Subtle Clues that Change Management of Urinary Tract Infections in Women – Study Findings

Andrea Eberly, MD, MS, FAAEMClinical Pearls, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Guideline Knowledge Check, Internal Medicine, Medical News, Nurse Practitioner, Nursing RN/PN, Physician Assistant, Urgent Care

Subtle Clues that Change Management of Urinary Tract Infections in Women - Study Findings

Subtle Clues that Change Management of Urinary Tract Infections in Women – Study Findings Q&A CaseTry this free Management of UTIs in Women Case Q&A courtesy of Med-Challenger.In January 2022, an interesting study was published that discussed the importance of a subtle yet management-altering urinalysis finding in women with a simple urinary tract infection. What is this finding and how … Read More

Pregnancy and Co-Existing Disease Review Questions, Free CME Quiz – Earn AMA and ANCC Credits Free

Marielle K. Stone, MDEM Questions of the Week, ENP Question of the Week, FM Question of the Week, IM Question of the Week, Medical Student Question of the Week, NCLEX Question of the Week, NP Question of the Week, OBGYN Question of the Week, PA CAQ EM Question of the Week, PA Question of the Week, Pediatric EM Question of the Week, Pediatric Medicine Question of the Week, Personal Education, Question of the Week, SPEX Question of the Week, Urgent Care Question of the Week

Pregnancy and Co-Existing Disease board review questions CME quiz. Free CME credit.

Pregnancy and Co-Existing Disease Board Review Questions: Free CME QuizPregnancy and Co-Existing Disease CME Quiz courtesy of Med-Challenger Online Medical EducationThis week’s Med-Challenger’s free CME quiz – Pregnancy and Co-Existing Disease – the quick quiz covers pregnancy and co-existing disease questions and topics including potential fetal complications of macrosomia, recommendations for or against the use of salicylates in pregnancy, appropriate … Read More

COVID-19 in Pregnancy Review Questions, Free CME Quiz

Andrea Eberly, MD, MS, FAAEMEM Questions of the Week, ENP Question of the Week, FM Question of the Week, Medical Student Question of the Week, NCLEX Question of the Week, NP Question of the Week, PA Question of the Week, Pediatric EM Question of the Week, Pediatric Medicine Question of the Week, Personal Education, Question of the Week, SPEX Question of the Week, Urgent Care Question of the Week

Covid in Pregnancy Quiz, Covid-19 coronavirus in the pregnant patient CME quiz

Covid-19 in Pregnancy Review Questions: Free CME QuizCoronavirus in the Pregnant Patient CME Quiz courtesy of Med-Challenger Online Medical EducationThis week’s Med-Challenger’s free CME quiz – Covid-19 in Pregnancy – topics include: Coronavirus in the pregnant patient, prevention, treatment and other guidelines regarding Covid in pregnancy.  This quiz is part of Med-Challenger’s recent Covid-19 topic updates on Covid in Pregnancy. … Read More

Bedside Diagnostic Challenge – An Elderly Woman Presents to the Emergency Room Confused and Disoriented

Paul Griner, MD, MACPBedside Diagnostic Challenge, Emergency Medicine

confused and disoriented elderly woman diagnostic case

Bedside Diagnostic Challenge – An Elderly Woman Presents to the Emergency Room Confused and DisorientedBonus Follow-Up Question included in answer explanation.An elderly woman is brought to the emergency room of a local hospital after she is found wandering along the street and, upon questioning by the police, is noted to be confused and disoriented. In the emergency room, her personal … Read More

Bedside Diagnostic Challenge – A 56-year-old, Post-menopausal Woman with Enlarging Abdomen

Paul Griner, MD, MACPBedside Diagnostic Challenge, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Nurse Practitioner, Nursing RN/PN, Physician Assistant, Urgent Care

enlarging abdomen ascites

Bedside Diagnostic Challenge – A 56-year-old, post-menopausal woman with enlarging abdomenA 56-year-old, post-menopausal woman presents with the complaint of an enlarging abdomen. She states that she noticed her dresses becoming tighter over the past 2 months. She measured her abdominal girth a few days ago and noted that it was 3 inches larger than her usual size. She has not … Read More

Clinical Pearl of the Month – Preeclampsia, High Risk Pregnancy, High Blood Pressure

Gerard Kiernan, MD, FAAFP, FHMClinical Pearls, Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Guideline Knowledge Check, Internal Medicine, Nurse Practitioner, Nursing RN/PN, Pediatric Medicine, Physician Assistant, Urgent Care

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Preventing Preeclampsia in a 36-year-old Pregnant Woman with High Blood PressureHigh Risk Pregnancy Clinical Pearls of Wisdom Q&A CasePreeclampsia is a pregnancy complication characterized by high blood pressure and signs of damage to another organ system, most often the liver and kidneys. Preeclampsia usually begins after 20 weeks of pregnancy in women whose blood pressure had been normal. Left untreated, … Read More

Female Physicians Get Honored in “Girl Docs Rock” Healthcare Art Poster, Free Download

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Female physicians celebrated in inspirational art poster download

Female Physicians Celebrated in New Healthcare Art Poster”Girl Docs Rock”Female physicians rock.  2017 was the first year that more women enrolled in U.S. medical schools than men according to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) where in women comprised 50.7 percent of 21,338 enrollees in 2017, compared to 49.8 percent of 19,254 enrollees in 2016. That’s quite a change.  … Read More