The Future of UC Practice due to COVIDFrom March 2021, The Future of UC Practice due to COVID
In this audio piece Andy, Miz, and Matthieu discuss the role Urgent and Immediate Care centers played during the past year with the Covid pandemic. Specifically their role as testing sites that helped alleviate the burden on Emergency Departments as well as augmenting the need for testing from a …16min 33Andy Barnett, MD, Mizuho Morrison, DO, and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
COVID-19 Lessons From NYCFrom April 2020, COVID-19 Lessons From NYC
Patients with COVID-19 present in a variety of ways, and urgent care clinicians need to have a low index of suspicion for diagnosis. Management involves emergency referral for patients with a low oxygen saturation. Every patient should be treated as if they could have COVID-19.22min 44Frank Illuzzi, MD, Mike Weinstock, MD, and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
IntroductionFrom October 2015, Things That Make You Squirm! EMR’s, Scabies & The Limping Child
Management of achilles rupture, no longer surgical??? The need to know updates on how to manage your patient acutely in the outpatient setting and what you will be informing them on their way out!8minMizuho Morrison, DO and Mike Weinstock, MD
The Painful Pediatric ElbowFrom August 2015, Facial Swelling, Headaches, and Getting Sued!
Kids will come to you with a painful elbow. But how does one differentiate emergent vs. non-emergent elbow injuries? Dr.Yo helps clarify what injuries need to go straight to the ER emergently, vs what can be troubleshooted and managed in your office. We review what are common elbow injuries based …29min 21Solomon Behar, MD, Yu-Tsun Cheng, MD, and Mizuho Morrison, DO