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Rates of STIs among persons aged ≥60 years are increasing faster than among the general population. Can you speculate as to why?
Point of care HCV testing offers the promise of more widespread testing and more effective linkage to care. Find out what you know--and need to know.
Measures used to assess medication adherence in cystic fibrosis patients may overestimate use of therapy, according to results of a new study.
Confirmation of <.70 ratio as cutoff for COPD diagnosis topped news in COPD research this year. Test yourself on details of all the other events.
Authors of a recent review of CF-specific care support technology advise that if the technology adds to treatment burden, it won't be effective.
A 44-year-old man arrives at the ED via ambulance complaining of knee pain and inability to bend or fully straighten his left leg. He had been in a wrestling competition.
Sexually transmitted disease spread, emerging organisms, antimicrobial resistance, and other ID topics from 2019 make up this Patient Care final challenge.
In an effort to promote some good-natured holiday healthcare gift-giving, editors at Patient Care® did some window shopping for you.
COPD phenotypes differ by sex and ICS are still overprescribed—2 findings that lead this month’s lung disease research review for primary care.