Hospitalists may be best positioned to introduce patients to palliative care and/or hospice options.
Certain clues can go a long way toward narrowing down the cause.
An expert offered advice on how to become a better doctor.
It will likely surprise younger physicians to know that the modern pulse oximeter was not invented until the early 1970s and did not become commercially available until the 1980s.
Hospitals risk dehumanization if major decisions are carried out by those whose focus is not on patient care.
Real patient cases cover such topics as complicated heart failure in a resource-poor setting and palliative care in rural Haiti.
Details on the latest recalls, warnings, and label changes, as well as a device approval.