EXPERT ANALYSIS. Table 1. Presurgical test results. Component Latest reference range Results.
Pulmonary hypertension is the focus of our Expert Analysis and coding column this month—learn how to diagnosis and treat the condition, and then how to get paid for your work.
Read our story to learn more. Finally, this month's Expert Analysis focuses on what hospitalists need to know about cardiopulmonary stress tests.
EXPERT ANALYSIS. Table 2. Stepwise algorithm for the diagnostic workup of PIDD. ... Quantitative defects noted on CBC with differ- ential; chronic granulomatous disease diagnosed via flow cytometric neutrophil function testing (dihydrorhodamine assay);
Cases involving thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura and hemolytic uremic syndrome are presented.
A pulmonary embolism can present in a variety of clinical scenarios; however, there are several features that are typical.
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. ... states. Our Expert Analysis, written by ACP Hospitalist editorial board member Dawn
EXPERT ANALYSIS. 18 ACPHOSPITALIST February 2014. Table 1. Signs and symptoms of spontaneous bacterial peritonitis.
Also on the clinical side, our Q&A dives into Sepsis-3 and this month's Expert Analysis explains hemolytic uremic syndrome and thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura.
In suspected cases, acute titers for RMSF should be sent for analysis, including IgM antibody levels, at the start of antibiotic therapy.