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

The Pulmonary Physical Examination

how to perform the pulmonary physical examination

Bunnany Chhun Pekar, PhD, CRNA, AGACNP Question of the day:  What is the most commonly practiced part of the pulmonary physical examination? The goal of this discussion is to review the components of a thorough pulmonary physical examination. We will also discuss if the performance of a physical examination is necessary. Advances in technology can … Read more

How to Read an EKG

How to Read an EKG

Taking the Mystery out of the Squiggly Lines Scott Biggs, PA-C Today we are going to dive in to one of the topics that seems to intimidate people more than just about anything else in medicine – how to read an EKG. This skill is often causes fear and confusion. I assure you that it isn’t … Read more

Acute Congestive Heart Failure

Acute Congestive Heart Failure

Camilo Mohar, DO Over 1 million hospitalizations occur each year as a result of acute congestive heart failure (CHF). With the ever increasing age of the US population, the prevalence of CHF is becoming more and more common. For this reason, it is important to understand the physiology and adequate management of congestive heart failure … Read more

What To Do With Borderline Positive Troponins

Borderline Positive Troponins

If you work in an emergency department setting, you have probably managed patients with borderline positive troponins. We have all ordered a troponin when a patient presents with suspected Acute Coronary syndrome (ACS). This is universally true for all emergency providers. Often, during the review of your labs for this patient you may note the … Read more

My Journey with Charcot Marie Tooth disease

Charcot Marie Tooth

My name is Kelsey Bates and I am a family nurse practitioner. I wanted to turn the tables abit in this blog post, from being a provider to being the patient, and share my story of having Charcot Marie Tooth (CMT). Growing up, I’d say I had a normal, healthy childhood, until I hit the … Read more

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