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Hospitalists must discern true drug-seeking behavior from a straightforward desire for pain relief.
A recent Institute of Medicine report said too few health care facilities have established indicators to guide decisions during crises.
Article reviews the current recommendations for the treatment of ascites, including hepatorenal syndrome and spontaneous bacterial peritonitis.
Hospitalist use was associated with greater adherence to heart failure performance measures.
Program has been expanded to 2 long-term care facilities in the same health system.
From the March 5, 2014 edition
- Transfusion in PCI patients associated with greater risk of heart attack, stroke, death
- Guideline update issued on prevention of stroke in nonvalvular afib
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