2022 Women’s Health Guidelines Update, Hot Off the Press!  

Women’s health evidenced-based guidelines are updated frequently by various national organizations, and it can be challenging for a busy clinician to remain current. Women’s Health Guidelines include such topics as STIs, Contraception, Cervical Cancer Screening, Breast Cancer Screening and Osteoporosis Screening.  In 2021 the CDC updated their …

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Severe Hypoglycemia Treatment has Changed. Help People with Diabetes have a Safer Rescue

Hypoglycemia definitions have been updated in the past few years.  The American Diabetes Association (ADA) and the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD), based on the international hypoglycemia study group have advised:  Level 1: Glucose Alert is still a glucose of 70mg.  Beta-adrenergic symptoms are …

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How To (Easily) Earn CME

If you’re a nurse practitioner (NP), Physician Assistant (PA), or Physician looking to earn continuing medical education (CME) credits, you’ve come to the right place. Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts (SBHPP) is the fastest-growing, leading provider of comprehensive, evidence-based, affordable CME medical conferences. And, with all …

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Right, Left, Who Can Tell?

Your patient with chronic heart failure had a 12-Lead EKG done as part of the initial evaluation to your clinic. You note the heart rate (80 beats/minute), rhythm (regular), and intervals (all within normal limits except for a wide QRS complex (> 120 ms).  You remember the …

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