Current Management of Acute Appendicitis

Although many patients with acute appendicitis first present to the emergency room, primary care providers also frequently encounter patients with abdominal pain in their outpatient clinics. Some of these patients may be presenting with early appendicitis.

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Acute Trauma Interventions Case Study

As we have recently been reminded during a series of natural disasters in the United States, health care providers have the extraordinary opportunity to intervene and save the lives of injured family, friends, neighbors, and strangers.

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Eclipse Retinopathy

A Case Study: Shortly after people throughout the United States had an opportunity to witness a total solar eclipse, primary care providers began hearing from patients who had viewed the eclipse without protective equipment and now have concerns about their vision…

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