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Presentation on Histoplasmosis

Presentation on Histoplasmosis

Presentation on Histoplasmosis.

By rangle
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DYSPEPSIA

DYSPEPSIA

DYSPEPSIA. Dr.Vishal Rathore. Dyspepsia. popularly known as indigestion meaning hard or difficult digestion, is a medical condition characterized by chronic or recurrent pain in the upper abdomen, upper abdominal fullness and feeling full earlier than expected when eating. Prevalence.

By azriel
(362 views)

Overview Pediatric HIV Program & IMPAACT/ PACTG Vaccine Research Children’s National Medical Center, Washington, DC

Overview Pediatric HIV Program & IMPAACT/ PACTG Vaccine Research Children’s National Medical Center, Washington, DC

Overview Pediatric HIV Program & IMPAACT/ PACTG Vaccine Research Children’s National Medical Center, Washington, DC. Dr.Hans ML Spiegel Director Special Immunology Service/Division of Infectious Disease Children’s National Medical Center HSpiegel@cnmc.org 202-884-2980.

By tomai
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Blood Transfusion: New Guidelines

Blood Transfusion: New Guidelines

Blood Transfusion: New Guidelines. Joint Surgery and Anesthesiology Grand Rounds July 2, 2009 Paul Picton MD Lena M. Napolitano MD Andrew Rosenberg MD. Perioperative Transfusion Triggers. Paul Picton MD MRCP FRCA Assistant Professor Director, Transplant Anesthesia.

By moe
(924 views)

Celiac Disease

Celiac Disease

Lindsey Albenberg, DO Ritu Verma, MD The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Reviewed by Edward Hoffenberg, MD of the Professional Education Committee. Celiac Disease. Case. 14 month old F with FTT Watery diarrhea x 2 months; 3-10 episodes per day; stool infectious work-up by PCP negative

By johnathan
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Surgical management of liver haemangioma

Surgical management of liver haemangioma

Surgical management of liver haemangioma. Dr Chris Yau Dept of Surgery PWH. 68 F USG: 3cm hyperechoic lesion right lobe Typical haemangioma Hepatitis marker –ve, AFP CEA normal FU CT scan: 7cm after 3 yr Trisegmentectomy: cholangiocarcinoma. 67 F USG: 4cm lesion left lobe

By shaunna
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New Zealand National Poisons Centre

New Zealand National Poisons Centre

New Zealand National Poisons Centre. IRON OVERDOSE. IRON. In healthy adults ~ 2 to 10% of dietary iron absorbed In iron deficiency states (including children) 80 to 90% is absorbed

By kawena
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Endarterectomy versus Stenting in Patients with Symptomatic Severe Carotid Stenosis

Endarterectomy versus Stenting in Patients with Symptomatic Severe Carotid Stenosis

Journal Club Ani Balmanoukian and Peter Benjamin November 9, 2006. Endarterectomy versus Stenting in Patients with Symptomatic Severe Carotid Stenosis. Mas et al. NEJM 355;16 October 19, 2006. Background.

By gen
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Answer for Q. 1

Answer for Q. 1

Answer for Q. 1. Hospital Isolation (Recommendation to IP) Standard precautions and droplet precautions are in place for 5 days after effective antibiotic initiation

By sydnee
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EBSTEIN'S ANOMALY OF TRICUSPID VALVE

EBSTEIN'S ANOMALY OF TRICUSPID VALVE

EBSTEIN'S ANOMALY OF TRICUSPID VALVE. EBSTEIN’S ANOMALY. First described by Wilhelm Ebstein in 1866 ; terminology coined by Alfred Arnstein 19 yr old cyanotic laborer with CHF at autopsy Ebstein found an enlarged and fenestrated ATL;

By rocco
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Rapid Response

Rapid Response

Rapid Response. Hypotension. Called for Hypotension. 71 year old male status post open appendectomy 14 hrs ago. To the bedside. Rapid initial assessment. ABCs Necessary equipment and resources Is immediate intervention required?. Treat the patient. Confirm the Accuracy of the number

By livvy
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Report of the Subcommittee on Contact Lens Interactions with the Ocular Surface & Adnexa

Report of the Subcommittee on Contact Lens Interactions with the Ocular Surface & Adnexa

Report of the Subcommittee on Contact Lens Interactions with the Ocular Surface & Adnexa Membership Nathan Efron (Australia) Lyndon Jones (Canada) Anthony Bron (UK) Erich Knop (Germany) Reiko Arita (Japan) Stefano Barabino (Italy) Alison McDermott (USA) Edoardo Villani (Italy)

By helga
(197 views)

Natural History of Carotid Artery Disease

Natural History of Carotid Artery Disease

Eric Hager, MD Assistant Professor of Surgery Division of Vascular surgery University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Natural History of Carotid Artery Disease. Cerebral Vascular Disease “Stroke”. 3 rd leading cause of death in the United States Incidence: 795,000 First stroke: 610,000

By manasa
(194 views)

Background

Background

Jussi Tallus 1 , Pantelis Lioumis 2 , Heikki Hämäläinen 3 , Seppo Kähkönen 2 , Olli Tenovuo* 1 1 Department of Neurology, University of Turku, Finland, 2 Biomag Laboratory, Finland, 3 Department of Psychology, University of Turku, Finland *presenting author.

By fia
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Vascular Rings 	56.15

Vascular Rings 56.15

Vascular Rings 56.15. Amoreena Howell. 2 day old F Dyspnea and cough, inspiratory stridor Worse with feeding. MRA. MRA. click on image. Vascular Rings. Complete vs. Partial Double Aortic arch most common (40%) failure of regression of both the right and left fourth branchial arches

By ama
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III. APPLICATIONS TO EPIDEMIC MODELS STRUCTURED BY AGE OF INFECTION

III. APPLICATIONS TO EPIDEMIC MODELS STRUCTURED BY AGE OF INFECTION

ROCKY MOUNTAIN MATHEMATICS CONSORTIUM SUMMER SCHOOL 2012 MATHEMATICAL MODELING IN ECOLOGY AND EPIDEMIOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING JUNE 11-22, 2012. III. APPLICATIONS TO EPIDEMIC MODELS STRUCTURED BY AGE OF INFECTION. Objectives.

By wilda
(104 views)

SEXUAL HEALTH AND CONTRACEPTION SERVICE ASHCROFT SURGERY 

SEXUAL HEALTH AND CONTRACEPTION SERVICE ASHCROFT SURGERY 

SEXUAL HEALTH AND CONTRACEPTION SERVICE ASHCROFT SURGERY . Veena Mills April 2010. Levels of Service. LEVEL 1 Standard GP care, contraceptive advice and prescribing, screening asymptomatic women and investigating symptomatic women for STIs LEVEL 2 Additionally providing LARC

By gabby
(126 views)

Cervical Instability in the EDS Population

Cervical Instability in the EDS Population

Cervical Instability in the EDS Population. A. Atiq Durrani , MD Center For Advanced Spine Technologies Cincinnati, OH. Cervical Spine Issues in EDS. C1-C2 instability Cranio -cervical Instability. Lower Cervical kyphosis. Cervical disc degeneration ( Most common at C4-5, C5-6).

By jaquelyn-albert
(562 views)

Report of the Subcommittee on Contact Lens Interactions with the Ocular Surface & Adnexa

Report of the Subcommittee on Contact Lens Interactions with the Ocular Surface & Adnexa

Report of the Subcommittee on Contact Lens Interactions with the Ocular Surface & Adnexa Membership Nathan Efron (Australia) Lyndon Jones (Canada) Anthony Bron (UK) Erich Knop (Germany) Reiko Arita (Japan) Stefano Barabino (Italy) Alison McDermott (USA) Edoardo Villani (Italy)

By octavia-noel
(126 views)

UTIs in Older People

UTIs in Older People

UTIs in Older People. Dr Rohan Wee Aged Care Physician Northern Health. Are UTIs Important?. Most frequent infection in residential care Dementia, incontinence & decreased mobility are risk factors for developing UTIs Asymptomatic bacteriuria is common 15-30% in men 25-50% in women

By kelly-montoya
(282 views)

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