Twice a month, faculty and residents of the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix Family Medicine Residency discuss key clinical points from each issue of American Family Physician (AFP). AFP publishes clinical reviews that help keep physicians current with advances in diagnosis and treatment. Contributing editor: Dr. Steven Brown.
Unintentional weight loss in older adults (1:50), the top 20 research studies of 2020 (6:40), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease exacerbations (9:50), GeneSight (12:20), single-dose opioid analgesics (14:30), and rapid antigen and molecular tests for SARS-CoV-2 (16:40).
Irritable bowel syndrome (2:00), penicillin allergy (7:30), obstetric lacerations (11:40), tobacco cessation (14:00), mobility assistive device use in older adults (18:30), and information on a new hypertensive guideline (22:50).
Continuous glucose monitoring (1:40), polycythemia vera (3:10), preoperative A1C thresholds (7:50), pessaries for managing pelvic organ prolapse (11:00), tinnitus (13:20), eggs and cardiovascular disease (17:40).
Post-ICU care in the outpatient setting (1:30), screening smokers for lung cancer (5:40), screening for carotid artery stenosis (6:50), hypothyroidism (8:20), SGLT2 inhibitors (15:00), and AFP Clinical Answers lightning round (17:00).
Urethritis (1:30), exercise for dysmenorrhea (5:50), caring for transgender athletes (8:10), in-flight emergencies (11:30), the FM/a blood test for fibromyalgia (17:40), and ibuprofen vs. acetaminophen (20:40).
Interpreting SARS-CoV-2 diagnostic tests (1:30), hepatitis B screening (6:00), mifepristone and misoprostol for early pregnancy loss and medication abortion (10:00), an exciting news update from the AAFP (13:40), and dyslipedemia management (15:10).
HIV infection in adults (1:30), active management of the third stage of labor (5:50), the suicidal patient (7:50), kinesiology taping for osteoarthritis (11:20), medication overuse headache (13:40), and obstructive sleep apnea and chronic insomnia (16:00).
Canadian Syncope Risk Score (1:30), topical corticosteroids (4:20), helping patients make healthy decisions about COVID-19 (12:20), radial and ulnar fractures (15:50), the KIDs List (21:30), and bempedoic acid (24:30).
Difficult to treat and severe asthma (1:30), serum lactate in sepsis (6:50), repeat bone mineral density testing (10:30), primary care continuity and mortality (12:00), HPV vaccine and invasive cervical cancer (13:30), initiating hormonal contraception (14:50), 12-step programs for alcohol use disorder (20:30). Last chance to complete our listener …
Health maintenance for women of reproductive age (1:40), magnesium for asthma (7:30), frailty (9:10), colonoscopy screening (13:40), bipolar disorders (15:30), recurrent cellulitis in patients with edema (17:30), and diary of a family physician (19:20). Please complete our listener survey before March 15, 2021, with a chance to win a $50 gift card!…
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Telemedicine for musculoskeletal issues (1:30), sexual assault (7:10), exercise for respiratory tract infections (12:10), the QuantiFERON-TB Gold+ test (14:00), patient-collected HPV testing (17:00), and AFP Clinical Answers (19:30).
Hip pain in adults (1:30), icosapent ethyl for cardiovascular disease (6:00), unhealthy drug use screening (9:20), labor dystocia (11:40), osteoarthritis management (17:00), low back pain relief with placebo (19:50), and the placebo game (21:20).
An editorial on systemic racism (1:40), breast cancer screening (5:00), electronic cigarettes for smoking cessation (10:30), treatment-resistant depression (12:30), eating disorders in primary care (14:50), and appropriate use of diagnostic imaging (18:50).
Lasmiditan for migraine (1:30), peripheral neuropathy (3:50), long COVID (9:00), preoperative evaluation and frailty assessment (11:50), degenerative cervical myelopathy (14:20), and an ode to 2020 (17:40).
Parkinson disease (1:30), penicillin allergies (5:30), low-protein diets for chronic kidney disease (7:40), levonorgestrel intrauterine system (10:20), seasonal affective disorder (12:20), and dementia medications (14:40).
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children (1:40), probiotics in colic (6:50), avoiding overtesting and overuse (8:40), chronic obstructive pulmonary disease exacerbations (11:10), nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (12:40), and prevention of preterm birth (19:50).
Gout (1:40), KardiaMobile for electrocardiogram monitoring and arrhythmia diagnosis (5:10), eye emergencies (7:50), vulvar disorders (11:40), and rebound bilirubin levels after phototherapy (16:30).
Outpatient management of COVID-19 (1:40), school-based asthma management programs (9:20), onychomycosis (11:00), influenza vaccination update (12:30), inguinal hernia (14:30), outpatient pneumonia testing (17:40), and Diary of a Family Physician (19:10).
Prevention of childhood injury (1:40), alcohol use disorder (8:30), patellofemoral pain (10:50), inhaled corticosteroids and growth (13:50), persistent night sweats (17:40), and COVID-19 research brief (20:40).
Basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas (1:30), insulin types (6:50), hypertriglyceridemia (8:20), diverticulitis (12:30), anaphylaxis (14:50), treatment of irritable bowel syndrome (18:40), and Where I Listen (21:00).
Thyroid nodules (1:30), palliative care during public health emergencies (6:30), preterm birth diagnosis (10:00), corticosteroids for community-acquired pneumonia (12:40), urinary tract infection in children and infants (15:00), and subclinical hypothyroidism (19:50).
Sarecycline (1:30), IgA vasculitis (5:00), oseltamivir (11:00), Paget disease (12:50), colorectal cancer screening (17:20), colchicine postmyocardial infarction (20:20).
Acute pyelonephritis (1:40), fetal fibronectin testing in preterm labor (6:00), intrapartum fetal monitoring (7:50), race-based treatment decisions perpetuate structural racism (11:40), neck pain (14:10), and antibiotic adverse effects (18:20).
D-dimer to rule out pulmonary embolism (2:20), syphilis (3:30), mind-body treatments for pain (8:10), asymptomatic bacteriuria (9:40), community-acquired pneumonia (13:00), colon cancer screening outreach by mail (17:40), dapagliflozin (19:10), and acetaminophen for osteoarthritis (22:10).