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Does door-to-diuretic time matter? | ACP Hospitalist

Heart failure experts explain conflicting research about significance of speedy delivery of diuretics in an exacerbation.

Working up high | ACP Hospitalist

Hospitalist practice is different at altitude.

Hospitalist involvement needed to treat opioid epidemic | ACP ...

Despite rising admissions related to opioid use disorder, few hospitalists are obtaining the expertise to prescribe medications for addiction. Experts say ...

Pinpointing severe pancreatitis | ACP Hospitalist

Early identification of potentially severe cases of acute pancreatitis is difficult, but key to good outcomes.

Change in the air for oxygen delivery | ACP Hospitalist

High-flow oxygen gaining ground in adult ICUs.

A new drug and more on the way for sickle cell disease | ACP ...

In July 2017, the FDA ended a nearly 20-year drought in new therapies for sickle cell when it approved a supplement, and additional treatments are in ...

Preventing AKI | ACP Hospitalist

Everyone wants to do it, but how?.

Reversal agents for the direct oral anticoagulants | ACP ...

New class more likely to be used for reassurance than treatment, experts say.

Taking glucose management online | ACP Hospitalist

New algorithms and virtual systems can help hospitals to optimize inpatient glycemic control.

Procalcitonin: Promise and pitfalls | ACP Hospitalist

Uptake of procalcitonin testing has been slow in US hospitals, but experts say the biomarker could help with antibiotic stewardship efforts.

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