Posted by Andy Jagoda MD in: Feature Update , trackback
Our recent issue Community-Acquired Pneumonia in the Emergency Department reviews the current evidence and guidelines for managing these patients in the emergency department. The various clinical decision aids are compared, as they assist in determining the level of inpatient care required and allow for a greater proportion of patients to be treated successfully as outpatients.
It also includes Risk Management Pitfalls for Community-Acquired Pneumonia in the Emergency Department. You can review the pitfalls below, and read the full issue for more information diagnosing and treating adult community-acquired pneumonia patients.
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