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Healthcare Professionals / Progress Notes / Practice of Medicine

 
Transfusion safety specialist offers guidelines for emergent situations
3/13/2015

Uncrossmatched blood products can be an option for patients who need an immediate transfusion.

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Vaccination is the key to containing measles outbreak
2/13/2015

Unfortunately some people are choosing not to vaccinate -- and that’s a problem for everyone, Dr. Deborah K. Riley writes in newspaper op-ed.

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Routine urine drug screening recommended for patients on chronic opioid therapy
2/13/2015

Screening – which is fast and inexpensive -- can detect cases of substance abuse or diversion.

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Find out what physician assistants can do for you
2/13/2015

At LG Health, more than 100 PAs care for patients in nearly every field of medicine.

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HIV can hide in plain sight
2/13/2015

Vigilance by all physicians is critical to timely diagnosis of the deadly disease.

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Physicians asked to conserve IV magnesium to avoid potentially critical shortage
2/13/2015

Supply should be reserved for pre-eclampsia, total parenteral nutrition and other specific situations.

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LGHP develops guidelines as unintentional opioid overdose deaths spike
1/9/2015

The prevalence of chronic pain vs. the possibility of opioid misuse can present a difficult dilemma for providers.

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LHVI launches comprehensive screening campaign to identify families with deadly high cholesterol
1/9/2015

Tragically, familial hypercholesterolemia is most often diagnosed only after a cardiac event. Early diagnosis and treatment can save lives.

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Listeriosis in pregnancy can be deadly. Do you know the signs?
1/9/2015

Bacterial infection caused by contaminated foods is 13 times more common in pregnant women. Dr. Robert W. Larkin Jr. says all physicians can save lives by learning the symptoms.

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