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Risk factors known during critical care admission linked to long-term mortality after sepsis

Older age, male sex, presence of one or more severe comorbidities, prehospitalization dependency, and nonsurgical (medical) status were associated with increased risk of long-term mortality.
5 Jun 2019

October 2020

ACP Hospitalist provides hospital-based physicians with news and information about the practice of hospital medicine.

Time for change in critical care training, society says

A new white paper from the Society of Critical Care Medicine calls for development of a common critical care medicine examination cosponsored by the medical specialty boards overseeing the subspecialty.
11 Jul 2018

Knowing when AI is wrong

Physicians need to learn the explanations behind artificial intelligence (AI) answers, say the authors of a study in which hospitalists had lower diagnostic accuracy when working with biased AI.
13 Mar 2024

The limited evidence for IV albumin

An expert explains recent guidelines on IV albumin that recommended against the blood product in the settings where it is most commonly used.
10 Apr 2024

Estimates of ICU benefit differ among critical care physicians

Decisions about ICU care may be tied to bed availability, family presence, and patient age, one study found, while another revealed wide variation among states in ICU admissions for Medicare patients.
17 Oct 2018

Take a bite out of HAP

Brushing teeth reduces hospital-acquired pneumonia (HAP) risk, and changes are needed to make this simple practice happen more regularly in the hospital.
6 Mar 2024

New recommendations on sharing decision making in critical care

Clinicians should be trained in communication skills and shape the decision making process to individual patient preferences, advised the American College of Critical Care Medicine and American Thoracic Society.
4 Nov 2015

August 2, 2023

ACP Hospitalist provides hospital-based physicians with news and information about the practice of hospital medicine.

Point-of-care and critical care ultrasound—register now for November course

The American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) and the Wake Forest School of Medicine, in cooperation with ACP, are offering a course called “Point-of-Care and Critical Care Ultrasound, Incorporating Ultrasound in the Practice of Medicine.”
24 Jun 2015

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