- 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
What Do I Do Next? 82 Year Old with Weakness
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There is a wide ddx in patients with weakness including toxic overdoses. In addition to checking for medical and medication causes of weakness, consider over the counter medications.