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Dr. C. Benjamin Newman, independently practicing neurosurgeon on the Methodist Health System medical staff, talks about what typically happens to a patient who experiences aneurysm symptoms, ways physicians can detect an aneurysm, and how a severe headache can be a determining factor.
An essential step in consistently establishing IV's, especially when your patient has those dreaded "rolling" veins, is stabilizing the target vein. (To have a little fun, can you spot the two scenes in which we used rubber arms??) Mike Stewart invites back a favorite guest, paramedic Stacey Crump, to demonstrate a little trick that may help you improve your IV starts. Like any other strategy, this one is not perfect and will not work in all circumstances or with all patients, but hopefully it may prove helpful occasionally.
TITLE: Early Detection of Primary Biliary Cholangitis or PBC GUEST: Dr. Gideon Hirschfeld PRESENTER: Neal Howard OVERVIEW: Dr. Gideon Hirschfeld, PhD, a specialist in autoimmune liver disease discusses early detection of PBC and the Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) test. For more information about this interview, visit this link: http://healthprofessionalradio.com.au/health-professional-radio-gideon-hirschfeld-early-detection-of-primary-biliary-cholangitis/
After years of dealing with reflux I was approved for the LINX device and had the surgery done on November 22 of 2013. Here's a little bit of what my experience has been like during the recovery and long-term.
Presented by Beejal Y. Amin, MD, FAANS, of the Loyola University Medical Center.
Eduardo Duquez Jr., MD, is a board-certified family medicine physician who also practices obstetrics at Franciscan Medical Clinic in Enumclaw. Dr. Duquez was drawn to medicine for its opportunity to build relationships and positively impact people’s lives.