- Retained Contacts10:48What Would I Do Next? | Geriatric FallsFree Chapter20:28Paper Chase #1 - Treatment of Acute Urticaria: A Double Blind Trial4:03Q & A Corner: Lacs Gone Wild!!!15:32Medico-legal Case: Crush Injury, Part One18:24Paper Chase #2 - Faster Clean Catch Urine Collection3:42Excellence in the Physical Exam Series | The Ear6:34Common Unexplained Symptoms20:00Paper Chase #3 - Nonoperative Treatment for Acute Appendicitis4:30Medico-legal Case: Crush Injury, Part Two16:40Varicella In Pregnancy16:19Paper Chase #4 - High vs standard Dose Vitamin D for Viral URI’s in Children3:52HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis & Pre Exposure Prophylaxis12:46Paper Chase #5 - Use of Plain Radiography in Children with Wrist Injuries3:51The Summary21:44
H.A.T. is safe, fast and effective technique that works well for closing most scalp lacerations. Patients prefer it and it saves revisits for suture/staple removal which, as we saw here, can be especially problematic in small children.
Lacs Gone Wild!!! Full episode audio for MD edition 178:28 min - 84 MB - M4AHippo Urgent Care RAP - October 2017 Written Summary 353 KB - PDF