The updated guideline includes recent advances in diagnostic imaging and improvements in catheter-based and surgical interventions for patients with valvular heart disease.
Canada's educational training programs are some of the most innovative in the world and use techniques that promote the skills that future clinicians need.
Adding another healthcare provider to the practice schedule creates additional access for the patient.
The ACGME announces that residency programs can increase shift hours for first-year residents from 16 to 24 hours.
Applying necessary lifestyle changes as well as incorporating pharmaceutical drugs will improve diabetes in patients compared to drugs alone.
Researchers report that women and men in the United States will have lower life expectancy gains, compared with those in other countries.
A physician assistant's stay in the hospital provides a new perspective of a patient's experience in the emergency department.
Researchers observed a somewhat lower mortality among patients treated by international graduates.
Counseling patients on the difference between a Pap smear and a pelvic exam will help them realize the importance of following up with a gynecologist for an annual visit.
Clinical officers outnumber physicians working in Kenya, and tend to work in rural areas where the need for health care is greatest.
The guideline aims to help clinicians identify patients with cerumen impaction who may benefit from intervention.
Researchers found that nearly 1 in 7 of those with a chronic disease still lack coverage.
The AAPA is moving forward with its push to eliminate the formal relationship between physicians and PAs.
Repealing the Affordable Care Act could endanger the health of tens of millions of Americans.
Read these tips that could help patients improve their sleep hygiene.
Socioeconomically disadvantaged children have a higher rate of sleep difficulties than children from high-income households.
Spending on diabetes, IHD, and lower back and neck pain account for the highest amounts of spending by disease category.
Treating lacerations properly requires benzoin, Steri-Strips, and a Dermabond to cover.
Converting pounds to kilograms in your head is easier than you think.
An FNP reflects on the lessons he has learned in practice throughout the year.
The FDA has issued a final ruling to ban powdered surgeon's gloves, powdered patient examination gloves, and absorbable powder for lubricating a surgeon's glove.
Healthcare provider burnout was negatively linked to quality and safety of health care.
Patients increase their chances of carbon monoxide exposure during the winter months.
Higher ambulatory volume was linked to lower quality of care and quality increased with higher diabetes-specific volume.
By initiating a conversation, primary care providers can identify specific end-of-life needs and goals, manage symptoms, and coordinate care.
The VA ruled to grant veterans direct access to advanced practice registered nurses who work in the VA healthcare system.
Ensuring successful integration of nurse practitioners into intensive care units includes orientation programs and leadership teams.
Citizen responders assess and comfort patients in the aftermath of a car accident.
From 2014 to 2015, the age-adjusted death rate for the total US population increased 1.2%.
Nurse practitioners make history with the first FAA-approved drone delivery of medications in the United States.