Originally Posted by sophiejane
Most useful post EVER on SDN. Made sifting though the playground name-calling BS (does every thread about being a new resident HAVE to degnerate into a nurse vs doctor shouting match?
) actually worth it to find this.
Thanks so much.
More of the same, please!!
UCSF's hospitalist handbook has useful appendices like this (S/S for insulin, Heparin scales, Nitropaste dosing, K/Mg repletion), similar to excellent post above. Also section on "Night Calls" walking you through common calls (bradycardia, fever, low urine output, confused patient). Most program's have their handbook, but not all are online--it's good stuff for us interns-to-be!