What Would I Do Next? | Petechial RashFrom July 2019, The Half Somersault
Pediatric headaches are common. Thankfully the bad etiologies are rare. Having a consistent approach to the history and physical exam is essential to helping the clinician distinguish between the common, benign etiologies and the bad, rarer etiologies. Looking for the redflags in your history and …20minBrad Goldman, MD and Mike Weinstock, MD
DOAC ReversalFrom February 2019, No...You Aren't Gonna Die!
Continuing the recent discussion between Matt DeClerck and Dr. Tom Deloughery on the direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs), this month we bring you a segment on reversing these DOACs with Matt, Neda, and Dr. Tarlan Hedayati. What are the agents currently on the market, including the newest kid on the …20min 27Tarlan Hedayati, MD, Neda Frayha, MD, and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
Sickle Cell EmergenciesFrom November 2018, Breaking Bad - Insulin Pumps and Mandibles
1 in 5000 Americans have SCD, and these patients are high risk for a variety of complications. Mizuho sits down with Jessica Osterman and Katie Harter to discuss sickle cell disease, pain crisis and emergencies.22min 1Jessica Osterman, MD, Mizuho Morrison, DO, and Rick Pescatore, DO
What Would I Do Next? | More Than Just Sciatica?From September 2018, Broken Toof...Now What???
We see a lot of back pain in the UC. And although it might be easy to jump to sciatica as the most COMMON cause of back pain, developing a mental checklist and asking “What else could this be?” can be an important habit to ensure patient safety. • Here we discuss features of dx and initial mgmt …18min 56Mizuho Morrison, DO, Mike Weinstock, MD, and Josh Russell, MD
Cancer & ThrombosisFrom February 2018, Pericarditis: Getting To The Heart Of The Matter
Tom Deloughery shares his wisdom on all things cancer and thrombosis. First, he reviews why patients with cancer are more likely to have clots, then reviews some aspects of thrombosis that are unique to this population. Lastly, he discusses treatment standards, nuances and controversies.18min 54Tom Deloughery, MD and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
Thrombocytopenia in the UCFrom April 2017, Defend Yourself - Nightstick Fractures
Thrombocytopenia, can occur due to a variety of reasons. Patients can have acute or chronic causes, and based on their underlying disease, may manifest differently. Knowing what to do based on patient's platelet count and their presentation could be lifesaving.20min 25Mizuho Morrison, DO, Aaron Bright, MD, and Tarlan Hedayati, MD