CME/CE from The Clinical Advisor
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Primary care providers need to be able to recognize the symptoms of eosinophilic esophagitis early in the disease process.
A wide range of pharmacologic, nonpharmacologic, traditional, and nontraditional treatments are available for patients with migraine.
Clinicians need to be aware of the current guidelines and focus on diagnosing and treating the large number of people with uncontrolled blood pressure.
NPs and PAs are at the forefront of efforts to reverse the increasing incidence of childhood obesity during the past three decades.
Greater attention to managing infectious diseases by primary care providers will help ensure that the U.S. is ready for outbreaks such as measles or Ebola.
A 38-year-old women with severe obesity can be recommended a variety of health interventions based on her health risks.
In diagnosing patients who present with acute-onset chest pain, clinicians should be aware of evolving conditions that cannot be missed.
As more patients with IDD move into community settings, clinicians will need to be familiar with common medical conditions in these individuals.
With obstructive sleep apnea rates rising in tandem with obesity, primary-care providers should know about available therapeutic options.