An article in the April ACP Hospitalist reviews mixed results of research on electronic systems for glucose management and the potential challenges to implementing them. ... An article in the April ACP Hospitalist focuses on electronic systems for
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Prognostic value of acute-to-chronic glycemic ratio better than glycemia at admission for AMI patients
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Learn about the issues that can arise, including potentially difficult negotiations with patients, in the April ACP Hospitalist.