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Bonus ShortPost Stroke Fatigue Artwork

Post Stroke Fatigue

Vanessa Cardy talks Post Stroke Fatigue. View chapters…

4min / one chapter · Free Episode
Mythbusting Eggs, Flu, and the CBC ArtworkDecember 2015

Mythbusting Eggs, Flu, and the CBC

Welcome to the December Edition of Primary Care RAP. This month we have Flu Shots, the CBC, Shared Decision Making, Rheumatology, Pediatric Nephrology, Blood Pressure, Paperchase and some fun with the Future, so let's get started! View chapters…

3hr 25min / 18 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
Bonus ShortSPRINT Trial Artwork

SPRINT Trial

Among patients at high risk for cardiovascular events but without diabetes, targeting a systolic blood pressure of less than 120 mmHg, as compared with less than 140 mm Hg, resulted in lower rates of fatal and nonfatal major cardiovascular events and death from any cause. The downside, there was a commensurate and sometimes greater risk of adverse events. View chapters…

10min / one chapter · Free Episode
Bonus ShortSleep and the Common Cold Artwork

Sleep and the Common Cold

Does getting more sleep really decrease the chance of getting a cold? Yes! View chapters…

2min / one chapter · Free Episode
There's a High Pressure System in the Lungs Today ArtworkNovember 2015

There's a High Pressure System in the Lungs Today

Welcome to the November 2015 Edition of Primary Care RAP! This month we have Pulmonary Hypertension, Obesity Medications, Hyperbilirubinemia, Cardiac Sarcoidosis, Hemochromatosis, Insomnia, Chikungunya, and some fun with Medicine in the Movies, so let's get started! View chapters…

3hr 2min / 18 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
Bonus ShortPneumococcal Vaccine Update Artwork

Pneumococcal Vaccine Update

Your patient gets a pneumococcal vaccination, when can they get the next one? 1 year, 6 months? Which vaccine did they get first? It can get confusing. The CDC has just released new guidelines in attempt to simplify the process. For low risk elderly patients (aged ≥65), no matter which vaccine was given first (PCV13 or PPSV23), the next shot is 1 year later. No more, “This one is 6 months, that one is 12 months, wait a sec, which one did they get?” It’s 1 year, no matter which one was given first. View chapters…

2min / one chapter · Free Episode
When You Say Dizzy, Do You Mean.... ArtworkOctober 2015

When You Say Dizzy, Do You Mean....

Welcome to the October 2015 Edition of Primary Care RAP! This month we have Vestibular Neuritis, PCOS, Scabies, Defensive Medicine, Bedwetting and a little something on Bad Ideas, so lets get started! View chapters…

3hr 16min / 15 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
Bonus ShortHalloween Safety Artwork

Halloween Safety

Mizuho Spangler and Liza Kearl talk about the tricks to make your Halloween a safe and happy one! View chapters…

6min / one chapter · Free Episode
Bonus ShortSTD Guideline Updates Artwork

STD Guideline Updates

The 2015 CDC sexually transmitted disease updates have arrived and our in house toxico-pharmacologist Bryan Hayes is here to break down what’s new... View chapters…

4min / one chapter · Free Episode
Consider the Prostate ArtworkSeptember 2015

Consider the Prostate

Welcome to the September Edition of Primary Care RAP. This month we have High INR, Prostate Cancer Screening, Prediabetes, Tetanus Shots, Choosing Wisely, Colic and something special for Classical Music Month, so let's get to it! View chapters…

3hr 40min / 20 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
Bonus ShortEmergency Contraception Artwork

Emergency Contraception

Nothing is perfect, not even contraception. And sometimes, there’s no contraception to speak of. Preventing pregnancy, however, doesn’t need to be complicated. Copper IUDs and oral agents like ulipristal are effective and relatively easy methods of preventing unintended pregnancy. To help make sense of it all, Jan Schoenberger and Stuart Swadron review the 2015 NEJM article Emergency Contraception. View chapters…

7min / one chapter · Free Episode
Bonus ShortExtended Spectrum Beta Lactamase (ESBL) Artwork

Extended Spectrum Beta Lactamase (ESBL)

When did UTI’s become so complex? The increasing frequency of extended spectrum beta lactamase (ESBL) bacteria has made treatment of cystitis confusing and challenging. Infectious disease specialist Greg Moran breaks down ESBL treatment options. View chapters…

4min / one chapter · Free Episode
Thinking About This Aneurysm is Keeping Me Awake! ArtworkAugust 2015

Thinking About This Aneurysm is Keeping Me Awake!

Welcome to the August Edition of Primary Care RAP. This month we have Aneurysms, Insomnia, Fusobacterium, Upset Patients, Transgender Children, Insulin, the latest Paperchase Reviews and something on National Water Quality Month, so let's get started! View chapters…

3hr 20min / 18 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
Bonus ShortMarking Cellulitis: Ya or Nay? Artwork

Marking Cellulitis: Ya or Nay?

Should you mark cellulitis or is it a big waste of time and ink? View chapters…

3min / one chapter · Free Episode
Bonus ShortPizza, Pizza! Artwork

Pizza, Pizza!

Pizza, although delicious, is very high in saturated fats, sodium and calories. With its good flavor, kids and teens alike consume pizza as the 2nd most common food at school and 3rd in fast food chains. Does Pizza have any nutritional value to offset these bad costs? Take a listen to find out! View chapters…

2min / one chapter · Free Episode
Some Alcohol, Some Empathy, and a Little Restless Genital ArtworkJuly 2015

Some Alcohol, Some Empathy, and a Little Restless Genital

Welcome to the July 2015 Edition of Primary Care RAP. In this episode we have Myasthenia Gravis, Diabetes, Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding, Empathy Checklist, Alcohol Use, Multi-morbidity and a little something on Radiation, so let's get started. View chapters…

3hr 28min / 19 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
Bonus ShortPertussis Artwork

Pertussis

Overview of pertussis and importance of immunization and re-vaccination of adolescents for pertussis. View chapters…

8min / one chapter · Free Episode
Bonus ShortNon-Allergic Rhinitis Artwork

Non-Allergic Rhinitis

Sometimes a runny nose is just a runny nose. While we often can't cure non-allergic rhinitis, there are some measure we can recommend to limit the symptoms. View chapters…

8min / one chapter · Free Episode
Hep C Crosses the Borderline! ArtworkJune 2015

Hep C Crosses the Borderline!

Welcome to the June 2015 Edition of Primary Care RAP! This month we have Acne, Hep C, BPD, Diabetes Basics, Paperchase, Discipline and we shine a little knowledge on the Sun, so let get started! View chapters…

3hr 41min / 17 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
Bonus ShortMET for Renal Colic Artwork

MET for Renal Colic

What makes a renal stone fly out of your urine stream? Not Tamsulosin and Nifedipine it appears! View chapters…

4min / one chapter · Free Episode
Bonus ShortDRESS Syndrome Artwork

DRESS Syndrome

A disorder with fever and rash, no big deal. Internal organ inflammation, big deal. 10% mortality?!? Now you’ve got my attention. When is a rash not just a rash? When it’s DRESS syndrome (Drug Reaction with Eosinophilia and Systemic Symptoms) -a potentially fatal drug reaction to meds we prescribe every day. Minocycline, lamotrigine, allopurinol and phenytoin are but a few of the offenders that can lead to this potentially fatal disorder. View chapters…

7min / one chapter · Free Episode
Agony, Misery, and Torment. It’s a Pain Extravaganza! ArtworkMay 2015

Agony, Misery, and Torment. It’s a Pain Extravaganza!

Welcome to the May 2015 Edition of Primary Care RAP! This month we have Trigeminal Neuralgia, Ophthalmology Pearls, Paperchase, Chronic Pain, Puberty, Ingrown Toenails, Portal Vein Thrombosis and a little something for National Mental Health Month, so let's get started! View chapters…

3hr 18min / 16 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
Bonus ShortMorgellons Syndrome Artwork

Morgellons Syndrome

Review the evidence for a pathological basis of Morgellons Syndrome. View chapters…

12min / one chapter · Free Episode
The Iron Cranberry ArtworkApril 2015

The Iron Cranberry

Welcome to the April 2015 Edition of Primary Care RAP! This month we have Chronic UTI's, PFT's, Diabetes, Iron Deficiency, Bouncebacks, Elbows and a little something for National Poetry Month, so let get started. View chapters…

3hr 6min / 13 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
Strep Throat burns out the Gout! ArtworkMarch 2015

Strep Throat burns out the Gout!

Welcome to the March Edition of Primary Care RAP! This month we have Gout, A-Fib, Palliative Care Constipation, Burnout, Strep, Trouble in the Wild, Addiction and a little something special to honor National Peanut Month, so let's get started! View chapters…

3hr 10min / 11 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours / 0.25 Free
Bonus ShortTraveler's Diarrhea Artwork

Traveler's Diarrhea

Going on a trip overseas, got patients doing the same? How do you prevent and treat Montezuma's revenge? View chapters…

9min / one chapter · Free Episode
Red, Hot and Achy! ArtworkFebruary 2015

Red, Hot and Achy!

Welcome to the February Edition of Primary Care RAP. This month we more on Statins, Soft Tissue Infections, Atrial Fibrillation, Vitamin D, Good/Bad Patients and IUD's, so let's get started! View chapters…

2hr 50min / 9 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours
Bonus ShortFlu and Post Flu Pneumonia Artwork

Flu and Post Flu Pneumonia

Flu season is upon us with a vengeance, and when influenza is at play, pneumonia may be soon to follow. What’s the best antibiotic for influenza or post-influenza pneumonia? Are antivirals indicated? View chapters…

6min / one chapter · Free Episode
These Statins Are Giving Me a Headache! ArtworkJanuary 2015

These Statins Are Giving Me a Headache!

Welcome to the New Year and the January Edition of Primary Care RAP. In this episode we have Statins, Headaches, Measles, Advanced Care Directives, Mammography and Zio-Patch, so let's get started! View chapters…

3hr 5min / 9 chapters · 3.5 CME Hours