Quick screening tools may help hospitalists identify more patients at risk.
This month's issue includes a cover story on contact precautions, features on stroke units and insulin pumps, and an Expert Analysis on Rocky Mountain spotted fever. ... Whether, when and how to implement contact precautions on the ward and in the ICU is
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
Are efforts to fight catheter-associated urinary tract infections worth the cost?.
Happy New Year! To celebrate, our cover story analyzes some new guidelines on community-acquired pneumonia (CAP).
Read ACP Hospitalist's September cover story to learn more about how hospital medicine groups across the country are developing structured mentorship programs for new faculty members.
Experts struggle to find the optimal venous thromboembolism prophylaxis strategy.
Here are his suggestions:. Definitely use guidelines if they cover a topic you are unfamiliar with or unsure about.
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.”.
requirements. The cover story of the December ACP Hospitalist will focus on small hospitals' challenges, including EHR adoption.