https://acpinternist.org/archives/2008/05/three.htm. 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
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 Conference Coverage this issue is from the American Medical Women's Association's 107th Annual Meeting, held virtually at the end of March.
Susan R. Miller, RN, suspected that business was being lost during the office's peak calling periods. So she did a study.
https://acpinternist.org/archives/2009/09/editors.htm. 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.
A single study has gone a long way toward changing clinical practices.
An enduring challenge is figuring out why patients appear to have resistant hypertension and how to cure them of it.
Screening everyone born from 1945 to 1965 at least once would be able to diagnose 75% of people who are living with chronic hepatitis C, according to one expert at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
ACP Internist wraps up highlights of Digestive Disease Week, including dyspepsia, weight loss and incontinence, as well as the latest about the risks of proton-pump inhibitors and antithrombotics.