No Antibiotics for You!From December 2019, Medication Mishaps
Being pressured to provide antibiotics when its not indicated is a common phenomenon. Miz chats with EM-Over-Easy guys Andy Little and Drew Kalnow on ways to approach this ask, and ways to educate our patients in a constructive way.17min 29Andy Little, DO, Drew Kalnow, DO, and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Paper Chase 2 | Tylenol Works for Osteoarthritis After All!From September 2017, Dissecting Into The Heart Of The Matter
Regular use of acetaminophen or acetaminophen-codeine combinations may reduce the need for NSAIDs to treat OA-related pain. •4min 16Nate Finnerty, MD and Brett Ebeling, MD
Ears Aussie StyleFrom February 2017, The Barky Cough Conundrum
Review strategies for diagnosing and managing otitis media.24min 33Casey Parker, MD, Rob Orman, MD, and Andrew Buelt, DO
Chronic Pain ManagementFrom February 2016, Killing a Fly With a Cannonball
Patients who are managed for chronic pain, can in a nutshell be challenging.It is important to take a good pain history, and include issues of analgesia, aberrant behavior, affect, activity, adverse reactions. Dr.Barker discusses ways to troubleshoot and have difficult conversations with patients …19min 48Amanda Barker, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Foundations: Headache – Part 1From August 2015, Facial Swelling, Headaches, and Getting Sued!
Stuart and Mel review the diagnostic differences between common types of headaches seen in the urgent care. What’s emergent? What can be discharged home from UC?18min 27Mel Herbert, MD and Stuart Swadron, MD
Foundations: Headache – Part 2From August 2015, Facial Swelling, Headaches, and Getting Sued!
Part 2 of Foundations: Headache21min 33Mel Herbert, MD and Stuart Swadron, MD