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.
Human papillomavirus (1:40), state-level variation in primary care (5:30), dysmenorrhea (7:40), diverticulitis (11:00), physical activity to prevent depression (12:40), diabetes medications and cardiovascular outcomes (15:00).
Care of the college student (1:40), fallacies and dangers of race-based medicine (4:40), intrauterine devices for heavy bleeding (6:50), pertussis (9:30), ultrasonography for small bowel obstruction (15:30), and COVID-19 postdischarge (17:30).
Complex regional pain syndrome (1:40), pharmacologic management of agitation in dementia (5:20), semaglutide (7:10), clascoterone for acne (9:20), lung cancer screening (12:20), and management of infants born to mothers with HIV infection (13:50).
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...
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).
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).