Current Issue - November 2015
Hospitalization presents an opportunity to intervene and stop exploitation
Learn about diagnosis, treatment, and next steps through a case study
The Brief Case
Meningoencephalitis, cerebral amyloid angiopathy, tophaceous gout, and more
A 442-bed acute care urban academic health center in Toronto decreased length of stay by improving patient-physician communication and handoffs
Perhaps the most important aspect of medical training is developing the ability to come to the correct diagnosis
Sometimes the best treatment plan can include an effective and simple intervention of antiquity
Urinalysis orders, resistant infections, molecular C. diff testing, and more
From the November 25, 2015 edition
- Beta-blocker usage may reduce lactate levels in severe sepsis, study finds
- Therapeutic hypothermia in comatose patients with non-shockable initial rhythms may lead to better outcomes
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