Andrew gives a quick take a new study out on SSRI for depression in those with CKD. Looks closely at a new gout medication that will be coming into your office. Talks about the end points that are involved in bariatric medicine. Finally, touches on a new ugly duckling on the block.
Turns out when people say, 'You couldn't pay me enough money to quit smoking!' What they meant was "Can you please give me $750?" Kay-x still isn't great. I give my two cents on the hypertension guidelines and holy smokes turns out tylenol and motrin might be about all you need for a majority of muscle pain, NOT opioids. If you like the new format- reach out on twitter @andrewbuelt or email@example.com
How good are you at the DNR conversation? It is a conversation we all need to have with our patients no matter the field or specialty of medicine. However, it's a conversation we all avoid like the plague. In this podcast Andrew talks how bad we really are and how to get better. The link below is how you can get the video I reference in the podcast...
We need to thin out the blood. Afib then to PCI and boom triple therapy. However, I suspect times are changing. It is Halloween and I do my best to play future fortune teller and predict the future in medicine. Afib and triple therapy just might be a scary part of the past, or maybe it is more of a trick than a treat!
This episode Andrew looks at some evidence around colon cancer screening. Is the gold standard really gold or is it more of a silver color? What will he do when the time comes for colon cancer screening? BIG NEWS: It still doesn't change your all cause mortality.
In this episode Andrew covers for papers in pulm, endocrine, G.I., and radiology/cardiology that should have us all doing it a little differently. As always you can reach me on twitter @andrewbuelt or email at Questioningmedicine@gmail.com
We have all heard of Goldilocks when the bed was too hard, too soft, and then just right. A metaphorical description for the J curve of all things in life. Well exercise is no different. Now let's take a deeper look at how much is too much and how much is too little, but most importantly how much is just right!