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So you want to be an academic hospitalist

There are huge resources, access to specialists, that aren't available in every center, and that's tremendously satisfying when it comes to comes to clinical care,” said David Meltzer, FACP, ... It can entail mostly patient work and a little bit of
December 2009

Negative, positive vs. even fluid balance may increase long-term mortality risk among critically ill, study finds

Results were published online on April 21 by Critical Care Medicine. ... The authors stated that their findings have implications for clinical care, such as the current use of negative fluid balance as a justification for liberating patients early from
May 2017

Meet Our 2019 Top Hospitalists

As Dr. Hunt put it, “She leads on the frontline, juggling clinical care, coordination of resources, and collaboration with multiple stakeholders in a complex hospital system.”. ... Her interest in improving care for patients with disabilities was
November 2019

Satisfying patients—one or many at a time

Dr. Slataper's hospital found success with a “team nurse” system in which each physician works with a clinical care coordinator who assists patients in arranging post-discharge care. ... Our patients' care is enhanced when a discharge plan actually
August 2013

10th Annual Top Hospitalists issue

As clinical practice director at Northwestern, ACP Member Rachel Cyrus, MD, is in charge of making day-to-day care as rewarding as possible for the hospitalist group. ... Residency: UWSM Seattle-Boise Primary Care Pathway. Title: Chief of the hospital
November 2017

The scourge of seven on/seven off

But the intensity of care we provide is at a much higher level than that of our consultant colleagues. ... Because we often spend so little time with these patients, clinical care is sloppy, patients are unhappy, and unnecessary tests and consults are
May 2011

Pocket-sized procedures

Dr. Spencer also sees a place for the devices in the care of patients who will definitely need other cardiac tests. ... There is potential for handheld ultrasounds to improve clinical care, he acknowledged.
May 2011

Beta-blockers, antibiotic algorithm, and more

of clinical care. ... Clinical success was documented in 82.0% of patients assigned to receive algorithm-based therapy and 81.5% of those receiving usual care (difference, 0.5%; one-sided 97.5% CI,
April 2019

With acute pancreatitis, time is of the essence

Acute pancreatitis is largely a clinical diagnosis, since other conditions have similar symptoms, said Patrick A. ... The harmless acute pancreatitis score: a clinical algorithm for rapid initial stratification of nonsevere disease.
January 2014

New anticoagulants effective for hip, knee replacement prophylaxis but may increase bleeding risk

Also, they noted, the real risk profile of NOACs in clinical practice may differ from these findings if the strict eligibility criteria used in the trials aren't followed in clinical ... care. Still, NOACs are “reasonable options” for THR or TKR
August 2013

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