The study also “put the pros and cons of functional versus anatomic testing into perspective,” said the authors, who advocated use of the combined functional and anatomic diagnostic workup applied in
Deresuscitation may be the next step in optimizing sepsis care.
patients and families regarding do-not-intubate orders for high-risk subgroups of patients before their health deteriorates,” advised a perspective published by the New England Journal of Medicine on March
or family member's perspective, said Melissa Schepp, MD, a co-author of the Critical Care Medicine analysis.
The differences in opinion also highlight the importance of inpatient and outpatient physicians communicating during care transitions to share their perspectives, as well as suggesting that multifaceted, broadly applied interventions to
Dana Tiganu, MD, brings a fresh perspective to the field.
Advice on harnessing the power of hospitalists to respond to COVID-19 was offered by a Perspective published by the Journal of General Internal Medicine on July 13.
In addition, 15 participants in the intervention group were interviewed about their perspectives within a week after the 90-day follow-up period ended.
Clinician-researchers report the mixed results of their efforts to be more inclusive of care team members and patient perspectives during rounds.
In a model he described with a hospitalist colleague in a 2015 New England Journal of Medicine perspective, the PCP would perform an in-person consultation on admission, be available (in