Speeding STEMI care
Regional networks can get patients to PCI promptly.
Yeast of burden
Five things to know about Candida auris.
Identifying drug-drug interactions
New tech helps prevent adverse drug events.
Improving access, education reduces readmissions after PCI
Physicians developed an initiative spanning all phases of PCI care.
Venous thromboembolism in malignancy
Patients with a VTE have more than a fourfold increased risk for cancer compared with the general population. In patients with a known malignancy, the annual incidence of VTE is 1 in 200.
Teaching high-value care
An assistant dean for health care value discusses a new track in care transformation for residents.
Altered mental status
The encephalopathic and intracranial disease processes causing acute alteration in mental status is discussed in the second of two columns on the topic.
Warning on risk of hacking with cardiac devices
Details on the latest warnings, recalls, and approvals.
In the March issue
This month's issue includes articles on improving time to PCI, managing an emerging resistant infection, and dealing with drug interactions.
Rounds went very smoothly, until we got to Mr. Fibonacci.
Decision aid for low-risk chest pain
A trial at six EDs in the U.S. compared usual care or a structured risk assessment.
Cases from Brooke Army Medical Center
Sphincter of Oddi dysfunction, GI stromal tumor, alcoholic hepatitis, and more.
Studies on infectious diseases, neurology, and more
Isolation precautions may not always be of benefit.