An expert offers advice on STEMI and NSTEMI after surgery.
Following are some highlights from conference workshops that focused on hospital medicine:.
This month's issue includes stories on hospitals going green, wearing appropriate attire on the job, and conference coverage from Hospital Medicine 2013. ... Other topics in this conference coverage section includepearls, patient satisfaction, and
The patient is dying. More medical intervention is futile. But the family, speaking for their loved one, still wants everything done.
Fonarow. To make a start toward resolving this costly, damaging problem, he and other researchers at the conference discussed the potential of different strategies, particularly telemedicine, to focus this attention effectively.
Knowing your value and preparing for an ambush are two key secret weapons.
A feature article in this issue and some accompanying conference coverage focus on the obstacles to getting enough sleep while hospitalized. ... Our latest coverage is from the American Academy of Neurology. The subspecialists met here in Philadelphia in
Heart failure, surgery in the elderly and health care disparities were a few of the many research topics presented recently at the annual American Heart Association Scientific Sessions conference in New ... Medicine. “Still, JUPITER does provide food
There was, and still is, no neurologist at the ready; the hospital's in-person neurology coverage comprises a specialist who comes in three out of four Tuesdays for inpatient consults. ... Experts sparred over whether telephone advice or telemedicine is
Timelines can help but shouldn't always be followed to the letter.