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Does door-to-diuretic time matter?

Heart failure experts explain conflicting research about significance of speedy delivery of diuretics in an exacerbation.

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Heed the indicators of in-hospital cardiac arrest

The key to reducing deaths from in-hospital cardiac arrest may be preventing them from occurring.

Screening for C. diff on admission

A surgical service found screening for carriers reduced hospital-acquired Clostridium difficile.

The transgender inpatient

Transgender and gender-nonbinary people face significant barriers to gender-affirming and high-quality health care.

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Diagnosing diagnosis difficulties

Researchers identified themes of diagnosis by observing medical residents on rounds.

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Acute tubular necrosis

Review how to diagnose and document this common cause of acute kidney injury.

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New warnings for fluoroquinolones

Details on the latest recalls, warnings, and approvals.


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