Hospitalists treating patients during the pandemic must take stock of the physical and mental toll on their own health.
“The volume of deaths and the apparent dangers to providers themselves reflect some of the critical aspects of war,” Dr. Asken said.
A prolonged QT interval can predispose a patient to dangerous arrhythmias that can result in sudden cardiac death.
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Opt-out programs offer a counterbalance to many negative tendencies in residency, said Dr. Lisa Meeks.
The results are “in line” with findings reported in other events, such as Hurricane Katrina of 2005, and the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami.
If left unresolved, akathisia can torment patients to sheer exhaustion.
Keep in mind the fact that things will eventually get better and that the current situation isn’t permanent.
Hospitalists can be leaders in further adopting buprenorphine as standard of care for people with OUD.