Have you ever wondered what to do with that scoliometer you came across randomly in clinic? Well, it’s time to dust that thing off and put it to use.
Month: January 2022
For HIV-uninfected patients, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) using antiretroviral medications is an evidence-based way to prevent new infections among those at high risk for HIV. Typical use is once daily every day, but what about on-demand use?
PPD is common, yet less than 15% of parents receive treatment. How can we do better?
Depression is incredibly common, but when is the last time you paused to review the evidence? This week, Dr. Boyd takes us on a deep dive.
It seems like we all learn Tinel and Phalen’s tests in evaluating patients for carpal tunnel syndrome, but what’s the evidence? Are there other maneuvers that could make us more confident in our assessment of these patients?