- Clots and OCPs10:23Paper Chase #1 | Diclofenac and CV Risks5:55Hypertensive Disorders of PregnancyFree Chapter20:55Pediatric Stroke27:34Paper Chase #2 | Screening for cervical cancer: USPSTF recommendation statement3:02Tremor: A Diagnostic Approach17:25NOTALGIA and MERALGIA PARESTHETICA10:43Paper Chase #3 | Aspirin and CVD Prevention4:19Essential Tremor: Treatment7:28Observation Care17:41Paper Chase #4 | Risks/benefits of Direct Oral Anticoagulants versus Warfarin3:24Sickle Cell Emergencies21:48ACE vs ARB10:08Paper Chase #5 | Anticonvulsants in the Treatment of Low Back Pain3:03The Summary13:55
Tremor is the most common movement disorder in primary care, and the vast majority of tremors can be evaluated and managed by primary care providers. Differentiating between causes of tremor is, for the most part, clinical – and it matters because treatments differ. In this segment, Drs. Paul Simmons and Neda Frayha discuss the major categories of tremor, clinical pearls to distinguish one from the other, and management.