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Oregon boy’s case shows how ‘horrific’ tetanus can be

Oregon boy’s case shows how ‘horrific’ tetanus can be
March 13, 2019
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Suboptimal evidence behind most ATS recommendations; ATS responds

February 19, 2019
Almost 40% of the American Thoracic Society’s recommendations in clinical practice guidelines are designated as strong, but less than one in 10 are supported by…

Commentary: Who ‘owns’ the psychiatric patient in the ED?

February 4, 2019
Who “owns” the psychiatric patient in the ED? Is it the ED physicians or psychiatry/behavioral health? How does ownership change after they have been…
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Influenza an important risk factor for aspergillosis coinfection

January 25, 2019
Patients with influenza who received steroids after ICU admission, have a white blood count greater than 10 x 109/L on ICU admission, and have multiple nodules and…
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Ace the Case: A 63-Year-Old Man With Progressive Shortness of Breath

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This educational activity will utilize a case study to discuss the management of a 63-year-old man with shortness of…
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Question 20: A 58-Year-Old Female Underwent A Screening Colonoscopy That Showed A 2.5-Cm Flat Polyp In The Proximal Ascending Colon. I Tattooed The Area And Biopsied The Polyp, Which Was Initially Reported As Hyperplastic. What Should I Do?

From Curbside Consultation in Endoscopy: 49 Clinical Questions, Second Edition
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VIDEO: Source control vital in treating sepsis

April 6, 2017
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