- Pericarditis17:14Paper Chase #1 | Testicle Survival Time After a Torsion Event3:59What Would I Do Next? | Perichondritis15:30Excellence in Physical Exam Series | Nose9:50Paper Chase #2 | Ice Cube Cryotherapy for Reducing Pain for Simple Lacerations3:08NSAID CeilingFree Chapter12:24Infectious Upper Airway Obstruction22:41Paper Chase #3 | Plate Fix vs. NonOp for Displaced Clavicular Fractures3:11IVDU : Listener Feedback15:32Cancer & Thrombosis18:54Paper Chase #4 | Corticosteroids for Treatment of Sore Throat2:38Endometriosis17:40Claire Wineland Part III15:32Paper Chase #5 | Oral Opioid vs Non-opioids on Acute Extremity Pain4:40The Summary15:03
Rick, Mike, and Miz discuss another cause of a “red ear” that you may not have thought about! Perichondritis is a unique infection of the auricle typically caused by Pseudomonas. It can have devastating effects and requires anti-pseudomonal antibiotic coverage and expedient evaluation by ENT.