Acute Gastroenteritis, Part 1From June 2020, Cause of Death?
Most cases of AGE in children are self-limited illness that can be managed with supportive care. Antiemetics facilitate oral rehydration. Treat more severe cases with IV fluid rehydration. Do not empirically treat suspected bacterial diarrhea with antibiotics given risk of HUS with certain strains …17min 21Solomon Behar, MD and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
Flashes and Floaters with Dr. GlaucomfleckenFrom June 2020, Cause of Death?
Ever wondered what to do when a patient has flashers or floaters? None other than Dr. Glaucomflecken is here to teach Mike and Neda about how to tell these presentations apart, how to manage them, and when to call your friendly local ophthalmologist.19min 59Neda Frayha, MD, Mike Weinstock, MD, and Will Flanary, MD
Acute Gastroenteritis, Part 2From June 2020, Cause of Death?
Most cases of AGE in children are self-limited illness that can be managed with supportive care. Antiemetics facilitate oral rehydration. Treat more severe cases with IV fluid rehydration. Do not empirically treat suspected bacterial diarrhea with antibiotics given risk of HUS with certain strains …18min 1Solomon Behar, MD and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
Telling Pain Syndromes ApartFrom May 2020, Pain in the You-Know-Where
When a listener wrote that many different chronic pain syndromes felt a little confusing to her, we were relieved that it wasn’t just us! Join us as our regular contributor Dr. Molly Heublein breaks down different pain syndromes that we see all the time in primary care. •14min 40Molly Heublein, MD
Knee X-RaysFrom May 2020, Pain in the You-Know-Where
Hippo Education’s EM/Ortho expert, Dr. Arun Sayal, joins Matt DeClerck and Neda Frayha for a high-yield conversation about knee pain, the knee exam, and knee X-rays.15min 42Arun Sayal, MD, Matthieu DeClerck, MD, and Neda Frayha, MD
Diabetic NeuropathyFrom April 2020, More Listener Love
When a patient with poorly controlled diabetes presents with numbness and tingling in their feet, how well do we really know what to do next? To help us understand diabetic neuropathy a bit better, Dr. Harpreet Tsui joins Neda to discuss screening, diagnosis, and treatment pearls. •20min 17Neda Frayha, MD and Harpreet Tsui, DO
Transgender CareFrom April 2020, More Listener Love
It’s estimated that at least 1.4 million Americans identify as transgender. In this segment, Neda and endocrinologist Dr. Elizabeth Lamos discuss how we, as primary care clinicians, can best serve our transgender patients at any point before, during, or after their gender transition. •23min 19Neda Frayha, MD and Elizabeth Lamos, MD
COVID: What If I Get Called In?From March 2020, COVID: What If I Get Called In?
Many healthcare workers are worried if we get called in to help with COVID patients because this may be outside our scope of practice. Aaron Bright, MD sits down with Salim Rezaie, MD to simplify critical frontline lessons to keep you and your patients safe if you get called in. Topics include …30min 58Aaron Bright, MD and Salim Rezaie, MD
HyperprolactinemiaFrom March 2020, Mailbag March Madness
Hyperprolactinemia is a common endocrine condition that can be treated in the primary care setting if our patients aren’t able to see an endocrinologist. Aisha and Neda run through the complete diagnosis and management of hyperprolactinemia in this segment. •18min 50Aisha Lofters, MD and Neda Frayha, MD
Introduction to LGB HealthFrom March 2020, Mailbag March Madness
Approximately 8.2% of the population engages in same-sex behaviors. This population is considered in the sexual minority, and has a different set of health needs from the sexual majority. Neda, Tom, and Dr. Helen Hedian dive into the details of these needs so we can better serve our LGB patients …15min 17Helene Hedian, MD, Neda Frayha, MD, and Tom Robertson, MD
Management of Sexual AssaultFrom January 2020, Weird and Wacky Wounds
Kari Sampsel MD reviews how to recognize and manage sexual assault from a medical perspective and also social support that patients warrant.16min 21Kari Sampsel, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
AnaphylaxisFrom January 2020, Weird and Wacky Wounds
Even in the primary care setting, we all need to be prepared to deal with emergencies, including anaphylaxis. Dr. Jason Liebzeit, EM physician, arms us with the knowledge and power to recognize and treat anaphylaxis in the primary care setting.22min 9Jason Liebzeit, MD and Neda Frayha, MD
H PyloriFrom December 2019, Anxious Adolescents
When a patient presents with atypical GI symptoms, we often suspect Helicobacter pylori as the culprit. Do we need to send them immediately to a GI doc, or can we handle this one on our own? In this segment, Aisha and Neda discuss testing, treatment, and follow up of H pylori in the primary care …15min 3Aisha Lofters, MD and Neda Frayha, MD
Prostate Tips: Prostatitis vs AbscessFrom December 2019, Anxious Adolescents
When someone comes in with prostate related symptoms and infection, it’s hard to know if we’re working with prostatitis vs prostate abscess. How can we improve our prostate game? Dr. Tarlan Hedayati schools Drs. Matt DeClerck and Neda Frayha on some prostate pro tips. •13min 15Tarlan Hedayati, MD, Matthieu DeClerck, MD, and Neda Frayha, MD
Ayurvedic and Traditional Chinese MedicineFrom December 2019, Anxious Adolescents
Many of our patients rely on parts of Eastern medicine in their own health care. In this segment, our own Dr. Molly Heublein discusses the foundations of both Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine as they pertain to our patients. •21min 22Molly Heublein, MD
Cardiac Surgery Pre-Op Part 2From November 2019, Just Say No To Teratogens
We all know what to do in pre-op visits for non-cardiac surgery. But guidelines on the pre-op management of cardiac surgery patients are hard to find. Neda sat down with Dr. Michael Grant, a cardiac anesthesiologist at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, to learn what we need to worry …9min 40Michael Grant MD and Neda Frayha, MD
Cardiac Surgery Pre-Op Part 1From November 2019, Just Say No To Teratogens
We all know what to do in pre-op visits for non-cardiac surgery. But guidelines on the pre-op management of cardiac surgery patients are hard to find. Neda sat down with Dr. Michael Grant, a cardiac anesthesiologist at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, to learn what we need to worry …25min 37Michael Grant MD and Neda Frayha, MD
TIDBSI: Dysuria in MenFrom November 2019, Just Say No To Teratogens
Dysuria is a much less common complaint in men than in women. In this segment, Vanessa and Adrien discuss the approach, work up, and management of men with dysuria. We’ll get down to the nitty gritty, answering the eternal question: does he need a prostate exam? •14min 19Vanessa Gervais, MD and Adrien Selim, MD
Hemophilias with Dr. Tom DeLoughery, Part 2From October 2019, Oh, Porphyria!
Hematology Rounds are back with our beloved hematologist, Dr. Tom DeLoughery. Here he sits down with our own Matt DeClerck to talk about how to diagnose and treat hemophilias in our day to day practices. • 6.2.614min 48Tom Deloughery, MD and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
Rotator Cuff InjuriesFrom October 2019, Oh, Porphyria!
“Doc, my shoulder hurts.” We hear this all the time. But how often do we have a thoughtful, stepwise approach to diagnosing and managing rotator cuff disease? Dr. Matt Baird, an EM and Sports Medicine specialist, gives our own Matt DeLaney the lowdown on rotator cuff injuries and how we can …22min 20Matt Baird, MD, Matthew DeLaney, MD, FACEP, FAAEM, and Rick Pescatore, DO
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