January 2018 Issue of Clinical Advisor
Treating lower UTIs with diclofenac may help in optimizing antibiotic treatments.
The USPSTF has updated its recommendations on osteoporosis screening and testing in women and men.
Meta-analyses suggest that drinking 3-4 cups of coffee a day has more associated health benefits than risks.
Many direct acting oral anticoagulants may be more beneficial than warfarin.
The USPSTF has updated its recommendations on the use of menopausal hormone therapy for the primary prevention of chronic conditions.
This nurse practitioner erred by not referring this patient to a psychiatric provider.
A PA reflects on a time when a patient arrived for an annual check-up and showed curious signs of abuse.
In this case, the patient not only subsequently had a stroke 2 years later, but he also required coronary artery bypass surgery within 5 years.
A sonogram reveals a 9-mm epididymal cyst.
The importance of male vaccination cannot be overemphasized, because the risk of male-to-female HPV transmission is significant.
The FIT and the MT-sDNA are evidence-based tests that should be considered for CRC screening when a colonoscopy cannot be performed.
A clinician makes a dosage change for a patient during a telephone call, which leads to a lawsuit.