Heart failure experts explain conflicting research about significance of speedy delivery of diuretics in an exacerbation.
Hospitalist practice is different at altitude.
Despite rising admissions related to opioid use disorder, few hospitalists are obtaining the expertise to prescribe medications for addiction. Experts say ...
Early identification of potentially severe cases of acute pancreatitis is difficult, but key to good outcomes.
High-flow oxygen gaining ground in adult ICUs.
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 ...
Everyone wants to do it, but how?.
New class more likely to be used for reassurance than treatment, experts say.
New algorithms and virtual systems can help hospitals to optimize inpatient glycemic control.
Uptake of procalcitonin testing has been slow in US hospitals, but experts say the biomarker could help with antibiotic stewardship efforts.