- Antibiotic Prescribing In the Urgent Care14:13Paper Chase #1 | Temporal Artery Temperature Measurements Are Inaccurate7:13Medical Legal Risks Of Low Risk Chest PainFree Chapter23:49What Would I Do Next? | Lactic Acidosis From Glucophage14:59Paper Chase #2 | Forget The Pelvic Exam To Diagnose PID5:55Acute Eye Emergencies | Part 117:15Assessing Clinical Evidence22:11Community Acquired Pneumonia17:28Paper Chase #3 | Prevent Vasovagal Episodes In Pediatric Patients3:32Acute Eye Emergencies | Part 210:28Excellence in the Physical Exam Series | The Hip11:49Paper Chase #4 | A Decision Instrument To Rule Out SAH4:05Dystonic Reactions and Akathisias22:17Paper Chase #5 | Oral Fluconazole For Pregnant Patients With Yeast Infection4:47The Summary10:23
Pneumonia is incredibly common, (2-4 million episodes/year). Patients often present to primary care or urgent care facilities seeking diagnosis and treatment. Diagnosis can be difficult or straightforward, but typically includes the clinical constellation of fever, cough, and sputum production. Here Rick and Miz discuss current IDSA guidelines and practical clinical management.