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Medgeeks Mediterranean Diet (Food and Medicine)
Mediterranean Diet (Food and Medicine)
In primary care, I’m constantly asked about what “diet” is the best. Patients want to know how they can lose weight, get fit, and feel better....
Medgeeks Should steroids be used for urticaria?
Should steroids be used for urticaria?
Today’s article will be a review of a topic that was requested on the Medgeeks private Facebook group page.We will be discussing the evaluation and...
Medgeeks Meniscus Tear [Pearls]
Meniscus Tear [Pearls]
Knee pain is a commonly encountered complaint along a multitude of settings, including primary care, urgent care, emergency medicine and orthopedics....
Medgeeks Osteoporosis: A Clinical Review
Osteoporosis: A Clinical Review
Today’s topic will be a brittle one…. brittle regarding brittle bones.Over 10 million people in America have osteoporosis.Osteoporosis is defined...
Medgeeks Pediatric Right Lower Quadrant Abdominal Pain
Pediatric Right Lower Quadrant Abdominal Pain
During a busy shift in the emergency department, while on your rotation as a student, you pick up the chart for a 10 year old male with one day of...
Medgeeks The First Factor Xa Reversal Agent Approved
The First Factor Xa Reversal Agent Approved
Over 4 million people in the United States use Factor Xa Inhibitors such as Eliquis or Xarelto.These could be used for the prevention of...
Medgeeks Uncertain paths in medicine lead us to success
Uncertain paths in medicine lead us to success
As the month of May begins, this can only mean one thing for pre-PA students, another CASPA application cycle is upon us. As I continue to help...
Medgeeks Peripheral Neuropathy Workup (numbness and tingling)
Peripheral Neuropathy Workup (numbness and tingling)
My feet are tingling with excitement to talk about today’s topic.I most commonly see this issue in patients with poorly controlled chronic diabetes,...
Medgeeks Pertussis (whooping cough): A Clinical Review
Pertussis (whooping cough): A Clinical Review
Pertussis, or widely known in communities as whooping cough, is a very contagious and transmissible disease that impacts millions around the globe...
Medgeeks How to Deliver Bad News as a Clinician
How to Deliver Bad News as a Clinician
Sometimes it comes when I least expect it, other times it is when I most suspect it. Regardless, the visceral reaction is always the same. I open a CT...