- Post-Tonsillectomy Considerations17:13Paper Chase #1 - Tramadol & Methadone associated with hypoglycemia4:16DVT | Essentials13:31Paper Chase #2 - Syncope = EKG, even for kids5:53DVT | AdvancedFree Chapter21:36What would I do next? | A patient with neck pain and fever19:14Urgent Care: The Misfit in our Healthcare Delivery System14:05Paper Chase #3 - Do Neonates with UTI Benefit from LP?3:29Considerations for Urgent Care to ED Referrals17:23Pre & Post Menopausal Vaginal Bleeding18:48Paper Chase #4 - Hazards of the Gabapentinoids5:01Excellence in the Physical Exam | Stroke17:40When X-Rays Lie11:07Nerve Blocks for Headache Treatment12:38Paper Chase #5 - Cool Running Water is Effective First Aid for Burns4:59Mailbag9:18
Medical tests can lie. X-rays are simply a test. The purpose of any test is to affect our pre-test probability - it is not to make a diagnosis. Any test result (positive or negative) must be placed in the clinical context it is being used. We should have an expectation of any test before we order it. Neda and Matt sit down with Orthopedic expert Dr.Arun Sayal to discuss best use of radiographic films in our workup.