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Pulmonary Disease Findings

Pulmonary disease findings

Bunnany Chhun Pekar, PhD, CRNA, AGACNP The purpose of this blog is to discuss some of the more common pulmonary disease findings.  Please refer to my previous blog for a discussion on how to perform a complete pulmonary physical examination.  Before we begin, what does the term “clinical findings” mean? Let us start with differentiating … Read more

Providing Surgical Wound Care

Joshua Nowocin, PA-C Providing surgical wound care is a very common outpatient practice. Almost every outpatient center has had to provide Surgical wound care. There is plenty of information regarding wounds, so to keep it simple, this discussion will focus on Surgical wounds with normal and abnormal healing. Likewise, wounds can be classified as acute, … Read more

Concussions – They’re All in Your Head

Rich Greene, PA-C Head injury and concussion are common outpatient complaints. This case-based approach will help you differentiate the types of concussion and their common management. Patient 1 A 3 year-old male, presenting to the Emergency Department (ED) after falling off the bed while jumping on it.  Patient hit their head on a tile floor … Read more

Ultrasound Series: The FAST Exam


Camilo Mohar, DO A commonly used ultrasound technique is the Focused Assessment with Sonography in Trauma (FAST). This exam identifies intra-abdominal bleeding. With the advent of ultrasound, many procedures have been relinquished to just the history of medicine. Likewise, deep peritoneal lavage (DPL) is one of those procedures. DPL was classically performed on patients with … Read more

How to Repair a Laceration

How to repair a laceration

Marsena Collins, FNP-C, ENC-C Knowing how to repair a laceration is an essential skill for almost any provider to have. People will always injure themselves and likewise, they will need our skills. Let’s briefly discuss the process of laceration closure. Step 1: Wound Anatomy Prior to closure it’s important to understand basic wound anatomy. Remember … Read more

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