Q: Should less severe patients get the same treatment protocol as severe sepsis patients? ... Q: How much mortality do you think can be prevented by improving care for these patients?
ACP Hospitalist provides hospital-based physicians with news and information about the practice of hospital medicine.
Suggest a colleague as a Top Hospitalist. The CDC has issued a health advisory about increasing reports of Q fever in Iraq and the Netherlands. ... Physicians should consider Q fever in the differential diagnosis of patients who have traveled to those
Q: What do you think are the most significant ways that the Foundation has contributed? ... Q: Can you point to some medical reasons why having a humanistic doctor is important?
A Twitter chat on Wednesday, Oct. 30, at 7 p.m. Eastern will focus on this month's Q&A about medical social media. ... This month's Q&A tackles social media, particularly the inaccurate health information that is often posted on these platforms.
Q: What will the palliative care clinicians staffing the hotline be able to provide? ... Q: Are these conversations also more necessary now with patients who don't have COVID-19?
Q: What particularly interested you in hospital medicine? A: Dr. Palakodeti: When I imagined as a kid being a doctor, what I really [pictured is] hospital medicine—walking around the wards, ... Q: Do you think the current internal medicine training
Q: You mentioned decreasing transfers. What was your hospital's policy on that? ... Q: Is there any other advice you'd give hospitalists about the current situation?
Dr. Marlow talked with ACP Hospitalist about the pilot. Q: What motivated the development of this project? ... Q: How did you determine which patients should be seen? A: It was clinical gestalt.
Q: What are your thoughts on researchers' posting their COVID-19 research online without peer review? ... Q: What other effects have you seen from the intense media and public interest in COVID-19 research?