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Hospitals Plan to Start Their Own Generic Drug Company (News)
Medical Image of the Week: Pulmonary Artery Dilation
Flu Season and Trehalose (News)
MedPAC Votes to Scrap MIPS (News)
Impact of Sleep Duration and Weekend Oversleep on Body Weight 
   and Blood Pressure in Adolescents
CMS Announces New Payment Model (News)
Medical Image of the Week: Plastic Bronchitis
January 2018 Imaging Case of the Month
Varenicline (Chantix®) Associated with Increased Cardiovascular Events
Medical Image of the Week: Pulmonary Alveolar Proteinosis
January 2018 Pulmonary Case of the Month
January 2018 Critical Care Case of the Month
Medical Image of the Week: Fat Embolism
Medical Image of the Week: Central Venous Access with Dextrocardia
Seven Words You Can Never Say at HHS (Editorial)
Diffuse Idiopathic Pulmonary Neuroendocrine Cell Hyperplasia in a Patient
   with Multiple Pulmonary Nodules: Case Report and Literature Review
Tax Cuts Could Threaten Physicians (News)
Medical Image of the Week: Mucous Plugs Forming Airway Casts
Necrotizing Pneumonia: Diagnosis and Treatment Options
Equitable Peer Review and the National Practitioner Data Bank
November 2017 Phoenix Critical Care Journal Club
Medical Image of the Week: Barium Aspiration
December 2017 Imaging Case of the Month
December 2017 Critical Care Case of the Month
December 2017 Pulmonary Case of the Month


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Articles from Other Journals

Today (1/5/18) we begin a new section "Articles from Other Journals". Previously selected articles that were thought important but had received little attention were summarized under our “News” section. However, the work of publication (review, DOAJ, doi, social media, etc.) has become too arduous to do justice to these publications. Important articles that are published in journals commonly read by pulmonologists, intensivists or sleep physicians will not necessarily be reviewed but articles that are in general medicine journals or lower impact journals that might be of interest to the practicing physician are selected. As always, there will be links to the article via CrossRef and/or PubMed.


Case of the Month CME Now Available to All

At the November 2017 Arizona Thoracic Society Meeting the membership voted to allow CME for all participants who complete the pulmonary, critical care or image. Simply answer the question at the end of each page. On the last page of the presentation is a link to obtain CME credit.