The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast

#43: Random Clinical Pearls: ACP Highlights and Recap Part 2

June 12, 2017
64 min

Load up on clinical pearls for your practice in this wide ranging discussion with expert clinician educator, Dr. Jon M. Sweet, Associate Professor of Medicine from Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. Topics include cellulitis, tinea infections, dermatologic emergencies, smoking cessation, heart failure, hormone replacement therapy, iron supplementation, and vocal cord dysfunction. Plus, Stuart gives Paul a new nickname! Special thanks to the Dr. Patrick Alguire and Dr. Darilyn Moyer from the American College of Physicians for setting up this episode.

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Time Stamps

00:00 Intro

02:12 Picks of the week

05:10 Guest intro

07:13 Rapid fire questions

15:25 Tinea infections

18:22 Misdiagnosis of cellulitis

23:53 AGEP (Dermatology)

29:03 DRESS syndrome (Dermatology)

35:28 Smoking cessation

36:55 Back pain, acetaminophen and acupuncture

41:42 Hot flashes and hormone therapy

43:05 Iron supplementation

49:55 Heart failure and sacubitril/valsartan

53:33 Vocal cord dysfunction

56:50 Response from Stuart and Paul

62:20 Outro

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