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New Options In Anticoagulation: A Hospitalist's Guide To Non-Vitamin K Antagonist Oral Anticoagulants New Options In Anticoagulation: A Hospitalist's Guide To Non-Vitamin K Antagonist Oral Anticoagulants - $35.00
This evidence-based review provides the hospitalist with foundational knowledge of the indications, mechanisms of action, pharmacokinetics, and management of these agents, with special attention to perioperative use and bleeding management. More information...
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A Hospitalist's Guide To The Management Of Acute Exacerbations Of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease A Hospitalist's Guide To The Management Of Acute Exacerbations Of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease - $35.00
This issue critiques the current state of the literature with regard to each specific treatment recommendation. More information...
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Sepsis In The Hospitalized Patient: Improving Outcomes With Early Identification And Targeted Treatment Sepsis In The Hospitalized Patient: Improving Outcomes With Early Identification And Targeted Treatment - $35.00
Sepsis is a leading cause of mortality in hospitalized patients. The spectrum of sepsis can have protean manifestations, and can thus be difficult to diagnosis early in its presentation. Prompt diagnosis and expedient management are the cornerstones of tr More information...
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HCAHPS And The Metrics Of Patient Experience: A Guide For Hospitals And Hospitalists HCAHPS And The Metrics Of Patient Experience: A Guide For Hospitals And Hospitalists - $35.00
This issue of Hospital Medicine Practice examines the principles and uses of the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS) survey and looks at the evidence on utilizing patient satisfaction as a marker for care quality. More information...
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Syncope: Identifying Patient Risk Is Key To Maximizing Effective Treatment Syncope: Identifying Patient Risk Is Key To Maximizing Effective Treatment - $35.00
For patients with syncope, understanding the pathophysiology and scope of differentials of the common as well as the unusual, but life-threatening, causes are highlighted in this issue of Hospital Medicine Practice. This review also summarizes the guidelines and risk stratification tools, with emphasis in basic history and clinical examination and a formulated algorithm applicable for current practice. More information...
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Cellulitis In Hospital Patients: Choosing Antibiotics Wisely, Preventing Readmissions, And Reducing Costs Cellulitis In Hospital Patients: Choosing Antibiotics Wisely, Preventing Readmissions, And Reducing Costs - $35.00
Patients with skin and soft-tissue infections are often encountered in the hospital setting. Recent guidelines from the Infectious Diseases Society of America have better defined how to assess and treat these infections. Distinguishing purulent from nonpurulent infections is critical, as the bacterial pathogens and antimicrobial options differ. This article provides a guide to evaluating, diagnosing, and treating cellulitis in accordance with the most evidenced-based literature. Given the current state of our healthcare system, suggestions for quality improvement and cost-effective strategies such as the use of observation status and decreasing duration of antibiotic treatment are addressed. More information...
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Multicomponent Assessment, Treatment, And Prevention Of Delirium In Hospitalized Patients Multicomponent Assessment, Treatment, And Prevention Of Delirium In Hospitalized Patients - $35.00
Delirium is a common syndrome of acute cognitive dysfunction brought on by a complex interaction between a susceptible patient, underlying medical causes, and the environment. Due to variable presentation and a multifactorial etiology, delirium frequently presents a diagnostic dilemma for hospitalists. Medications and features of the hospital environment and common hospital practices may contribute to delirium, and clinicians must remain vigilant to minimize these effects in vulnerable patients. More information...
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Evidence-Based Hospital Management Of Patients With Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction Evidence-Based Hospital Management Of Patients With Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction - $35.00
Heart failure is a clinical syndrome characterized by frequent hospitalizations, high mortality, poor quality of life, multiple comorbidities, and complex treatment regimens. The proportion of patients with the diagnosis of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HF-PEF) has increased over time, while the rate of death from this disorder remains unchanged. The etiology, pathophysiology, and treatment of HF-PEF is different from other types of heart failure, so it is important for the hospitalist to manage therapy and triggers of HF-PEF. More information...
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Recognizing And Managing Hospitalized Patients Who Are At Risk For Suicide Recognizing And Managing Hospitalized Patients Who Are At Risk For Suicide - $35.00
This issue reviews the current evidence-based recommendations available for management of suicidal patients in the hospital setting, including a special focus on protective factors and symptoms associated with completed suicide, chronic medical conditions associated with suicide, and special high-risk populations the hospitalist needs to note. More information...
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Hospital Management Of Hypertension: Essential And Secondary Hypertension Hospital Management Of Hypertension: Essential And Secondary Hypertension - $35.00
This review examines treatment guidelines for hospitalized patients with high blood pressure, including those with pre-existing hypertension, acute hypertension related to comorbid conditions, and perioperative hypertension. More information...
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Hospital Management Of Hypertension: Urgencies And Emergencies Hospital Management Of Hypertension: Urgencies And Emergencies - $35.00
This issue reviews the difference between urgency and emergency, which is defined by the end-organ damage manifest and determines blood pressure reduction goals and optimal reduction speed. More information...
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Evidence-Based Management Of Diabetes Mellitus In Hospitalized Patients Evidence-Based Management Of Diabetes Mellitus In Hospitalized Patients - $35.00
This issue comprehensively reviews the evidence on effective diabetes management, including diagnosis, treatment regimens, management of surgical patients and comorbid conditions, and discharge planning. More information...
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Sickle Cell Disease: A Comprehensive Review Of Inpatient Management Sickle Cell Disease: A Comprehensive Review Of Inpatient Management - $35.00
This review examines relevant topics in the hospital management of sickle cell disease and aims to assist physicians in providing comprehensive and cost-effective care for their patients. More information...
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Evidence-Based Hospital Management Of Gastrointestinal Bleeding Evidence-Based Hospital Management Of Gastrointestinal Bleeding - $35.00
This issue provides an evidence-based review of management strategies for gastrointestinal bleeding in the hospitalized patient to optimize the quality of care, facilitate cost-effective treatment, and improve clinical outcomes. More information...
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Evidence-Based Diagnostic And Treatment Strategies For Pregnant Patients With Hypertensive Disorders Evidence-Based Diagnostic And Treatment Strategies For Pregnant Patients With Hypertensive Disorders - $35.00
In this review, the best available evidence for diagnosing pregnant women with hypertensive disorders will be reviewed, and treatment recommendations will be outlined. More information...
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Sudden Cardiac Arrest: Acute Management And Long-Term Prevention Sudden Cardiac Arrest: Acute Management And Long-Term Prevention - $35.00
This review will aid hospitalists in identifying reversible and nonreversible causes of sudden cardiac arrest, with recommendations on performing a thorough history, physical examination, and diagnostic studies, and it reviews the evidence on the most effective treatment and primary prevention strategies. Prevention of recurrent arrest is a central goal of long-term management, and an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator is the proven approach for secondary prevention. Effective use of antiarrhythmic drugs, therapeutic hypothermia, and a summary of recommendations for screening of athletes are also reviewed. More information...
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Anemia In The Hospitalized Patient: Current Evidence-Based Strategies For Evaluation And Treatment Anemia In The Hospitalized Patient: Current Evidence-Based Strategies For Evaluation And Treatment - $35.00
This review examines the current literature on the etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment of anemia in the hospitalized patient, including the indications and potential outcomes of blood transfusions, parenteral and enteral iron supplementation, and the indications and cautions for the use of erythropoiesis-stimulating agents. More information...
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Diagnosis And Management Of Anaphylaxis In The Hospitalized Patient Diagnosis And Management Of Anaphylaxis In The Hospitalized Patient - $35.00
In this issue, the immunologic and nonimmunologic mechanisms of anaphylaxis are reviewed, and diagnostic criteria, risk factors, and common triggers are outlined. More information...
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Recognizing, Treating, And Preventing Acute Kidney Injury In Hospitalized Patients Recognizing, Treating, And Preventing Acute Kidney Injury In Hospitalized Patients - $35.00
This issue reviews the etiology of the major categories of acute kidney injury in hospitalized patients and summarizes the progress being made toward diagnosing and staging the disease that will lead to more evidence-based recommendations for management. More information...
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Cost-Effective Management And Better Patient Care For Clostridium difficile Infection In Hospitalized Patients Cost-Effective Management And Better Patient Care For Clostridium difficile Infection In Hospitalized Patients - $35.00
In this issue, the best available evidence regarding the epidemiology, pathophysiology, risk factors, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, management, and prevention of C difficile infection will be reviewed, with an overview of alternative antimicrobial therapies and promising new treatments. More information...
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Acute Coronary Syndromes: Current Evidence For Management In The Hospital Setting Acute Coronary Syndromes: Current Evidence For Management In The Hospital Setting - $35.00
This issue reviews the evidence for the numerous therapies for acute coronary syndromes, including drug therapies and revascularization strategies. More information...
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Diagnosis And Treatment Of Healthcare-Associated Pneumonia In The Hospitalized Patient: One Size Does Not Fit All Diagnosis And Treatment Of Healthcare-Associated Pneumonia In The Hospitalized Patient: One Size Does Not Fit All - $35.00
This issue reviews the data that controvert the initial definition and the evidence that supported this new category of pneumonia, and it suggests that the concept of healthcare-associated pneumonia should be refined to determine the presence or absence of multidrug-resistant pathogens. More information...
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