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Contents

  • Hospitalist update:
    • Primum non nocere / Carla Dyer, MD
  • Case of the Month / Sumi Prakash, MD, Rahul Shekhar, MD, and William Steinmann, MD
  • From the Journals / Kyle Moyland,MD
  • ID Corner:
    • Catheter-Related Urinary Tract Infections / William Salzer, MD
  • Missouri Hospitalist Calendar
  • Comments
[Collection created September 4, 2018]

Recent Submissions

  • Missouri hospitalist, issue 26 (2010 February) 

    (University of Missouri. Department of Medicine. Division of Hospital Medicine, 2010-02)
  • Missouri hospitalist calendar, 2010-02 

    (University of Missouri, Department of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, 2010-02)
    Calendar of upcoming events.
  • ID corner : catheter-related urinary tract infections 

    Salzer, William (University of Missouri, Department of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, 2010-02)
    When should you culture or treat urine culture results from Foley catheters?
  • National Patient Safety Awareness Week : March 7-13, 2010 

    (University of Missouri, Department of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, 2010-02)
    National Patient Safety Awareness Week will be March 7-13 this year. Many such "awareness weeks" come and go with barely more than a sign in the elevator to recognize their existence. Take a few moments this next month to ...
  • From the journals 

    Moylan, Kyle (University of Missouri, Department of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, 2010-02)
    Author present analyses of four recent articles.
  • Case of the month 

    Prakash, Sumi; Shekhar, Rahul; Steinmann, William (University of Missouri, Department of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, 2010-02)
    Description and diagnosis of 67 year-old Caucasian male patient admitted to the ER.
  • Primum non nocere 

    Dyer, Carla (University of Missouri, Department of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, 2010-02)
    As a follow up to the "To Err is Human Report," in 2001, the Institute of Medicine described six overall "aims for improvement" in healthcare: care that is patient centered, efficient, timely, equitable, effective and safe. ...