Dental fractures are always fun. Luckily we have a Dental Box available in the Emergency Department. Here are some instructional videos shown today. These will be stored in Pod A. Thanks to Dr. Vishnu Pandurangadu for the inservice on these tools and theDentalBox.com for the videos.
For this week, a 44-year old female presents with trouble breathing when she walks. Here is her EKG, what's going on here? 20170731
This week we have an EKG of a 65 year-old woman who presented with fatigue. She just didn't seem to have the energy she normally has. No chest pain, shortness of breath, fever, cough or leg swelling. Her vital signs and exam were unremarkable.
Here is her EKG: EKG 2017-07-24
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Using evidence in the practice of medicine requires minding three areas: the best available evidence, the clinical scenario and the patient’s values. There are four steps to carry out this process. ASK a clinical question (PICO). During the care of your patients, you’ll come across something to which you don’t know the answer. This uncertainty…
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