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In his talk “Atrial Fibrillation: Risk Stratification, Anticoagulation, Future Development” at Hospital Medicine 2015, held in National Harbor, Md., this spring, Zayd A. ... It touches hospital medicine wherever you are and impacts all aspects of
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More data on the efficacy of glucocorticoids for some hospitalized patients with COVID-19 was provided by a brief report published by the Journal of Hospital Medicine on July 22. ... Hydroxychloroquine failed to show benefit in a new study, published by
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randomized trial published by the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) on Oct. ... Several studies looked at mortality from COVID-19. An analysis of 5,121 hospitalizations from three New York hospitals, published by the Journal of Hospital Medicine on
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