- Introduction: Dupytren's Disease11:36History of Placebo: Introduction1:11Things I Do But Should I? Pregabalin in Radicular Back PainFree Chapter9:01Paper Chase 1: GI Bleed and Anticoagulation Therapy for Those With A-Fib7:14Smoking Cessation Update23:28History of Placebo, Part 1 - Aim To Please3:37A Visit With the Sexologist20:24Paper Chase 2: Prescribe Sex Over Medications for Renal Stone Expulsion6:29Using Evidence Based Algorithms17:45History of Placebo, Part 2 - Aim To Treat3:41Paper Chase 3: Getting Sued -- It May Be Less Likely Than You Think!5:33Anemia Deep Dive Part 1: The CBC and Microcytic Anemias18:26Common Peds Skin Conditions25:02Paper Chase 4: Oral Fluconazole in Pregnancy? Still a Conundrum.4:18History of Placebo, Part 3 - Aim To Learn5:34What Do I Do Next? A Secretary Saves the Day24:41Paper Chase 5: Reducing the Number of Hours in Bed Decreases Daytime Fatigue5:47The Summary13:44
In the 19th century placebos were defined as “any medicine adapted more to please than to benefit the patient.” And sham medicine makers weren’t the only ones prescribing snake oil at the time—doctors often administered placebos as well.
The Sexology of Radicular Back Pain Full episode audio for MD edition 206:31 min - 97 MB - M4AHippo Primary Care RAP May 2016 Summary 794 KB - PDF