Women's Health News

  • Sex Specific Guidelines Needed to Accurately Treat Women

    Apr 11, 2022 by Devin Lynn
    Today, in a new paper published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus faculty Judy Regensteiner, PhD, and Jane Reusch, MD, discuss the need for sex-specific health information for obesity, hypertension and diabetes.
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    Incorporating Sex as a Biological Variable into Basic and Clinical Research Studies

    Mar 18, 2022 by American Journal of Physiology: Heart and Circulatory Physiology Podcasts
    Despite the establishment of NIH guidelines for inclusion of women in clinical studies, as well as clear expectations for rigor and reproducibility in reporting sex as a biological variable in NIH grant submissions, women and females are still understudied populations in human and animal research. Enter this important primer on incorporating sex as a biological variable into basic and clinical research.
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    Impacting Care through the Ludeman Center Network

    Oct 27, 2021 by Amy Huebschmann, MD Devin Lynn
    At times, opportunities for the Ludeman Family Center for Women’s Health Research to have an impact on health occur rapidly, such as when when there are shifts in healthcare delivery policies and procedures. That was the case in December 2020, amid a COVID-19 pandemic surge, when UCHealth received a mandate to start using a new laboratory assay to measure the early signs of a heart attack in patients – the ‘troponin’ laboratory test. The relevance to the Ludeman Center is that this new laboratory assay for the troponin test is one of the first tests to recommend different normative values for men and women.
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