Introducing Good Evidence Matters (GEMs), a series that provides reviews of new and relevant original research publications for primary care providers. Studies are critically appraised and summarized by authors in order to provide valuable new information that can be easily consumed and shared. GEMs summaries include clear key takeaways along with transparent and to-the-point summarization of its methods, results, level of evidence and any bias or limitation. GEMs are the perfect read for busy clinicians to keep up with current research.
Aspirin, friend or foe of the healthy elderly?
Weighing the benefits of aspirin in primary prevention in diabetic individuals
Nonopioid analgesics as effective as opioids for acute pain?