Missouri hospitalist, issue 42 (2012 January-February)
Missouri Hospitalist Issue 42. January-February, 2012 Contents
- Table of Contents
- Hospitalist Update
- Perioperative Pulmonary Complications: Risk and Prevention / Robert Folzenlogen
- Case of the Month
- Splenic Infarction / Molly Lewandowski and Samantha Nohava
- Hospital Medicine Virtual Journal Club
- From the Journals
- From the Journals / Kate Ahmed
- ID Corner
- C Diff... Again / William Salzer
- Conference Calendar
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(2012-01)The AHRQ commissioned a systemic review of C diff. Bottom line....vancomycin ($1300) is probably not better than metronidazole ($20); also, fidaxomicin ($3400) appears to reduce relapse vs vancomycin for non-NAP1 strains.
(2012-01)Cited the following: Clostridium difficile infection in patients with inflammatory bowel disease; Rheumatological manifestations in inflammatory bowel disease; Alcoholic Liver Disease: Pathogenesis and New Therapeutic ...
(Division of Hospital Medicine University of Missouri Columbia, Missouri, 2012-01)Abstracts and full links from recent journals of interest to hospitalists.
(Division of Hospital Medicine University of Missouri Columbia, Missouri, 2012-01)Splenic infarction is a rarely encountered disorder, usually occurring as a complication of another disease process. Due to the distribution of the splenic vasculature, infarcted areas are limited to specific segments of ...
(Division of Hospital Medicine University of Missouri Columbia, Missouri, 2012-01)We hospitalists are often asked to provide perioperative risk assessments and much of our focus is on cardiovascular risk. Yet, perioperative pulmonary complications increase the length of hospital stay twice as much as ...
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