- Clavicle Fractures15:01Paper Chase 1: Nursemaid’s Elbow Reduction, Best Practices4:32Pre-eclampsiaFree Chapter17:39Paper Chase 2: Pediatrician Follow Up After a UC Visit6:27Abdominal Pain - Not The Usual Suspects19:58Uncomplicated UTI’s in Adults22:28Paper Chase 3: Tomographic Imaging of the Cervical Spine for Ground-Level Falls6:01Sutures vs Glue14:28Hemorrhoids24:26Paper Chase 4: IVF Offers No Short or Long Term Benefit to Migraine Patients4:58The Art of the Callback20:29Bad Newborn Rashes, Part 116:14Paper Chase 5: IV Is Not Better Than PO for 1st Dose abx for CAP Patients5:49The Summary20:41
Paper Chase 3: Tomographic Imaging of the Cervical Spine for Ground-Level Falls
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In this study, the incidence of C-spine fracture was <1% and the application of either the NEXUS criteria or Canadian C spine Rule would reduce the imaging utilization by approximately 20%.