Endocrinology Clinical Pearls Archive
Patients who forget to take Metformin SR twice daily can be switched to Metformin XR with once daily dosing.
When diagnosing the cause of chronic abdominal pain, a more specific history and a broad consideration of causes can help with diagnosis.
Many patients with diabetes develop poor blood-glucose monitoring habits over time. Reviewing technique helps assure the process is painless.
Omega-3 supplements can help constipation in postmenopausal women taking calcium and vitamin D supplements.
Minerals in tap and bottled water can deactivate some of the hormones in thyroid medication.
Excess fat around the gluteal region can make performing digital rectal exams in obese patients difficult. How can this challenge be overcome?
Conversations about weight loss can contribute tremendously to behavioral changes, but tangible examples may be even more effective.
Are you doing everything you can to help your patients lose weight? Read this physician assistants' creative tip for helping patients kick those stubborn pounds to the curb.
A simple solution for patients complaining of vaginal dryness and irritation with intercourse.
Using lower doses of vaginal estrogen cream, customized suppositories may also be effective treatments.
Simple solution for patients complaining of vaginal dryness and irritation with intercourse.