- Mesenteric Ischemia16:17Paper Chase #1 | Isopropyl Alcohol For Nausea5:10Tick Borne Illness | Part 1Free Chapter22:07PECARN Updates - A Head Injury Decision Tool22:30Paper Chase #2 | Button Battery Ingestion In Peds4:18What Would I Do Next? | Probe To Bone17:13Migraine Management In The Urgent Care18:53Contact Dermatitis23:49Paper Chase #3 | Positive Urine Cultures Are Unusual In Patients With STI4:15Tick Borne Illness | Part 220:06Paper Chase #4 | Probiotics Work For Collicky Infants3:11Excellence in the Physical Exam Series | The Knee12:34SUNBURNS21:33Paper Chase #5 | Unnecessary Transfers To The ED5:10The Summary10:10
Tick borne illnesses are common in the United States and tend to have a geographic distribution specific to the distribution of the tick vector. Bites commonly in the spring to early fall months when ticks are active and seeking out blood meals. The most common tick-borne illness in the US is lyme disease but other diseases include Rocky mountain spotted fever, Babesiosis, Tularemia, Ehrlichia, and Tick paralysis. Sol chats with Jason woods to discuss clinical presentation, treatment, and prevention of these tick borne diseases.