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Delivery (of a shock) in two minutes or less

At USC, administrators currently are looking into new automated and wireless monitoring technology that could cover more patients, even those in transit within the hospital.
August 2008

The telehospitalist

I still do cross-cover call. I still do admissions. I still do discharges.
September 2014

Too many or too few: Who belongs in the ICU?

Some experts are starting to question how the nation's critical care beds are being used.
February 2013

Letter from the Editor

This month's issue includes a cover story on how to find a job that makes you happy, diagnosing and treating acute pancreatitis, and case summaries from San Francisco General Hospital. ... Our cover story offers advice on how, during your job search and
January 2014

Guarding against CAUTI

Are efforts to fight catheter-associated urinary tract infections worth the cost?.
May 2015

From too little to too much

Experts struggle to find the optimal venous thromboembolism prophylaxis strategy.
January 2015

Glutted with guidelines?

Here are his suggestions:. Definitely use guidelines if they cover a topic you are unfamiliar with or unsure about.
May 2013

Treating HCAP is not a snap

Seymann. “If the patient is one of those who have Pseudomonas or MRSA, you don't want to wait to cover that for a few days.”.
March 2010

More hospitals adopting EHRs, but some lag behind, study finds

requirements. The cover story of the December ACP Hospitalist will focus on small hospitals' challenges, including EHR adoption.
November 2015

Letter from the Editor

But these days that isn't always enough, according to our cover story. ... See the story for details. In clinical topics, another inside feature focuses on cellulitis.
February 2017

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