Sexually transmitted disease spread, emerging organisms, antimicrobial resistance, and other ID topics from 2019 make up this Patient Care final challenge.
COPD phenotypes differ by sex and ICS are still overprescribed—2 findings that lead this month’s lung disease research review for primary care.
New GOLD guidelines, strategies, and challenges highlighted the key developments for primary care physicians in 2019.
Highlights of an evidence-based review offer practical guidance for effective depression screening and assessment strategies for primary care physicians.
Test your knowledge of the latest developments in a complicated and rapidly changing area of patient care.
Combination therapy found to reduce COPD exacerbations, no exacerbation reduction with β-blockers, plus 3 more must-read studies.
Antibiotic treatment for H. pylori is in trouble; antibiotic-resistant E. coli may not be caused by food. Plus more important research ICYMI, at-a-glance.
How are COPD patients using synthetic cannabinoids? Do breathing exercises always improve symptoms? Answers and more questions in this quick quiz.
Vaccines against herpes and chlamydia show promise but sexual health awareness in the US leaves a lot to be desired. The research explains.
Findings: Don’t blame patients for all inhaler-use errors; singing may help improve breathing, QOL; Rx adherence does improve over time; plus 3 more outcomes of interest.