- Quincke's Disease16:38Dex for Asthma: Make the Switch!16:52Paper Chase 1 | Routine Imaging in the Evaluation of Syncope is not Recommended5:06HEART Score - Pearls and Pitfalls25:19What Would I Do Next? | CVT22:48Paper Chase 2 | Tylenol Works for Osteoarthritis After All!4:16Aortic Dissection: A Case Series - Part 1Free Chapter16:33Depression Screening13:22Paper Chase 3 | No More KUBs for Pediatric Constipation3:41Physical Exam Basics - Cardiovascular Exam14:14Paper Chase 4 | More Evidence: Antibiotics Are Back in for Abscesses3:30Aortic Dissection: A Case Series - Part 29:42Distraction Techniques for Painful Procedures16:07Paper Chase 5 | Smiling Patients More Likely to Have PE!5:05The Summary19:20
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In patients tested for PE, physicians’ recall of patients’ smile was more common in patients with PE diagnosis and the accuracy of the Wells score was lower in patients who smiled.
Dissecting Into The Heart Of The Matter Full episode audio for MD edition 191:45 min - 90 MB - M4AHippo Urgent Care RAP - September 2017 Written Summary 293 KB - PDF