Category: Orthopedics

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What is your choice to treat chronic joint pain? I know! It is very frustrating for patients and physicians, I took 800mg of Motrin but… and you know Narcotics wont…

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Annals of Internal Medicine published a¬†Multicenter, Double-Blind, Randomized Trial and compared Oral Prednisolone in the Treatment of Acute Gout. Patients were randomly assigned in a 1:1 ratio to receive either…

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There is a very good review of managing shoulder dislocation. It is not EBM, but worth to read.

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We all see patients with back pain every single day that we are working in ED. Many of them tried different pain medications, muscle relaxant. I have had several presentations…

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I usually review a question on my board review series regarding a patient with trauma and negative x-ray of hip, what is the next step? The answer is usually CT scan, and I have to admit that this is my routine practice that I do not rely on X-ray, if my patient still is symptomatic,

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