- Obesity Considerations In Urgent Care12:39Paper Chase #1 - Oseltamivir for Influenza-like Illness5:02Less Expensive Medication AlternativesFree Chapter18:01Paper Chase #2 - Adding Hydrocodone for Analgesia in Pediatric Lac Repair4:36What Would I Do Next? | Strep vs. Mono16:16Urinalysis Interpretation: Part I16:27Paper Chase #3 - Minimizing IV Insertion Pain in Kids2:48Urinalysis Interpretation: Part II8:47Legal Lessons - Fight Bites15:43Paper Chase #4 - Urine Testing in Infants with Bronchiolitis6:51Excellence in the Physical Exam: Diverticulitis10:30Pediatric Burns and the Cup-O-Noodles26:17Paper Chase #5 - Does Adding APAP to Ibuprofen Help with Acute Low Back Pain?4:35Fish Hook Removal25:44Mailbag13:12
Andy and Matt run through a case of a patient presenting to UC with a sore throat. Clinical presentation, clinical decision tools, and point of care testing are key to making a diagnosis between strep and mono. The decision to treat with antibiotics is based on making the right diagnosis. Patients with mono require specific follow up, discharge instructions, and return precautions due to the risk for splenic rupture.