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Anticoagulation in atrial fibrillation

The following illustration reviews the clinical data and comorbidities of an A-Fib patient who may require anticoagulants. Should we or shoudn’t we provide anticoagulants?

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EKG: Inferior and lateral limb leads

  • EKG Limb leads:
    • Inferior wall: DII, DIII and AVF
    • Lateral wall: DI, AVL

Ever wondered why or how? Let’s review that using the following illustration. Enjoy! 38 more words

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Abdominal pain: Differential diagnosis

In this illustration you can find 4 different possible diagnosis from their typical location and presentation. Remember to identify signs of inflamation like fever and altered bloodwork and never forget to continuously assess the severity of your patient though appearance and vitals. 39 more words

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Things I Learned... This Week

Another week has flown by!  Can you believe we are 10 days from Christmas?  It has been one of those weeks that has almost sucked the life out of me and I am so thankful for a chance to rest and re-energize. 270 more words

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What Is A Nurse Practitioner?

When it comes to getting excellent primary care, doctors aren’t the only providers. In fact, at many medical offices, a nurse practitioner (NP) might be the one to take care of you. 255 more words


Why You Need A Primary Care Provider

When it comes to good health, there’s one medical professional you simply can’t do without: a primary care provider.

This is your main provider—the person who will see you through non-emergency illnesses, from a sore back to a cough that won’t go away. 356 more words


Cluster B personality disorders

This is a group of personality profiles formerly known as Cluster B. It includes antisocial, borderline and narcissistic personalities. Click on the image to enlarge it and download it. 40 more words

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