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Home Page - December 2014
Hospitals seek to improve care for patients with intellectual, developmental disabilities.
Clear communication with patients is needed.
Experts seek ways to decrease pathogen transmission while staying polite.
Expert analysis on determining decision-making ability from Mayo Clinic meeting.
Mayo Clinic internist discusses how to manage liver disease.
A report from IDWeek 2014 covers the latest treatments.
Experts offer advice on managing the third leading cause of hospital-acquired acute renal failure.
Health care costs and readmissions are reduced by focusing on patients with frequent ED visits and hospitalizations.
A new report calls for improvements in end-of-life care
From the December 17, 2014 edition
- Patients on tramadol more likely to be hospitalized for hypoglycemia
- Acute ischemia on CT after TIA predicts subsequent stroke
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