Pediatric clinicians can avoid causing pain by using an alternative technique to assess for rebound tenderness.
Itching is a serious concern for patients with atrophic vaginitis, and alternative treatments can help.
One clinician feels that suboxone is not the answer to the opioid crisis.
Rather than identify patients as having low health literacy, it is recommended that clinicians use Universal Health Literacy Precautions.
One clinician took issue with the image published in a January 2016 Clinical Advisor article.
Clinicians should be sure that patients know how to properly take their medications.
Corticosteroids may relieve symptoms of allergic rhinitis, but are not always appropriate.
A clinician offers a tip for applying a small amount of nonsterile ointment.
Patients shouldn't turn off the alarm until their medication has been taken.
After 36 hours, a patient with a salivary duct stone shows limited improvement.