- Ice Therapy11:03What Would I Do Next? | Low Back Pain in the Elderly19:05Paper Chase #1 | Haloperidol Works For Gastroparesis4:13Pooper Problems: Part IFree Chapter23:22Epistaxis27:19Paper Chase #2 | Patients Aren’t Filling Scripts for Conjunctivitis4:43Michelle Lin : Tissue Adhesive Tips & Tricks10:06Pooper Problems: Part II17:05Paper Chase #3 | Antibiotics Still Don’t Help Acute Bronchitis4:03Suicide Screening10:44Myocarditis15:00Paper Chase #4 | Blood is Faster Than Urine for POC Pregnancy Testing5:03Excellence in the Physical Exam Series | The Abdomen13:02Paper Chase #5 | Ice Water Works for Pediatric SVT3:31The Summary17:32
When applying cyanoacrylate glue in sensitive areas consider first applying a piece of tegaderm with a hole cut in the middle, to minimize the risk of the glue dripping. With an otic foreign body, apply a small amount of cyanoacrylate glue to the end of a cue tip, let it begin to dry, then touch it to the otic foreign body and then slowly extract the foreign body. Using a large ear speculum will decrease the risk of the glue dripping onto the ear canal.