- Introduction: Functional Dyspepsia12:51Stupid Mistakes: Rob and Mel4:34Allergy Myth Busting, Part 124:25Paper Chase 1: Knee Osteoarthritis6:04B12 DeficiencyFree Chapter13:59Stupid Mistakes: Admissions2:04Paper Chase 2: No Fasting Necessary Prior to Checking Lipid Levels6:02Things I Do, But Should I? Celecoxib10:03Stupid Mistakes: Wrong Place, Wrong Title1:56Paper Chase 3: Multi-Target Stool DNA Testing7:04Petechiae in Kids24:06Paper Chase 4: Anticoagulant Treatment for Unprovoked Pulmonary Embolism5:41What Do I Do Next? Numbness20:56Stupid Mistakes: Intern Days2:23Allergy Myth Busting, Part 220:04Paper Chase 5: Yet Another Reason to Limit PPI Prescription7:08The Summary13:59
In patients with knee osteoarthritis, unilateral total knee replacement followed by nonsurgical treatment resulted in greater pain relief and functional improvement after 12 months than did nonsurgical treatment alone.
The Allergy That Isn't and the B-12 That Is Full episode audio for MD edition 183:18 min - 86 MB - M4AHippo Primary Care RAP February 2016 Summary 735 KB - PDF