This issue delves into new recommendations on community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) and offers conference coverage from the American Public Health Association, Midwest Hospital Medicine, and CHEST. ... Two articles in this issue propose potential responses.
An expert speaking at American College of Gastroenterology 2018 gave tips on inpatient constipation.
Experts debate the pros and cons of natural orifice surgery.
Internal Medicine 2010 coverage: Pearls aid treatment of opioid dependence. An expert reviews the benefits of agonist treatments over “going cold turkey,” how to foil abuse of oral medications, and the ... More conference coverage: Hospital medicine
Conference coverage. At the Infectious Diseases Society of America, experts were concerned about antibiotic resistance, while at the Medical Group Management Association, an expert outlined practical tips to improve hospitalists' communication
Studies have shown that controlling blood glucose closely and carefully improves survival and morbidity among intensive care patients, but the ideal target remains controversial.
acph-201612-improving-handoffs. Speaking of football, the medical director for the National Football League Players Association was a keynote speaker at a conference I attended this fall. ... acph-201612-concussion-care-conference-coverage A related Test
Michael O’Connor, MD, offers his thoughts at the Society of Critical Care Medicine's Annual Congress in January.
This issue's clinical coverage includes an article on inpatient continuous glucose monitoring, a technological innovation that the pandemic has spurred some hospitals to move rapidly from research to practice, and ... conference coverage from the
Special programs, lectures will mark ACP's centennial.