How do SGLT2 inhibitors work? What’s the evidence for their use in patients with heart failure? And is it me or are these drugs just impossible to pronounce? Ok ok, it’s me.
You’re getting paged about your patient’s elevated BP. What do you do? What’s the newest evidence?
What are the focuses of the updated NAEPP guidelines for asthma? What are the recommended changes in ICS use? And what’s the SMART thing to do?
A red hot (but not exquisitely painful) update on the treatment of gout!
How often is a documented PCN allergy legitimate? What can we do to “delabel” patients who don’t have a true allergy?
How does the appearance of blood differ between urine dipstick testing and urine microscopy? What guidelines are there for microscopic hematuria?
“The more that you read, the more things you will know.
The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” —Dr. Seuss
What’s the diagnostic criteria for chronic hepatitis B (CHB)? What serology findings do these patients have in common? What studies should we monitor in these patients? And how do we differentiate the phases of CHB?
Words matter in our interactions with patients. What things can we do to ensure we are taking an inclusive history when interviewing adolescents?
“Ground is what lies beneath our feet. It is the place where we already stand; a state of recognition, the place or the circumstances to which we belong whether we wish to or not…” —David Whyte (Consolations: The Solace, Nourishment, and Underlying Meaning of Everyday Words)