Children are often prescribed antibiotics inappropriately in the outpatient setting. The harms of this practice are poorly characterized but could inform risk-benefit discussions with parents.
For an accurate BP measurement, we need to use an appropriately sized cuff. Too large and the BP reading will be falsely low; too small and the reading will be falsely high.
Did you know the national standard for an elevated blood lead level changed in 2021?
PrEP coverage is marked by significant disparities across race/ethnicity. What’s happening in RI to combat this?
The Vanderbilt Assessment Scales are commonly used to evaluate ADHD symptoms in children, but did you also know that they also screen for oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, anxiety, and depression?
Did you know that we can’t compare the MIC for one drug to another?
According to a recent study, it appears that many parents think the HPV vaccine is simply “not necessary” despite the more than 44,000 cases of HPV-associated cancer per year.
Did you know that the sequence of how antibiotics are administered can have a dramatic affect on outcomes in patients with bloodstream infections?
What do you know about conjunctival injection, pallor, and icterus?
A patient with afib and valvular heart disease does not necessarily have valvular afib. Wait, what?!