- Code Status10:29Erectile Dysfunction (ED) - Part 110:04Paper Chase #1 - Hormonal Contraception & Breast Cancer4:42Lithium15:55Orthopedic Injuries in Non-Accidental Trauma (NAT)23:06Paper Chase #2 - PFO Closure vs Medical Therapy after CVA4:20Erectile Dysfunction (ED) - Part 212:50Being Fired By A Patient12:53Paper Chase #3 - ACE Inhibitors and Statins in Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes2:54Thrombosed Hemorrhoids7:07Paper Chase #4 - PFO Closure or AC vs. Antiplatelets after CVA7:19Things I Do But Should I - Gout11:18PrediabetesFree Chapter16:51NSAID Ceiling11:24Paper Chase #5 - Carotid Endarterectomy and Stenting4:45The Summary13:45
Erectile dysfunction is common,so it behooves primary care providers to be comfortable engaging our patients in conversation about the condition. Many factors can cause erectile dysfunction, including medications, DM, and OSA. It’s important to remember that if blood flow to the penis is compromised, blood flow in other organs - such as the heart - may be lacklustre. Be sure to address cardiovascular disease risk in patients with ED. Mainstay of treatment at the primary care level is phosphodiesterase 5 inhibitors. More complicated cases benefit from urology referral.