- Early Appy in Kids20:35What Would I Do Next? 18yo Male with Hand Laceration, Part 114:33Paper Chase 1 - Discharge Tachycardia Doesn’t Predict Outcomes in Kids5:12Cannabis Hyperemesis Syndrome13:52Medical Malpractice Stress SyndromeFree Chapter22:50Paper Chase 2 - Tamsulosin is Reasonable to Prescribe for Ureteral Stones6:16Bee/Hornet Stings (Hymenoptera) Stings15:46DKA/HHS in the UC, Part 117:00Paper Chase 3 - Sterile Gloves Not Necessary For Simple Cutaneous Procedures3:02What Would I Do Next? 18yo Male with Hand Laceration, Part 215:58Knee Immobilizer10:48Chronic Wound Care - Pearls and Pitfalls16:14Paper Chase 4 - Probiotics Do Not Help Older Adults5:17DKA/HHS in the UC, Part 214:49Paper Chase 5 - Free-Standing EDs…A More Expensive Alternative?6:50The Summary19:41
Alpha adrenergic antagonists were found to be more effective for ureteral stone passage when compared to placebo or control, though these conclusions are limited by the studies included.
A Disposition Conundrum?! Full episode audio for MD edition 207:57 min - 98 MB - M4AHippo Urgent Care RAP - June 2017 Summary 283 KB - PDF