Archive - January 2017
Treating inpatients' pain in an opioid addiction epidemic
How to fight drug resistance without inducing allergic reactions
As states legalize marijuana, hospitals develop policies on inpatient use
Experts from CHEST 2016 debate screening, fluids, more
Advice for physicians requesting air medical transport
Physicians in Kansas improve sepsis care at critical access hospitals
Revisiting 2007 predictions for hospital medicine with Robert Wachter, MD, FACP
Criteria remain problematic from the clinical, coding, and regulatory perspectives and deserve more attention and discussion
In Japan, hospital medicine may help to resolve several pressing issues, the biggest being the aging population.
This month's issue includes articles on new approaches to pain management, use of penicillin, conference coverage from CHEST 2016, and more
Diabetic neuropathic foot arthropathy, acute bacterial prostatitis, tuberculous peritonitis, and more
Details on the latest recalls, warnings, and approvals
Women and stroke care, frailty as a predictor of cardiac surgery outcome, cost-effectiveness of heart failure therapy, and more
Syncope and PE, manikins and CPR training
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From the February 15, 2017 edition
- Vancomycin may have mortality benefit over metronidazole for patients with severe C. difficile, study finds
- Severe sepsis patients getting earlier antibiotics were less likely to develop shock
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