You just had a great discussion with your patient about initiating insulin, but now you’re staring at your computer screen wondering what to do next. No worries–our amazing clinical pharmacist is here to help!
Nevus simplex and nevus flammeus are commonly confused, although one is much more common than the other. Do you know the differences?
What does postop monitoring entail following bariatric surgery? What micronutrient deficiencies are these patients at risk for?
Check out this week’s mystery rash. What is it? What causes it? And how do we treat it?
Asthma is a *breath-taking* topic with different guidelines shedding light on classification of severity and management. Let’s get to it.
Flu season is here. Do you know the differences between the inactivated influenza vaccine (IIV), live attenuated influenza vaccine (LAIV), and recombinant influenza vaccine (RIV)?
Food allergies seem to be getting more and more common. Drs. Lhungay and Siegert take us on a deep dive on a complex topic!
Dyslipidemia most likely starts in childhood, so what can we do about it?
What lifestyle modifications should we recommend to patients with HLD? How do we calculate ASCVD risk? And should we just cut corners and add statins to our water supply?
Did you know that lead screening requirements vary by state? How about the fact that lead levels vary substantially among cities within a given state? And what’s so special about houses built before 1978?