The NICE-SUGAR investigatorsâ€™ finding that intensive control actually increased mortality among their more than 6,000 ICU patients will lead to a dramatic and rapid change in practice for hospitalists.
This month's issue includes a cover story on endovascular therapy for stroke, as well as coverage from Hospital Medicine 2015. ... Exciting advances are being made in stroke treatment. As our cover story reports, recent large successful trials have
This month's issue includes a cover story on determining admission or discharge for chest pain and articles on improving care of transgender patients, remaining on the alert for Middle East ... This month's cover story is all about the heart, too. Janet
Fonarow. A major component of that plan will cover the complex medication regimens that heart failure patients are typically on.
Our cover story looks at some of these new policies as well as the potential impact of this growing movement.
Englander and her colleague Devan Kansagara, MD, FACP. They highlighted the story of an uninsured middle-aged man who, after being treated in the hospital for pneumonia and several comorbid illness, ... The story was frustratingly familiar to attendees,
The best apps are useful on the wards and help improve the patient experience.
High-sensitivity troponin I with or without advanced cardiac imaging may help assess risk in patients who present with chest pain
The October 2015 issue of ACP Hospitalist features a cover story addressing the question “Which chest pain patients can go home?”.
This month's issue includes a cover story on perioperative medication management, extensive coverage from Internal Medicine 2014, and an expert analysis of chemotherapy-induced hypersensitivity reactions. ... Read our cover story about his discussion of
Post-acute care is emerging as a dedicated field of practice on a path similar to hospital medicine's a decade or so ago.