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Sickle Cell Disease Causes Much More Pain Than Thought: Internal Medicine Report
 
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A new prospective study of pain in adults with sickle cell disease finds that daily pain is far more prevalent and severe than previous large studies have indicated. Authors of the study gave diaries to 232 sickle cell disease patients to record daily pain and indicate whether they used hospital emergency or unscheduled ambulatory care for their pain. Previous estimates about sickle cell pain assumed that if patients didn't go to the hospital or seek medical care for pain, they didn't have pain. Previous sickle cell treatments also were based on the number of visits to hospitals to relieve pain.
Infectious Disease Pearls | Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR)
 
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View this excerpt from ACP’s Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR) course on Infectious Disease Pearls as Dr. Paul S. Pottinger, MD, DTMH reviews what internists are expected to know for the ABIM Certification Exam. ACP’s comprehensive IMBR courses provide a high-yield that follows content areas outlined in the ABIM exam blueprint. The courses feature expert clinician-educators who review the diagnosis and management of disorders, test-taking strategies, and clinical pearls in an engaging and interactive format. Attend a live Board Review Course http://www.acponline.org/IMBR/yt2. Get a self-study package of the review course On Demand, Video, or Audio through Playback ACP http://www.playbackacp.com/boardreviewcourse.
CME video series | ACP Clinical Shorts: Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy
 
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ACP's Clinical Shorts, a new CME video series for internal medicine, offers 28 videos that examine challenging clinical dilemmas and offer CME credit. "Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy, What is it and How to treat" is one of the video in this series. To register, visit http://clinical.playbackacp.com/promocs13009
Health Literacy
 
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The American College of Physicians Foundation (ACP Foundation) has adopted the definition of health literacy developed for the National Library of Medicine and used by Healthy People 2010 (the prevention and health promotion objectives set for the Nation by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services): "The degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate decisions." (Parker & Ratzan, 2001)
ABIM Review Questions | Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR)
 
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Dr. Douglas Paauw reviews what internists are expected to know for the ABIM Certification Exam in this excerpt from ACP’s Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR) course on Board Review questions. ACP’s comprehensive IMBR courses provide a high-yield that follows content areas outlined in the ABIM exam blueprint. A team of expert clinician-educators review the diagnosis and management of disorders, test-taking strategies, and clinical pearls in an engaging and interactive format. Attend a live Board Review Course http://www.acponline.org/IMBR/yt2. Get a self-study package of the review course On Demand, Video, or Audio through Playback ACP http://www.playbackacp.com/boardreviewcourse.
Pulmonary Pearls | Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR)
 
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In this excerpt from Pulmonary Pearls, part of ACP’s Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR) course, Dr. Andrew M. Luks, MD reviews what internists are expected to know for the ABIM Certification Exam. ACP’s comprehensive IMBR courses provide a high-yield that follows content areas outlined in the ABIM exam blueprint. A team of expert clinician-educators review the diagnosis and management of disorders, clinical pearls, and test-taking strategies in an engaging and interactive format. Attend a live Board Review Course http://www.acponline.org/IMBR/yt2. Get a self-study package of the review course On Demand, Video, or Audio through Playback ACP http://www.playbackacp.com/boardreviewcourse.
Quitting smoking cold turkey is the best way to stop long term
 
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Quitting smoking abruptly leads to lasting smoking cessation. The author of a study published in Annals of Internal Medicine explains.
Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR): Evaluation of Common Symptoms
 
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In this excerpt from on Evaluation of Common Symptoms, Dr. Douglas Paauw reviews what internists are expected to know for the board exam. ACP's comprehensive IMBR course goes over sample questions, test taking strategies, and more in an engaging and interactive format. Get the complete IMBR course in audio/video at http://tinyurl.com/apynkgu.
CHADS, SHMADS: What's All This About Anticoagulation?
 
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The Consult Guys bring a new perspective to the art and science of medicine with lively discussion and analysis of real-world cases and situations.
Nonfunctional” Adrenal Tumors and the Risk for Diabetes and Cardiovascular Outcomes
 
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Anand Vaidya, MD, MMSc, of Brigham and Women's Hospital, offers additional insight into his article, ""Nonfunctional" Adrenal Tumors and the Risk for Incident Diabetes and Cardiovascular Outcomes." Read the original article here: http://bit.ly/2aQdAC1
Critical Care Medicine | Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR)
 
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Watch this excerpt from ACP’s Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR) course on Critical Care Medicine as Dr. Renee D. Stapleton, MD, MSc reviews what internists are expected to know for the ABIM Certification Exam. These comprehensive IMBR courses from ACP provide a high-yield that follows content areas outlined in the ABIM exam blueprint. A team of expert clinician-educators review the diagnosis and management of disorders, test-taking strategies, and clinical pearls in an interactive and engaging format. Attend a live Board Review Course http://www.acponline.org/IMBR/yt2. Get a self-study package of the review course On Demand, Video, or Audio through Playback ACP http://www.playbackacp.com/boardreviewcourse.
Sleep Deprivation Can Lead to Impaired Insulin Response in Fat Cells
 
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After just four days of sleep restriction, young, lean volunteers' total-body insulin response decreased by an average of 16 percent, and insulin sensitivity of fat cells decreased by 30 percent. This reduction is akin to taking the fat cell functioning of a healthy person down to that of an obese or diabetic patient.
Older Adults and Antipsychotic Drugs
 
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Millions of Americans suffer from dementia and many are given antipsychotic drugs for behaviors such as agitation or verbal and physical aggression. But according to a study published in Annals of Internal Medicine adults with antipsychotic prescriptions had a higher risk for death than adults without these prescriptions. The use of older (also called conventional) antipsychotic medications was associated with higher risk for death than the use of newer (also called atypical) drugs. Excess risk was evident at 30 days and seemed to continue to 180 days. The six-year study looked at health and death records of more than 27,000 adults older than 66 with dementia. The researchers could not be certain that they had accounted for all other possible causes for their findings other than prescriptions. The exact cause of the deaths was not known. Examples of conventional drugs are chlorpromazine and haloperidol. Examples of atypical medications are olanzapine, risperidone, and quetiapine.
Anticoagulant vs. Antiplatelet, What’s the Score? - The Consult Guys
 
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Anticoagulation vs. Antiplatelet, What's the Score? The Consult Guys, Dr. Howard Weitz and Dr. Geno Merli, solve a tough question from the mailbag using their trademark humor and wisdom. Learn More: http://bit.ly/1LvD2et
Diabetes | Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR)
 
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Dr. Irl B. Hirsh, MD, FACP reviews what internists are expected to know for the ABIM Certification Exam in this excerpt from ACP’s Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR) course on Diabetes. ACP’s IMBR courses are comprehensive and provide a high-yield that follows content areas outlined in the ABIM exam blueprint. A team of expert clinician-educators review the diagnosis and management of disorders, test-taking strategies, and clinical pearls in an engaging and interactive format. Attend a live Board Review Course http://www.acponline.org/IMBR/yt2. Get a self-study package of the review course On Demand, Video, or Audio through Playback ACP http://www.playbackacp.com/boardreviewcourse.
ABIM MOC Exam Review: Infectious Disease
 
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In this excerpt from ACP's ABIM MOC exam prep lecture on infectious disease, Dr. Daralyn Moyer prepares internal medicine physicians for the ABIM recertification exam. The ABIM recertification review course includes test taking strategies, useful facts to help you answer questions, and clinical information that you can use in your clinical practice for taking care of patients. MOC review courses are also available in audio/video recordings through Playback ACP at https://www.playbackacp.com/abimmoc.
VTE: Is There Cancer?
 
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The Consult Guys bring a new perspective to the art and science of medicine with lively discussion and analysis of real-world cases and situations. This episode: "VTE: Is There Cancer?
ABIM Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Exam Review: Nephrology
 
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In this excerpt from ACP's ABIM MOC exam prep lecture on Nephrology, Dr. Stanley Goldfarb prepares internal medicine physicians for the ABIM recertification exam. The ABIM recertification review course includes test taking strategies, fun facts to help you answer questions, and clinical information that you can use in your real world practice for taking care of patients. MOC review courses are also available in audio/video recordings through Playback ACP at https://www.playbackacp.com/abimmoc.
Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR): Infectious Diseases
 
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In this excerpt from ACP's Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR) course on Infectious Diseases, Dr. David Spach reviews what internists are expected to know for the board exam. ACP's comprehensive IMBR course goes over sample questions, test taking strategies, and more in an engaging and interactive format.
Dressed to Kill? The Consult Guys tackle neckties in the office
 
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Patients have more confidence in physicians who wear neckties. But should they? Watch the Consult Guys discuss neckties and bacteria and then take the CME quiz http://bit.ly/1t5iSNV.
American College of Physicians: Inspirational Stories from Practicing Internists: Nirav Shah, MD
 
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When it comes to New York City, there are two kinds of people—those who can live there and those who cannot. To be a true New Yorker, you have to thrive on the hustle and bustle, the never-ending cycle of action. There is never a dull day in NYC, and the people who make it their home would not have it any other way. That is how Dr. Nirav Shah feels about being a New Yorker. It is also how he feels about being an internist. "I enjoy being in the middle of the action, dealing with the most important issues facing medicine today," said Shah. "Right now, internal medicine is the best place—the most exciting place—to be in medicine, because we are on the threshold of significant change and we are already seeing it happen."
American College of Physicians: Leading Internal Medicine, Improving lives
 
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ACP unveiled our new logo and tagline - 'Leading Internal Medicine, Improving Lives' - today at Internal Medicine 2014. ACP's new logo presents us in a contemporary, vibrant style, while maintaining a link to our rich history by incorporating the traditional element of the lamp of knowledge. Our new tagline speaks to the accomplishments of our members as well as to ACP's role in the field of internal medicine. Learn more: http://bit.ly/1lFUdtw
Thromboembolic Disease | Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR)
 
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Prepare for the ABIM Certification Exam and watch this excerpt from the American College of Physicians’ Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR) course on Thromboembolic Disease. Dr. Renee D. Stapleton, MD, MSc reviews what internists are expected to know. ACP’s comprehensive IMBR courses provide a high-yield that follows content areas outlined in the ABIM exam blueprint. A team of expert clinician-educators review the diagnosis and management of disorders, test-taking strategies, and clinical pearls in an engaging and interactive format. Attend a live Board Review Course http://www.acponline.org/IMBR/yt2. Get a self-study package of the review course On Demand, Video, or Audio through Playback ACP http://www.playbackacp.com/boardreviewcourse.
American College of Physicians: Inspirational Stories: Christopher Mays, MD
 
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As a teenager, Dr. Christopher Mays had long blond hair that hung to the middle of his back, little academic ambition, and notions of becoming a rock star or professional athlete. But by the time he graduated from high school, that boy was long gone, replaced by a reflective, deeply faithful, and purposeful young man who dreamed of doing something useful with his life. That something turned out to be internal medicine. The catalyst for the transformation was a failing kidney which landed him in the hospital for four major operations between the ages of 12 and 18. The experience was trying yet defining, as it served as his introduction to the field of medicine. "I was in the hospital a lot," he says, "and so I ended up developing a relationship with my surgeon. I liked him and knowing him had a positive effect on me. Around the same time I also began to grow in other ways. Religious faith became important to me, and I saw in medicine the opportunity to serve people and utilize my faith as well."
Daily sunscreen use slows skin aging -- even in middle-age
 
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For the first time, science proves that daily sunscreen use significantly slows skin aging, even in middle-aged men and women. Sunscreen and antioxidants have long been advocated to prevent skin aging, but to date there has been no scientific evidence of their effectiveness.
ABIM Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Exam Review: Hematology & Oncology
 
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In this excerpt from ACP's ABIM MOC exam prep lecture on Hematology & Oncology, Dr. Ronald Rubin prepares internal medicine physicians for the ABIM recertification exam. The ABIM recertification review course includes test taking strategies, fun facts to help you answer questions, and clinical information that you can use in your real world practice for taking care of patients. MOC review courses are also available in audio/video recordings through Playback ACP at https://www.playbackacp.com/abimmoc.
MKSAP 17: Medical Knowledge Self-Assessment Program‎
 
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Look inside the brand new MKSAP 17 Complete and see what you can do with new Practice Test and Pretest assessment options! Includes access to Print, Digital, Board Basics, Flashcards and Virtual Dx. Nearly 3,000 MCQs when combined! http://bit.ly/1VURCgi
Afib: How Controlled is Well-Controlled"
 
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Watch The Consult Guys answer a a viewer question about atrial fibrillation: How controlled is well-controlled?
Is an MRI safe?
 
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Watch The Consult Guys discuss the case and then take the CME quiz http://bit.ly/1oEhryD.
A Pain in the Back
 
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The Consult Guys discuss back pain and when diagnostic imaging is appropriate. The Consult Guys follow best practice advice for high value care from the American College of Physicians. Learn more: http://bit.ly/1nRW3e1
Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR): Geriatrics
 
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In this excerpt from ACP's Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR) course on Geriatrics, Dr. Jeffrey I. Wallace reviews what internists are expected to know for the board exam. ACP's comprehensive IMBR course goes over sample questions, test taking strategies, and more in an engaging and interactive format. Get the complete IMBR course in audio/video at Playback ACP at http://tinyurl.com/apynkgu.
Spinal or general anesthesia
 
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The Consult Guys are asked about spinal or general anesthesia. Which is better? Watch the Consult Guys discuss the question and take the CME quiz. http://bit.ly/1tfMFS8
The Consult Guys - Controlling Hypertension: The Pressure Is Killing Me!
 
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The Consult Guys, Geno J. Merli, MD and Howard H. Weitz, MD, tackle a tough one from the mailbag, "Controlling ‪#‎Hypertension‬: The Pressure is Killing Me!"
Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR): Gastroenterology
 
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In this excerpt from ACP's Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR) course on Gastroenterology, Dr. Venkatachala Mohan reviews what internists are expected to know for the board exam. ACP's comprehensive IMBR course goes over sample questions, test taking strategies, and more in an engaging and interactive format. Get the complete IMBR course in audio/video at Playback ACP at http://tinyurl.com/apynkgu.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia
 
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Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) should be the first-line treatment for adults with chronic insomnia, ACP recommends in a new evidence-based clinical practice guideline published in Annals of Internal Medicine. CBT-I combines cognitive therapy around sleep with a variety of behavioral therapies: http://bit.ly/1N0a1cr
Annals Story Slam - Speaking Out - Dr. Lisa A. Mandl
 
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Building on the popular Annals feature “On Being a Doctor,” Annals hosted an “On Being a Doctor” Story Slam on November 18, 2015. http://annals.org/SS/storyslam.aspx#mis_block
Jenny Craig & Weight Watchers: Reviews of Commercial Weight Loss Programs
 
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Among commercial weight loss and diet programs, only Weight Watchers and Jenny Craig show evidence for long-term weight loss success. The author of this study discusses her recent review of these two commercial diet programs. Learn more: http://bit.ly/1CBfvPA
HGH Improves Athletic Performance
 
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In the first study of its kind, researchers determine that human growth hormone improves sprint capacity in recreational athletes.
Nephrology | Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR)
 
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In this excerpt from the American College of Physicians’ Internal Medicine Board Review (IMBR) course on Nephrology, Dr. Leah A. Haseley, MD reviews what internists are expected to know for the ABIM Certification Exam. ACP’s comprehensive IMBR courses provide a high-yield that follows content areas outlined in the ABIM exam blueprint. Using an engaging and interactive format, a team of expert clinician-educators review the diagnosis and management of disorders, test-taking strategies, and clinical pearls. Attend a live Board Review Course http://www.acponline.org/IMBR/yt2. Get a self-study package of the review course On Demand, Video, or Audio through Playback ACP http://www.playbackacp.com/boardreviewcourse.
Upper Endoscopy for GERD: Best Practice Advice from ACP
 
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An evidence-based paper from the American College of Physicians published in Annals of Internal Medicine finds that most people with heartburn do not require upper endoscopy to diagnose and manage gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) unless other serious symptoms are present. Learn more: http://www.acponline.org/pressroom/upper_endoscopy_overused.htm
A 23-Year-Old With a Myocardial Infarction: Will You Get the Right Diagnosis?
 
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Drs. Geno Merli and Howard Weitz diagnose the mysterious cause of severe chest pains in a 23-year-old patient.
Asymptomatic Carotid Bruit: Not Such a Pain in the Neck After All?
 
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The Consult Guys tackle another stumper. Watch the video, read the article, and take the CME quiz. http://bit.ly/1PiN0wg
The Consult Guys solve another stumper: Improving longevity after MI
 
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The Consult Guys, Geno J. Merli, MD and Howard H. Weitz, MD, answer another stumper from the mailbag, "For the Long Haul: Improving Longevity After MI" http://bit.ly/1AjKIvJ. Watch the video and complete the CME activity.
ABIM MOC Exam Review: Pulmonary Medicine & Critical Care
 
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In this excerpt from ACP's ABIM MOC exam prep lecture on Pulmonary Medicine and Critical Care, Dr. Charles Read prepares internal medicine physicians for the ABIM recertification exam. The ABIM recertification review course includes test taking strategies, fun facts to help you answer questions, and clinical information that you can use in your real world practice for taking care of patients. MOC review courses are also available in audio/video recordings through Playback ACP at https://www.playbackacp.com/abimmoc.
Acute Coronary Syndrome: ACP's Internal Medicine 2013 Highlights
 
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Internal Medicine, the annual scientific meeting of the American College of Physicians, includes over 200 sessions on clinical and practice management topics. Internal medicine update: Coronary Therapy update, STEMI guidelines, CABG vs Taxus PCI. Learn more: http://im2014.acponline.org/?yt3
ACP recommends moderate blood sugar control targets for most patients with type 2 diabetes
 
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Patients with type 2 #diabetes should be treated to achieve an A1C between 7% and 8% rather than 6.5% to 7%, ACP recommends http://bit.ly/2FhD74t in an evidence-based guidance statement published in Annals of Internal Medicine. #type2diabetes
Serving Up Advice: A Waiter With Hematuria
 
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The Consult Guys bring a new perspective to the art and science of medicine with lively discussion and analysis of real-world cases and situations.
Annals Story Slam - Red Mittens - Dr. Michael A. LaCombe
 
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Building on the popular Annals feature “On Being a Doctor,” Annals hosted an “On Being a Doctor” Story Slam on November 18, 2015. http://annals.org/SS/storyslam.aspx#mis_block