- Listener Comments & Questions11:07What Would I Do Next? | Diarrhea28:14Paper Chase #1 | Fluoroquinolone use and risk of aortic aneurysm and dissection4:40Post Syncope ECG Red Flags22:49Paper Chase #2 | Red Flags for Low Back Pain Are Not Always Really Red5:32Excellence in the Physical Exam Series | The Back12:28Avoid Burnout With Stress GrowthFree Chapter27:15Paper Chase #3 | Acetaminophen or NSAIDS in MSK trauma3:29Abortion Complications12:45Electrical Injuries17:53Paper Chase #4 | Prediction rules in children after blunt trauma4:40Calciphylaxis17:57Opioid Alternatives17:35Paper Chase #5 | Teaching Patients How to Reduce a Shoulder Dislocation5:03The Summary15:39
Sam and Miz discuss the diagnosis of calciphylaxis, which are indolent lesions involving the thighs commonly in dialysis patients. Typically gradual in onset, we need to consider calciphylaxis (CUA) if a necrotic core is present. This disease is rare but has a high mortality rate associated, hence this life threatening condition requires immediate initiation of therapy.