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Difficult decisions

Our readers have contributed a lot to this issue. We have an Expert Analysis offering advice on the diagnosis and treatment of subsegmental pulmonary embolism and a Perspectives piece covering what
February 2019

October issue available online and in print

An Expert Analysis offers advice on splanchnic venous thrombosis and a nocturnist explains his peers.
October 2016

Letter from the Editor

In other clinical coverage, our expert analysis offers helpful advice on whether and how to use parenteral iron for treating preoperative iron deficiency anemia.
March 2012

New website and new issue from ACP Hospitalist

There's also an Expert Analysis on identifying and treating deep venous thrombosis in patients with cancer and an edition of Brief Case focused on gastrointestinal problems.
March 2017

September issue in print and online

Also check out the latest installment of The Brief Case and an expert analysis on myopericarditis.
September 2015

Contrast-induced acute kidney injury

While previous studies have suggested that bicarbonate solutions are superior to saline solutions, a recent meta-analysis showed no difference when the most up-to-date studies are included.
December 2014

Cholesterol embolism syndrome

An aging population requiring invasive vascular imaging and procedures is at increased risk for this syndrome. Learn how to recognize it.
April 2011

What's zinc got to do with it?

This case study examines a 59-year-old woman with weakness and fatigue of three weeks' duration.
February 2012

The February issue is online

Treating ascites. Our Expert Analysis this month focuses on treating ascites in patients with portal hypertension.
February 2014

Sepsis and fluid management

One meta-analysis has shown that even in those with hypoalbuminemia, there was no significant benefit with albumin (Ann Intern Med. ... A recent meta-analysis of albumin in sepsis suggested that albumin was associated with a decrease in mortality (Crit
April 2012

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