Sax reported in a Feb. 15, 2015, blog post for the New England Journal of Medicine. ... New England Journal of Medicine Journal Watch. Feb. 15, 2015. Accessed online on Nov.
A single measurement of FEV. 1. incompletely represents the complex clinical consequences of COPD because 1) FEV. ... Exacerbations are often the defining clinical events in the life of a patient with COPD.
The latter two factors hardly seem like clinical criteria on which to base the decision, but the problem is, there are no such criteria. ... There has to be a general shift towards more value in health care both in hospital medicine at large and in
Kravet, FACP, who led M&Ms at Johns Hopkins Bayview's department of medicine as medical director for ambulatory services and deputy director for clinical activities (he is now president of ... Pierce, ACP Member, a hospitalist and assistant professor of
I t's not hard to understand why patients might value empathy in medicine. ... Sometimes students are overwhelmed by the nature of clinical medicine. They are, for the most part, still very young human beings who are confronted with death and dying and
In Groves's classic article, “Taking Care of the Hateful Patient,” which was published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 1978, “hateful” (i.e., difficult) patients are described as ... Curr Psychiatry Rep. 2002; 4:30-38. Gutheil TG,
medicine and clinical pharmacology at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. ... It depends on the site of the bleeding, the severity, the reversibility, and how much the anticoagulant contributed,” said Peter Kowey, MD, FACP, a cardiologist and
Fenves, the co-author of a review article titled “Before You Call Renal: Acute Kidney Injury for Hospitalists,” published in the June Journal of Hospital Medicine. ... associate chief of the division of cardiovascular medicine at the University of
Despite this, clinical outcomes of patients discharged from EDs were good overall, Dr. ... Vinson said. “We suspect clinical practice will change significantly in the coming decade.”.
It may seem counterintuitive, but I envision these [computer] tools freeing us to spend more time with our patients,” said Herbert Chase, MD, professor of clinical medicine in biomedical informatics at ... The study was published online April 20, 2011