- Introduction: Ureteral Stones and Tamsulosin8:58Paper Chase 1: Treating Acute Lower Back Pain11:21What Do I Do Next? Pediatric Lower Back Pain, Part 121:13Paper Chase 2: Finger Injuries9:02Tendon Lacerations22:25In-Flight Emergencies, Part 115:18Paper Chase 3: Treating Urogenital Chlamydia Trachomatis Infections10:18New Anticoagulants On The Block (NOAC’s)Free Chapter25:22Paper Chase 4: Neonatal Bilious Vomiting8:34What Do I Do Next? Pediatric Lower Back Pain, Part 216:14In-Flight Emergencies, Part 215:20Paper Chase 5: Streptococcal Pharyngitis8:47The Summary11:44
Neonatal bilious vomiting carries a high risk for time-critical surgical conditions. There is no association between clinical signs or abdominal X-ray findings of neonates with time-critical surgical pathologies and those without.
Prepare For Take Off! Full episode audio for MD edition 184:37 min - 87 MB - M4Ahippo Urgent Care RAP - November 2016 Summary 284 KB - PDF