From the Journals
Serious complications and death are likely if Fournier gangrene is not recognized.
“Increasing the availability of glucagon in the prehospital setting will likely result in reduced cost burden and adverse consequences of severe...
Dr. Francine Pearce discusses the correlation between a spicy snack teens love and visits to the ED.
Commentaries on cases involving a 26-year-old woman with a history of chronic constipation and a 27-year-old man with a 3-day history of severe...
In newly admitted patients with plasma glucose levels at or above 140 mg/dL, check hemoglobin A1c level to screen for diabetes.
What factors are driving the rise in kidney stone disease prevalence?
Point-of-care renal ultrasound is a quick, easy-to-learn, diagnostic tool to assist in evaluating patients presenting with new-onset renal failure...
Intranasal administration of a glucagon powder successfully increased blood glucose within 20 minutes of simulated hypoglycemia in a study of...
A 32-year-old man was referred for emergent evaluation of diabetes-associated complications by his primary care physician.
Most patients developed symptoms within a month of beginning treatment; however, some patients had been on a DPP-4 inhibitor for as long as a year...