Another episode with lots of articles- What is the UVB protection on SPF. Atrial fib screening, should we do it? What IUD makes you not gain weight? One article on Fake news on babies sleeping and a new guideline rec. on prostate screening for which I break down all the numbers.
Joe Namath is famous for guaranteeing victory in Super Bowl III. Mark your calendars for 7/24/2018 where I guarantee that two of the articles in this episode will change guidelines. This episode is full of articles and pearls that will help or change your practice...Like what is the error of the HA1C test?
So much goodness in one podcast it would be a shame to list it all here. So stop reading and just hit play already.
In this episode we cover what I think it game time ready about our beloved ACEI and then Joe and I talk about 3 articles that you need to know including the new seizure medication just approved by the FDA.
In this 'royal' episode I cover new papers on diabetes type 2, osteoporosis and A.fib. As always you can reach me on twitter @andrewbuelt or email me email@example.com
So many article so little time AND in this episode Joe stops in to talk about a study that would make ever T-Rex eat a salad
It is NBA playoff season and this podcast starts with a fast break into coronary calcium testing, Slams into John Mandrola review https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/893756 with transition into CKD + ICD. Finally, finishes with a full court press on when should be start dialysis.
If you were wondering antibiotics, yes, still have harm and should still be used with caution. Medical students are in a panic since there is a new answer to the c. diff board question and FINALLY a guideline that really is UPTODATE was released earlier this year.
Yes! I am Andrew Christopher Buelt and in this all abbreviation and intial podcast I break down some recent studies that might are of interst. First, is HPV testing alone good enough? Should you do a stress test or a Computed tomography angiography for suspected coronary artery disease. In BPH can we stop any medications or must we continue alpha-blockers and 5a-reductase inhibitors for life?