Alexis Pelletier-Bui, MD
Interesting case of a cyanotic patient lately? Looking for good questions to pimp medical students or residents with (had an attending in residency who always loved to ask about way he only recommended pyridium for use for a couple of days for UTI symptoms)? Studying for boards? Below are some teaching points on methemoglobinemia.
Always looking up the clinical findings of a central vs. peripheral CN VII palsy? Wondering who to treat and who not to treat? Well...this post is for you! Click to read more about the basics of a Bell's Palsy!
Summer is finally here! Hopefully, that means getting hot from fun in the sun and warmer weather. With summer, however, comes the opportunity to get burned..sun burned, burns from BBQs or bonfires. Read on below for a review of how to categorize thermal burns and calculate BSA in both Adult and Pediatric patients.
As the weather becomes nicer, more people are venturing outside to work on their yards, hike and just take in the sun - and hence, more people are becoming exposed to poison ivy, oak, and sumac. Learn the basic management for toxicodendron dermatitis.