Vincent B. Young, MD, PhD, connected the dots between physiology and clinical medicine at the first annual Dr. ... Young, a professor in the departments of internal medicine/infectious diseases and microbiology and immunology at the University of
A study published in the November Critical Care Medicine identified heparin-binding protein as a potential new biomarker. ... septic shock between 4 and 48 hours later, according to results published in the May Critical Care Medicine.
The findings provide hospital physicians with “something families can latch onto and do in the intensive care units,” said Theresa Louise-Bender Pape, DrPH, MA, a clinical neuroscientist with the Department ... clinical consensus versus standardized
It's sometimes difficult because the appearance of the bites is nonspecific,” said Stephen Hwang, MD, FACP, an associate professor of medicine and public health at the University of Toronto. ... Hwang. In the January 2012 American Journal of Medicine,
in the hospitalist-led clinic versus those seen by primary care, according to the findings, published in the January 2014 Journal of Hospital Medicine. ... Li, an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Kentucky in Lexington.
recruitment, and assisted clinical year students with the development of their internal medicine knowledge and skills,” said Mr. ... Title: Assistant professor of clinical medicine and pediatrics, Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (OSUWMC),
At a session at Internal Medicine 2007, held in San Diego in April, Daniel J. ... Diekema, FACP, associate professor of clinical medicine at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, discussed the epidemiological issues that are changing the face of MRSA,
About 10% of the time there's some clinical medicine that happens during that phone call,” he said. ... Williams, FACP, chief of the hospital medicine division at Chicago's Northwestern Medical Center.
MD, BHSc, an adult respirology clinical fellow at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. ... O’Driscoll. “However, giving excessive oxygen makes as much clinical sense as overcorrecting hypoglycemia, anemia, hypotension, hyponatremia, hypokalemia,
Fonarow, MD, professor of medicine and associate chief of the division of cardiology at the University of California Los Angeles. ... It's a tightrope for hospitalists to walk, said Jeffrey L. Schnipper, MD, MPH, ACP Member, a physician at Brigham and