Wednesday, 19 Feb 2020


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15 Feb 2020 Social RT @HealioRheum: Is #telemedicine the future for #rheumatology or a potential legal nightmare? Dr. Alvin Wells @DukeHealth and Dr. Orrin Tr…
15 Feb 2020 Social RT @Janetbirdope: Does telemedicine really save money OR add to costs? #RWCS2020 @RheumNow
13 Feb 2020 Social RT @Janetbirdope: Do you test for Chikungya titres in pt with transient rash, fever and myalgia pristine? #RWCS2020 @RheumNow
13 Feb 2020 Social RT @uptoTate: “Uveitis needs to be treated with every flare as it can lead to blindness (and other complications.)” a review of Uveitis inc…
13 Feb 2020 Social Shingles vaccine appears to reduce stroke risk by about 16% in older adults. In addition, the shingles vaccine may offer the strongest protection against stroke for people younger than 80
28 Jan 2020 News Book Review: “Great Health Care Value: Chronic Diseases, Practice Teams and Population Management”
24 Jan 2020 Social Article on Yahoo about "7 Red Flags You Need a New Rheumatologist" 1 )When they discourage your own research 2) Don’t believe you 3) Bad info on health insurance 4) Rx everyone the same 5) Dx by lab results 6 ) No questions allowed 7) "nothing I can do”
20 Jan 2020 Social Physicians estimate that about 15% of their patients - they dread to see; as they cause aversion, fear, despair or even malice. Washington post reviews how demanding patients should and should not be with their physicians.
17 Jan 2020 Social Thanks to Irwin and Rheuma Republic for this generous bio and profile of yours truly. RheumNow gives me a daily chance to spread the wealth or to get it right!
09 Jan 2020 Social Study of 1054 adults with septic bone, joint, prosthetic infections shows that 6 weeks of oral antibiotic therapy cost less and was noninferior to IV antibiotic therapy (success rate ~85% at 1 year) while being >20% cheaper
09 Jan 2020 Social #UTSW Rheumatology grand rounds with Dr Heidi Jacobi . Serologic and lab findings in patients with MOPHEA
28 Dec 2019 Social Doctors know medicines. But when a doctor treats him/herself the adage is that he/she has a fool for a patient. Remind your patients of this next time they try to test themselves with out the input if an expert
28 Dec 2019 Social RT @ACPinternists: #DidYouKnow Sir #WilliamOsler died ☠️ of what he called “the old man’s friend” (#pneumonia)? Learn more about the “fath…
23 Dec 2019 Blog Millennial Doctors: Digital natives and the death of medicine as we know it
19 Dec 2019 Social RT @KilianMD: #Doctors on the road: Which specialties are caught speeding most often?... Hilarious and awesome study, and a great interac…
14 Dec 2019 Social Great Full Text, Full Read review of obstructive sleep apnea in 12/3/19 Annals of Internal Medicine Mild OSA: AHI or REI ≥5 but <15 events/h Moderate OSA: AHI or REI ≥15 but <30 events/h Severe OSA: AHI or REI ≥30 events/h
13 Dec 2019 Social More than half of all US physicians recommend complementary health approaches (CHAs) to their pts - Most rec: massage therapy 30%, chiropractic/osteopathic manipulation 27%, herbs/supplements 26%, yoga 26% and acupuncture 22%.
30 Nov 2019 Social RT @psufka: Looks like the latest ACR on Air podcast is up — episode 5 — recorded during #ACR19 with host @hausmannMD and @DrBhana and myse…
19 Nov 2019 News Can the Happiest Subspecialists Experience Burnout?
13 Nov 2019 Social RT @DrKanikaMonga: “Health tech isn’t just the future, it is the present” - @gnayyar Listen to the incredible Dr. Geeta Nayyar talk to us…