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When you look at your ABGs and you see a methemoglobin level do you just gloss over it? What does methemoglobin mean and if it is high what do you…
Check out this primer on interpreting CXRs from Dr. Deepak. For part 2 click here. 16
Want to learn more about waldenstrom’s and hyperviscosity?
Do you know how to make your own sliding scale insulin instructions? Just take 1700/(total daily insulin dose) and you get how much to expect one unit of insulin to…
A how to on preop evaluation. A must watch for all rising second years because you will be doing A LOT of preoperative evaluations.
Remember not all strokes present with hemiparesis. It is important to do a full neuro exam when evaluating a patient for a stroke because they could present only with horner’s…
Your primer to infectious disease from Dr. Devang Patel. A must watch for all new interns.
Acute painless vision loss… you have to think about central retinal artery occlusion. In regards to therapies the options are limited and not supported by data but include ocular massage,…
Being in an endemic area we all need to be aware of Lyme disease. In addition to knowing about needing ceftriaxone for lyme disease and high grade AV block it…
Check out a review of new literature in diabetes from Dr. Munir with a focus on Incretins and the obesity paradox.