- Introduction: UTI vs Prostatitis14:20Risk Management 101 with Greg HenryFree Chapter25:04Paper Chase 1: Isolated Hyperglycemia is Not Acutely Dangerous5:02Pediatric Red Eye, Part 124:04What Do I Do Next? 82 Year Old with Weakness20:29Paper Chase 2: SBP, HR, Age and Sick Patients5:38Treating Lower Back Pain, What the Evidence Suggests22:50Paper Chase 3: Exercise Helps for Knee Osteoarthritis5:47Pediatric Red Eye, Part 222:04Paper Chase 4: Acetaminophen, Ibuprofen and Asthma4:49Toxicology Rounds: Marijuana17:01Paper Chase 5: Macrolide Antibiotics, Ventricular Arrhythmia and Older Adults5:42The Summary20:38
Evaluating a pediatric patient with a traumatic red eye is critical. Do not miss diagnoses such as an open globe, acute glaucoma, traumatic iritis and other findings are important.
Holiday Strains in the Urgent Care Full episode audio for MD edition 193:29 min - 91 MB - M4Ahippo Urgent Care RAP - December 2016 Summary 275 KB - PDF