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August 8, 2018 | ACP Hospitalist Weekly | ACP Hospitalist

ACP Hospitalist provides hospital-based physicians with news and information about the practice of hospital medicine.

Warnings on morphine overdoses, injections containing particulates | ACP Hospitalist

Details on a warning and label changes related to accidental overdoses of morphine sulfate, and more.

Peripheral IV catheter failure rates similar, regardless of dressing or securement device | ACP Hospitalist Weekly | ACP Hospitalist

Adult patients who were expected to require a peripheral IV catheter for at least 24 hours were randomized to receive tissue adhesive with polyurethane dressing, bordered polyurethane dressing, a securement device with polyurethane dressing, or the

Iatrogenica | ACP Hospitalist

A chance encounter with an old friend leads our editorial advisor to reminisce about patients past.

New C. diff drug and MRSA test | ACP Hospitalist

Details on approval of a new drug for Clostridium difficile, a new test for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, and more.

Improving handoffs through better communication | ACP Hospitalist

Research has shown that speakers systematically overestimate how well their messages are understood by listeners, and assume a listener has all the same knowledge they do. Verbal updates and read-backs can help.

Duration not always definitive in convulsive status epilepticus | ACP Hospitalist

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

Be picky about PICCs | ACP Hospitalist

Use of peripherally inserted central catheters (PICCs) is increasingly common in hospitals, in part because they are easy to use and there is a perception that they carry less risk of infection. But PICCs shouldn't necessarily be the default line

Panel picks appropriate uses for PICCs | ACP Hospitalist

An expert discusses new collaborative recommendations.

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