Jan 30, 2018
There are certain things in medicine which simply can't be taught by reading a textbook.
Not everything follows an algorithm.
About one year ago I had an 80 year old patient who kept complaining of nausea and abdominal pain after having a cholecystectomy. The surgeons kept telling her this was normal following this type...
Jan 22, 2018
Today, I'm going to be sharing my day with you in the emergency department. I had a patient coming in with isolated third cranial nerve palsy. I wasn't quite sure how to approach this and so we got a consult.
Something clinicians struggle with is knowing when to call for help. They feel pressured to handle everything...
Jan 12, 2018
Todays lecture, builds on last weeks video, after discussing those at high risk for complications of the flue.
Today, you'll learn:
- about post influenza asthenia
- how to remember possible complications using the mnemonic "crocs"
- signs and symptoms of complications to help diagnose
Todays lecture, builds on last...
Jan 4, 2018
Whether you're working in family practice, the emergency room, or urgent care - knowing this disease is a must! Today, you'll learn:
- Can influenza lead to AFIB?
- Who's at high risk for complications - don't miss this population!
- Do we need labs or imaging for patients with influenza?
- How to identify the septic...
Oct 30, 2017
Today, we're going to build on our last lecture regarding anterior shoulder dislocations. If you missed it, you can watch that here:
Last week we touched on reducing the shoulder without sedation. But, truth is, there will be...