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College-supported organization launches internal medicine program in Bhutan

Health Volunteers Overseas (HVO), an ACP-supported organization, announced the opening of a new internal medicine program in Bhutan at the National Referral Hospital (NRH) and the Royal Institute of Health Sciences (RIHS).
27 Jul 2010

Sexual activity safe for most CVD patients

Most patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD) can safely engage in sexual activity, according to a new scientific statement from the American Heart Association.
31 Jan 2012

Readers weigh in on bedside skills, health care costs

Readers weigh in on the physician-patient relationship and difficulties of health insurance.
1 Sep 2017

Nerve blockade most effective option for managing pain after hip fracture

Nerve blockade is the most effective option for managing pain after hip fracture, according to a review funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
17 May 2011

Finesse required to treat anxiety in the elderly

Elderly patients may have many concerns on their mind. Maintaining their independence and managing their finances are two. But when does worry become anxiety? And how can internists not only manage chronic diseases but also ensure that patients are able to care for themselves?.
1 Jan 2013

Hospital-initiated transition interventions may improve stroke, MI outcomes

Transition-of-care interventions initiated in the hospital can help improve outcomes in adult patients with stroke and myocardial infarction (MI), according to a new study.
18 Sep 2012

‘Year of the Lung’ draws attention to COPD, asthma

Chronic respiratory disease is projected to be the third most common cause of death by 2020, but it currently underestimated. This year's American Thoracic Society meeting focuses on issues to bring them to the attention of the rest of the medical community.
1 Jul 2010

New clinical guideline issued on diagnosis, management of stable COPD

Several collaborating medical societies, including the American College of Physicians, released new guidelines this week on the diagnosis and management of stable chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
2 Aug 2011

Diabetic foot care begins with bare feet

Internists can head up a care team that intervenes early and often in preventing the ulcerations, pressure points and neuropathies that can progress to infection and possibly amputation.
1 Oct 2013

Tackling tPA and stroke outcomes through telemedicine

Thirteen “spoke” hospitals across the U.S. without on-site stroke experts used telemedicine to increased their use of recombinant tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) to treat acute ischemic stroke.
1 Jul 2014

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