Myriad aspects of life impact health, and these social determinants include multiple models that include more than the physical body.
ACP Internist Weekly
- Urinary incontinence
Behavioral therapy appears more effective than pharmacologic therapy for urinary incontinence outcomes
- Atrial fibrillation
Catheter ablation improved quality of life, but not major adverse cardiac events, versus medical therapy in afib
Following the death of a trainee, one training director developed a framework to help others cope, including gathering resources, breaking the news, talking with the deceased's family, and handling memorial services, among other topics.
This year's Internal Medicine Meeting, held in Philadelphia for the first time since 2009, marks ACP's 100th annual educational gathering.
A 26-year-old woman is evaluated in the emergency department for lower abdominal pain with vaginal discharge. She reports no nausea or vomiting but noted vaginal bleeding after intercourse the previous night. Following a physical exam and negative urine pregnancy test, what is the most appropriate empiric treatment?
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