- Introduction: Varicose Veins11:02Happy Accidents: Introduction1:19Hypogonadism Part 1: DiagnosisFree Chapter17:24Paper Chase 1: It’s Much Easier to Start Than to Stop Medications6:06Pharmacology Rounds: Death from NSAIDS7:19MRSA Decolonization18:35Paper Chase 2: Coffee’s Cardiovascular Benefits4:00Happy Accidents: Penicillin, Part 12:59Hypogonadism Pt 2: Initiating Treatment, Risks of Therapy, Monitoring Patients19:14Pharmacy Rounds: Tramadol8:37Paper Chase 3: Allopurinol Doesn’t Prolong Resolution of Acute Gout6:30Hypogonadism Part 3: Treatment Specifics11:16Happy Accidents: Penicillin, Part 24:04Paper Chase 4: Annual Testing of Chronic Kidney Disease4:57Bell’s Palsy: That Was Then, This Is Now20:11Pharmacy Rounds: Antidepressants + NSAIDs = Bad?6:40Paper Chase 5: Speedier Expulsion of Kidney Stones with Sex5:35The Summary14:13
Hypogonadism Pt 2: Initiating Treatment, Risks of Therapy, Monitoring Patients
Joe Weatherly, DO and Margaret Wierman, MD
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Obese patients with low testosterone may get significant benefit from weight loss.
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