Recent Submissions

  • Updates in Hospital Palliative Care 

    Havyer, Rachel D.; Abedini, Nauzley; Jayes, Robert L.; Matti-Orozco, Brenda; Pomerantz, Daniel H.; Ansari, Aziz A. (University of Missouri, Department of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, 2019-10)
    Background: This review critiques recent palliative care (PC) literature with likelihood of impacting general hospital practice in order to help address the PC needs of patients. Methods: Articles published between January ...
  • From Admission to Discharge, How Artificial Intelligence Could Optimize Patient Care : A Brief Review 

    Gilvaz, Vinit Joseph; Abraham, George M.; Radhakrishnan, Shree; Hasmath, Zeba (University of Missouri, Department of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, 2019-10)
    The applications of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare have been steadily growing over the past few years. This is largely due to the availability of large amounts of healthcare data, coupled with a dramatic increase ...
  • Inpatient Management of Bronchial Asthma for the Hospitalist -A Concise Review 

    Hunter, Michael P.; Vaddi, Suman; Krvavac, Armin; Regunath, Hariharan; Guntur, Vamsi P. (University of Missouri, Department of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, 2019-10)
    Asthma is a common inflammatory disease of the airways that leads to significant hospital utilization and health care cost around the world. Despite published guidelines, the diagnosis and treatment of acute asthma ...
  • Approach to Diffuse Parenchymal Lung Disease (Interstitial Lung Disease) for the Hospitalist 

    Chairman, Dennis (University of Missouri, Department of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, 2019-10)
    Diffuse parenchymal lung diseases (DPLD, historically known as interstitial lung diseases) are a heterogeneous group of diseases that are uncommon and grouped together for their similarity in one or more clinical, radiological, ...
  • Role of ID Consultation in Candidemia 

    Nolan, Nathanial S. (University of Missouri, Department of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, 2019-10)
    "Candida bloodstream infections affect many patients across the U.S. Their mortality rate is approximately 25% to 35% according to surveillance data1,2. Candidemia is associated with immune suppression, hematologic malignancy, ...
  • Conference calendar (AJHM, volume 3, issue 4, 2019) 

    Chela, Harleen (University of Missouri, Department of Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine, 2019-10)