If you weren't, don't worry. This issue contains an array of conference coverage, highlighting some of the Internal Medicine Meeting 2016 sessions most relevant to hospitalist practice.
The U.S. spends an estimated $2 billion annually on treating catheter-associated bloodstream infections. Learn how to help lower those costs.
Studies have shown that controlling blood glucose closely and carefully improves survival and morbidity among intensive care patients, but the ideal target remains controversial.
Our latest group of Top Hospitalists is profiled in the November issue, which also includes conference coverage from the Heart Failure Society of America's annual meeting. ... Conference coverage from the Heart Failure Society of America looks at why
The question up for debate at the conference was whether this fluid should be normal saline or a balanced salt solution.
A report from IDWeek 2014 covers the latest treatments.
Randy Smith Jr., MD, MS, told attendees at the 2019 Midwest Hospital Medicine Conference, held in Chicago in October.
Sick ICU patients outnumber the people allocated to care for them, notes J. Christopher Farmer, MD, FACP.
This issue offers strategies to fight bias, expertise on mechanical ventilation, and virtual conference coverage.
Michael O’Connor, MD, offers his thoughts at the Society of Critical Care Medicine's Annual Congress in January.