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Welcome to ACP Hospitalist

We'll include relevant clinical content and coverage of career and salary trends. ... What topics interest you, or worry you? What clinical issues are most important?
January 2007

The next issue of ACP Internist is online

State legislatures are drafting laws that would mandate what doctors tell their patients about culturally controversial topics such as abortion or guns in the home, or even purely clinical issues such
January 2012

Hospitalists outside the hospital

The visits aim to address clinical issues related to a patient's hospital admission, rather than any broader primary care issues, Dr. ... Doctoroff said. For hospitalists, the care parallels their inpatient practice to some extent, in that they treat a
December 2011

Most medicine residents don't know costs of tests or treatments, survey finds

Results were published by Academic Medicine on June 16. Most of the residents (88.2%) said that they incorporate patients' values and concerns into clinical decisions, and 71.7% said that ... harms, and costs of tests and treatment options for common
July 2015

Global health hospitalists

Dr. Millard agreed, saying his time in Uganda had sharpened his clinical skills. ... The “Hospital Medicine: From Admission to Discharge” precourse will follow a patient through a hospitalization, while discussing clinical issues, patient safety and
January 2013

The Consult Guys video series delivers laughs and CME credits

Geno Merli and Howard Weitz addressing a variety of clinical issues. ... New videos will be added each month in which The Consult Guys address clinical issues while using humor to deliver educational pearls related to the practice of internal medicine.
September 2013

Primer: Acute renal failure

The clinical setting often suggests the cause of ARF. Recent exposure to a new medication or associated extrarenal manifestations may suggest the diagnosis. ... The clinical presentation of urinary tract obstruction may vary from anuria to polyuria
March 2007

Venous thromboembolism in the elderly

When results of both tests are negative, it is acceptable to withhold anticoagulation unless the clinical suspicion of VTE remains high. ... The extreme example of the clinical consequence of HIT is arterial or venous thrombosis (HITTS).
April 2007

ACP toolkit improves care coordination between primary care and specialists

common clinical issues so they can pursue care together that improves health, avoids harms, and eliminates wasteful practices.
October 2014

Hospital-acquired pneumonia in the elderly

These issues make the study of HAP and VAP difficult because there is no gold standard for diagnosis. ... Philadelphia: American College of Physicians; 2007. The information included herein should never be used as a substitute for clinical judgment and
October 2007

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