Jennifer Rymer, MD, MBA

Start Year
2014

Education and Training

Medical School
Vanderbilt University

Residency
Duke University
 

Honors, awards and distinctions

  • Chief Resident for Internal Medicine, Duke University Hospital, 2015-16

Publications

Rymer, JA, McCoy, LA, Anstrom, KJ, Fonarow, GC, Erskine, N, Peterson, ED, and Wang, TY. "Hospital Evaluation of Health Literacy and Associated Outcomes in Patients After Acute Myocardial Infarction." American Heart Journal (September 2017).

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Rymer, JA, and Newby, LK. "Failure to Launch: Targeting Inflammation in Acute Coronary Syndromes." Jacc. Basic to Translational Science 2, no. 4 (August 28, 2017): 484-497. (Review)

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30062164
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Rymer, JA, and Granger, CB. "Review: A single hs-cTnT with a cutpoint Annals of internal medicine 167, no. 4 (August 2017): JC23-.

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28806804
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Rymer, JA, and Newby, LK. "Pooled RCTs: CABG reduces mortality more than PCI with DES in nondiabetic patients with multivessel CAD." Annals of internal medicine 165, no. 10 (November 2016): JC51-.

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27842388
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Rymer, JA, Harrison, RW, Dai, D, Roe, MT, Messenger, JC, Anderson, HV, Peterson, ED, and Wang, TY. "Trends in Bare-Metal Stent Use in the United States in Patients Aged ≥65 Years (from the CathPCI Registry)." The American journal of cardiology 118, no. 7 (October 2016): 959-966.

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27614853
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Navar, AM, Pencina, MJ, Rymer, JA, Louzao, DM, and Peterson, ED. "Use of Open Access Platforms for Clinical Trial Data." JAMA 315, no. 12 (March 2016): 1283-1284.

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27002452
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Fanaroff, AC, Rymer, JA, and Goldstein, SA. "JAMA Patient Page. Acute Coronary Syndrome." JAMA 314, no. 18 (November 2015): 1990-.

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Fanaroff, AC, Rymer, JA, Goldstein, SA, Simel, DL, and Newby, LK. "Does This Patient With Chest Pain Have Acute Coronary Syndrome?: The Rational Clinical Examination Systematic Review." JAMA 314, no. 18 (November 2015): 1955-1965. (Review)

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26547467
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Rymer, JA, and Newby, LK. "ACP Journal Club. Review: In patients having PCI, high-dose clopidogrel reduces major cardiac events vs standard-dose clopidogrel." Annals of internal medicine 162, no. 10 (May 2015): JC13-.

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25984874
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Rymer, JA, and Newby, LK. "Back to the future: improving the use of guidelines-recommended coronary disease secondary prevention at the dawn of the precision medicine era." Circulation 131, no. 14 (April 2015): 1234-1235.

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25847978
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