- Introduction16:51Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia12:06Paper Chase #1 | Antibiotics For Dental-Related Visits4:23Pediatric Headache20:37Thyroid Emergencies Part 1 | Thyroid Storm16:14Paper Chase #2 | Ibuprofen Alone Is Best For Lower Back Pain5:38Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders22:17What Would I Do Next? | Petechial Rash20:00Paper Chase #3 | Improving Digital Nerve Blocks3:58Shared Decision Making (SDM)17:57Excellence In The Physical Exam | Congestive Heart FailureFree Chapter16:23Paper Chase #4 | Scalp Hematomas In Pediatric TBI5:38Thyroid Emergencies Part 2 | Myxedema Coma12:27Paper Chase #5 | Pediatric Lower Back Pain5:43Urgent Care July Summary - Serum Sickness versus HSP versus Kawasaki’s10:16
Patients with BPH may be asymptomatic or require medical or surgical management. Medications used for BPH may include Alpha-1-adrenergic antagonists, 5-alpha-reductase inhibitors, anticholinergic agents, or phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors.
The Half Somersault Full episode audio for MD edition 190:30 min - 89 MB - M4AUrgent Care RAP July 2019 Written Summary 585 KB - PDF