- Clinical assessment of volume status is often inaccurate.
- Acute symptomatic hyponatremia is treated with 3%...
Experts discuss barriers to treating indigent patients, medication management's role in safe transitions, and new programs to help the homeless...
A recent “Current Concepts” article in the New England Journal of Medicine (2011;364:749) by a pair of Yale University physicians
Drug shortages disrupt operations, tax hospitalists' treatment patterns
Physician reviews of the latest research, including eplerenone and heart failure mortality, fidaxomicin for C. difficile diarrhea,...
“Portable Ultrasound” pre-course unveils almost-limitless possibilities, hospitalist says
A roundup of key presentations spanning clinical, career, academic, and practice management issues
Balanced, risk-based approach appropriate for ALTEs
Systemic corticosteroids are recommended for patients admitted with AECOPD, with benefits including shortened recovery time, improved lung...
Hospitalist Geno Merli and attorney Howard Bremer discuss new therapies and challenges to warfarin