Twice a month, Internal Medicine Alert, Stephen A. Brunton, MD, Editor, brings you 6-8 abstracts of developments in internal medicine accompanied by expert commentary. ECG reviews give quick, practical lessons in ECG interpretation. Pharmacology updates provide unbiased expert advice on the latest approved drugs. Clinical Briefs summarize recent, noteworthy studies in digest form.
A one-year subscription includes at least 24 issues per year. "Pertinent information presented concisely. Excellent clinical interpretation. Maximum CME bang for the money." Jerry G. Martin, MD. Internal Medicine Alert is available in print newsletter, online and audio formats.
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Faculty: Stephen A. Brunton, MD, Adjunct Professor, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Editor, Internal Medicine Alert.
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