CONFERENCE COVERAGE. July/August 2014 ACP Internist 13. When you hear about improvingdoor-to-treatment time, youprobably think of stroke or car-diac care, but experts in central nervous sys-tem
CHICAGO--Primary care physicians should take more initiative in talking to their patients about how they can avoid non-alcoholic fatty liver...
This issue covers topics including aspirin's role in cardiovascular health, conference coverage for palliative care, and the growth of free clinics in medical education. ... Experts who spoke at the conference offered advice on ways to approach these
CHICAGO-- IBD radiation risk : Are your patients with ulcerative colitis (UC) or Crohn's disease getting too much radiation exposure? Patie...
At Internal Medicine Meeting 2017, expect to hear recent research findings, clinical pearls and pitfalls, and maybe the sound of a gong.
The Advanced Cardiac Life Support guidelines are due out in 2015 and may pose some shocking changes: faster beats-per-minute chest compressions, a de-emphasis on hypothermia, and a new length of time for continuing cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Our story on page 15 has moredetails. Our conference coverage this month is from Hospital Medicine 2014, which tookplace in Las Vegas in March. ... Next month’s issue of ACP Internist will feature a wrapup of our coverage fromInternal Medicine 2014,
A round-up of this issue's articles on multiple sclerosis; conference coverage from Digestive Disease Week; our latest columns.
There are 4 types of fever of unknown origin, and distinguishing among them starts with the first step: Look for clues from the history and other presenting symptoms.
Conference coverage focuses on studies about abdominal obesity, symptoms and the importance of dialing 911 first. ... That was the upshot of a study (see“ ,” below) at the American Stroke Association's International Stroke Conference 2008, where