPH; Gershon Koshy, DO; Justin Chronister, DO; Micah Hartwell, PhD; Jonathan Staheli, BS; Drew N. Wright, MLS; Meghan Sealey, MS; Lan Zhu, PhD; and Matt Vassar, PhD
“Spin” is a form of bias that involves highlighting study results in a way that presents the conclusions about benefit or efficacy beyond the scope of the data. Spin in the abstract of published studies has the potential to affect patient care, making investigations about its presence and prevalence important for readers. The authors evaluate the most severe types of spin in the abstracts of systematic reviews and metaanalyses focused on percutaneous coronary intervention.
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Self-Reported Cardiac Risks and Interest in Risk Modification Among Volunteer Firefighters: A Survey-Based Study

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Pulmonary Embolism Mimicking Anteroseptal Acute Myocardial Infarction

Gregory T. Wilson, DO, and Frederick A. Schaller, DO
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Current Concepts in Diastolic Heart Failure

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J Osteopath Med; 108(4): 203-209

Phantom Arrhythmia: Is It a Clinical Myth?

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Letter to the Editor Regarding “Self-Reported Cardiac Risks and Interest in Risk Modification Among Volunteer Firefighters”

James L. Fleming, DO, MPH
J Osteopath Med; 109(3): 123-123

Improving Exercise Tolerance and Quality of Life in Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Mark H. Belfer, DO, and Jane Z. Reardon, MSN, APRN, CS
J Osteopath Med; 109(5): 268-278

Association Among Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Body Fat, and Bone Marker Measurements in Healthy Young Females

Debra A. Mowry, DO; Megan M. Costello, MAEd; and Kate A. Heelan, PhD
J Osteopath Med; 109(10): 534-539

Moyamoya Disease: Case Report and Literature Review

Paul H. Janda, DO; Jonathan G. Bellew, DO; and Venkatachalam Veerappan, MD
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Stable Angina Pectoris: What Does the Current Clinical Evidence Tell Us?

Kenneth J. Tobin, DO
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