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The new field of NOTES

Experts debate the pros and cons of natural orifice surgery.
December 2007

Future of antibiotics worries infectious disease experts

Bartlett said. “Antibiotic development is dying,” agreed Brad Spellberg, MD, a member of IDSA's antimicrobial availability task force, at a press conference.
January 2010

Negotiation: A key skill for women hospitalists

Knowing your value and preparing for an ambush are two key secret weapons.
July 2013

The current and future state of stroke treatment

Insight from UCSF's Management of the Hospitalized Patient conference. ... Josephson during a session at UCSF's Management of the Hospitalized Patient conference, held in San Francisco last October.
January 2015

Telemedicine for heart failure

Fonarow. To make a start toward resolving this costly, damaging problem, he and other researchers at the conference discussed the potential of different strategies, particularly telemedicine, to focus this attention effectively.
July 2012

Duration not always definitive in convulsive status epilepticus

Timelines can help but shouldn't always be followed to the letter.
April 2016

Talking points on palliative care

Speakers at the recent National Palliative Care Summit discussed strategies for changing and improving Americans' perceptions of palliative care.
May 2011

Know your tests to evaluate rheumatic diseases

Distinguishing crystal disease from infection.
June 2015

What's new on ACP Internist's blog

Physician guest bloggers offer coverage from the front lines of medicine, while the staff of ACP Internist and ACP Hospitalist give their unique takes on the trends affecting U.S. ... health care, including the weekly feature “Medical news of the
January 2009

What not to do in palliative care

California San Francisco (UCSF)'s Management of the Hospitalized Patient conference in October.
December 2015

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