Multiple streptococcal Infections

Amoxicillin (amox), also spelled amoxycillin, is an antibiotic useful for the treatment of a number of bacterial infections. It is the first line treatment for middle ear infections. It may also be used for strep throat, pneumonia, skin infections, and urinary tract infections among others. It is taken by mouth. Common side effects include a nausea and rash. It may […]

Chronic Wasting Disease

Hi my name is Megan Kirchgessner and I’m the Wildlife Veterinarian for the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries. Today we’re sampling for Chronic Wasting Disease in the northwestern part of Virginia. Chronic Wasting Disease is caused by an infectious protein known as a prion these prions can be spread from deer through either direct contact or through environmental […]

CDC Grand Rounds: Unusual Transplant-associated Infections: Just How Unusual?”

>>>GOOD AFTERNOON. THANK YOU FOR JOINING US. ON BEHALF OF THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION I WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME YOU TO NOVEMBER’S PUBLIC HEALTH GRAND ROUNDS. THE LARGEST CLASS OF THE PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATES THAT WE HAVE HAD SO FAR. CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS FOR PUBLIC GRAND ROUNDS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PHYSICIANS, NURSES, PHARMACISTS, HEALTH EDUCATORS AND OTHERS. […]

Is Kefir Good When You Have A Yeast Infection?

Hi there, Eric Bakker, naturopath and author of Candida Crusher. Thank you for tuning into my video today. Today I’d love to talk a bit about Kefir, about a fermented food called Kefir, and whether it is suitable for a Candida yeast infection. I frequently get asked this question from time after time from people. Is yogurt okay to have? […]

Left 4 Dead- The Infection | Episode Five

Oh no! There is another wave coming down the street! It has been a while now since the infection broke out. each of us still feel its dreadful chaos day by day. We’ve all lost loved ones, family, friends, and other survivors along the way. Our journey is the journey of all those who have been lost because with every […]

Vertebrobasilar Insufficiency (VBI) | Pathophysiology, Risk Factors and Clinical Presentation

In this video i’m going to talk about clinical reasoning for pre-manipulative screening for vertebrobasilar insufficiency. Get our very own Assessment E-Book and mobile app links are in the video description. Hi and welcome back to Physiotututors, the vertebral artery supplies blood flow to the hind brain and courses through, the transverse foramina of the cervical levels from C6 to […]

Opioids for Chronic Pain: Understanding Physical Dependence

Long-term Opioid Therapy Reconsidered: Understanding Physical Dependence Brought to you by Physicians for Responsible Opioid Prescribing TEXT With daily use, all patients will become physically dependent on opioids. Physical dependence can begin during the first week of treatment. BETTY TULLY, PATIENT Anybody who’s been on opioids for a long enough period of time knows that you just don’t say, “You […]

Syncope diagnosis USMLE review before the exam …

let’s have a quick review on syncope so in order for you to reach the etiology of syncope you would need to follow the following steps starting with the syncope onset so if the onset is gradual that means the reason for syncope is metabolic for example anemia hypoxia hypoglycemia if the onset is sudden that means you would need […]