- Introduction: Triangle of Death14:57History of Placebo: Introduction1:11What Do I Do Now? Epiglottitis22:32Ruth's Story, Part 118:01History of Placebo, Part 1 - Aim To Please3:37GI Bleeding in the Outpatient Setting, Part 1Free Chapter15:19Acute Prostatitis16:49History of Placebo, Part 2 - Aim To Treat3:41Ankle Injuries: Salter I or Sprain19:57Amiodarone Toxicity (Ruth's Story - Part 2)11:32Magnet Ingestion10:45History of Placebo, Part 3 - Aim To Learn5:34GI Bleeding in the Outpatient Setting, Part 219:342nd Degree Burns17:03The Summary10:48
The outpatient assessment of the patient with an GI bleed can be very challenging. Looking for clinical findings and identifying risk factors in their history and physical can help determine their immediate disposition. Mizuho and Stuart discuss how to best risk stratify your patients who present with guaiac + stool.