Consultant360 spoke with Amy Ushry, RN, MPH, who discussed rates of maternal morbidity and mortality and ongoing endeavors to reduce these rates at the NPWH 22nd Annual Premier Women’s Healthcare Conference.
This article is part of a series describing and differentiating dermatologic lumps and bumps. In part 8, prurigo nodularis and nodular scabies are described.
Diane Calello, MD, executive and medical director of the New Jersey Poison Control Center at Rutgers News Jersey Medical School, discusses the role of pediatricians and poison control centers in preventing common poisonings among pediatric patients.
While the exact etiology of nasal polyps is unknown, research has suggested a few causes. What are your thoughts about the etiology?
Prediabetes is recognized as a serious health condition in the United States. In your opinion, should metformin be prescribed to patients with prediabetes to prevent progression to diabetes mellitus?
David G Schwartz, PhD, and Stephen Lankenau, PhD, on Opioid Overdose Reversal in the Community Setting
David G Schwartz, PhD, and Stephen Lankenau, PhD, answer our questions on the results of a study examining the effectiveness of equipping members of the community with naloxone and a smartphone application to signal suspected opioid overdose.
Which of the following are characteristics of primary HIV infection in users of pre-exposure prophylaxis?
The ATS/CDC/ERS/IDSA Clinical Practice Guideline on the Treatment of Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis outlines new recommendations for the intensive and continuation phases of treatment. Do you know the recommended total duration of treatment?
Uterine fibroids can develop in women of any age, but they are most common among women in certain age groups. Do you know which age group has the highest risk for uterine fibroids?
In this Editorial, Editorial Board Member Michael J. Bloch, MD, reflects on a 1985 article from Consultant’s archives about how to properly use the laboratory to monitor drug therapy among patients with hypertension.