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141. 2017 ACC/AHA/HRS Guideline for the Evaluation and Management of Patients With Syncope Full Text available with Trip Pro

specialists, neurologists, emergency physicians, general internists, geriatric specialists, sports medicine specialists, and other healthcare professionals involved in the care of this very large and heterogeneous population. It is not a review of physiology, pathophysiology, or mechanisms of underlying conditions associated with syncope. The nature of syncope as a symptom required that the writing committee consider numerous conditions for which it can be a symptom, and as much as possible, we have

2017 American Heart Association

144. Diagnosis and Treatment of Low Back Pain

weeks), subacute (4-12 weeks), or chronic (more than 12 weeks), and as such, the management of patients differs with the duration of the pain (see the Glossary in Appendix D for additional definitions). Axial/non-radiating LBP can be caused by mechanical problems, degenerative disc disease, facet joint arthropathy, or bulging or herniated intervertebral discs.[2] LBP may occur in the presence of radiculopathy or neurogenic claudication. The nature of pain in some patients may be myofascial (...) ? Alternating buttock pain ? Awakening due to low back pain during the second part of the night (early morning awakening) ? Younger age Herniated disc ? Radicular back pain (e.g., sciatica) ? Lower extremity dysesthesia and/or paraesthesia ? Positive straight-leg-raise test or crossed straight-leg-raise test ? Severe/progressive lower extremity neurologic deficits ? Symptoms present for more than one month Spinal stenosis ? Radicular back pain (e.g., sciatica) ? Lower extremity dysesthesia

2017 VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guidelines

146. AIM Clinical Appropriateness Guidelines for Spine Surgery

of the spinal cord from spondylosis, large disc extrusions or OPLL ? Anterior cervical discectomy/fusion/internal fixation (ACDF) - decompression of the nerve roots or spinal cord by disc or osteophyte removal, with or without a fusion ? Posterior cervical foraminotomy - for nerve root decompression in cases of soft posterolateral disc herniation or bony foraminal stenosis ? Posterior laminectomy with or without fusion - for congenital stenosis, multilevel central stenosis from spondylosis, or multiple (...) versus physiotherapy alone. J Neurosurg Spine. 2017;26(1):19-27. 4 Gebremariam L, Koes BW, Peul WC, et al. Evaluation of treatment effectiveness for the herniated cervical disc: a systematic review. Spine. 2012;37(2):E109-18. 5 Kadanka Z, Bednarik J, Novotny O. Cervical spondylotic myelopathy: conservative versus surgical treatment after 10 years. Eur Spine J. 2011;20(9):1533-8. 6 Lebl DR, Bono CM. Update on the Diagnosis and Management of Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy. The Journal of the American

2017 AIM Specialty Health

147. Pelvic Girdle Pain in the Antepartum Population: Physical Therapy Clinical Practice Guidelines Linked to the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health From the Section on Women's Health and the Orthopaedic Section of the American Full Text available with Trip Pro

as reviewers of the first draft of this CPG: ACOG guidelines Coding Manipulative therapy Obstetric physical therapy Orthopedic physical therapy rehabilitation Outcomes research Pain science PGP rehabilitation Physical therapy academic education Women's health physical therapy education Comments from these reviewers were utilized by the authors to edit this CPG prior to submission to the Journal of Women's Health Physical Therapy and the Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy . In addition

2017 American Physical Therapy Association

148. CRACKCast E057 – Knee and Lower Leg

to osteoporotic bones Most involve the lateral plateau and are INTRA-ARTICULAR A segond fracture = bone avulsion of the lateral tibial plateau Seen on the AP knee x-ray as a lateral avulsion # Lateral capsular ligament avulsion Can be associated with an ACL tear and rotatory instability Usually sports related injury: knee flexion, internal rotation and varus Examination: Key to examine the distal pulses (high risk of popliteal artery injury) Must assess peroneal nerve function (foot dorsiflexion) Consider (...) to reduce these on the field or ASAP in the ER after sedation Smooth gentle knee extension passively Gentle anteriomedial assistance Important to get an AP, lateral and skyline view post Rosen’s states 3-6 weeks of knee immobilization ?! But this duration causes huge muscle wasting morbidity Patients should have good sports medicine followup 7) List 6 overuse syndromes Patello-femoral pain syndrome Iliotibial band syndrome Peripatellar Tendinitis Plica syndrome (redundant folds of synovium) Popliteus

2017 CandiEM

149. CRACKCast E089 – Esophagus, Stomach & Duodenum

are the types of gastric volvulus? List risk factors for each. Describe the ED management. This is a life-threatening closed-loop obstruction of the stomach! Because the stomach is only fixed a two points – it can easily twist on itself. Defined by a few different ways: Cause: primary vs. secondary Primary: subdiaphragmatic – stabilizing ligaments are too lax. Secondary: Supradiaphragmatic – due to diaphragmatic defects (hiatal hernia, gastric ulcer/cancer, diaphragm paralysis, and other). Anatomy: axis (...) of rotation Twisting on its long axis (organoaxial) Twisting on its short axis (mesenteroaxial) Onset: acute vs. chronic Look for the triad: severe epigastric pain and distension; vomiting with violent retching; inability to pass an NG tube. In children: look for sudden life-threatening events with apnea/cyanosis/respiratory distress! Risk factors: Age 40-50 yrs Paraesophageal hernia **20% of cases occur in infants due to a congenital diaphragmatic defect (secondary) Management: This disease can result

2017 CandiEM

150. CRACKCast E087 – Peripheral Arteriovascular Disease

and the top of the shoulder Key finding: progressive, crescendoing symptoms that become intolerable! Symptoms should affect the hand AND the shoulder/arm. The EAST assesses for all three types of thoracic outlet syndrome. Other test for arterial variant: Blood pressures in upper arms, if > 20mmHg systolic difference in the asymptomatic limb can suggest arterial stenosis. Differential diagnosis and Management: Herniated cervical disk, cervical spondylitis, spinal cord tumors, peripheral nerve compression (...) . He currently divides his time as an EM Physician in Calgary (SHC/FMC) and in Sports Medicine. His interests are in endurance sports, exercise as medicine, and wilderness medical education. When he isn’t outdoors with his family, he's brewing a coffee or dreaming up an adventure….. Latest posts by Chris Lipp ( ) - July 2, 2018 - June 25, 2018 - June 21, 2018 Type and Press “enter” to Search Categories

2017 CandiEM

151. CRACKCast E035 – Back Pain

CORD or ROOT impingement Wisecracks 1) Describe the most common sites of disc protrusion with their associated neurologic findings Disc Protrusion and Signs: Pathophysiology Systems involved: Vascular Visceral Infectious Mechanical Rheumatologic Anatomy to think through: spinal column, cord, root, muscles, Spinal cord ends at L1 Disc herniation Normally the nucleus pulposus (gelatinous) is enclosed by the annulus fibrosus. With aging the annulus thins posteriorly which can lead to HERNIATION (...) . Protrusion — extrusion — sequestration 95% of herniation occur at L4-S1 spaces – with associated radicular symptoms L5: decreased sensation to first webspace in foot Weak extension of the great toe and NORMAL reflexes S1 Decreased sensation to lateral foot and small toe Weak plantar flexion and +/- ankle jerk reflex loss Disk extrusion – is usually symptomatic, the others usually are NOT ⅔ resolve in 6 months on MRI 75% of people’s symptoms improve in 6 weeks If spinal stenosis, it worsens over time

2017 CandiEM

152. CRACKCast E033 – Acute Pelvic Pain in Women

trimester ectopic pregnancy/ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome threatened abortion/non-viable pregnancy 2nd-3rd trimester placenta previa placental abruption round ligament pain/braxston hicks Intestinal tract Appendicitis / ischemic bowel / perforated viscous / IBS/IBD / etc. Urinary Tract Pyelonephritis / cystitis / ureteral stone Vascular Septic pelvic thrombophlebitis / ovarian vein thrombosis / sickle cell disease Musculoskeletal Muscular strain/sprain / hernia / abdominal wall hematoma Neuro (...) by Adam Thomas ( ) - July 2, 2018 - June 25, 2018 - June 21, 2018 Chris Lipp is one of the founding Fathers for CrackCast. He currently divides his time as an EM Physician in Calgary (SHC/FMC) and in Sports Medicine. His interests are in endurance sports, exercise as medicine, and wilderness medical education. When he isn’t outdoors with his family, he's brewing a coffee or dreaming up an adventure….. Latest posts by Chris Lipp ( ) - July 2, 2018 - June 25, 2018 - June 21, 2018 Follow CRACKCast

2017 CandiEM

153. Healthcare performance reporting bodies

of a dataset. This includes data of functional status and activities — the ICES in Ontario HEALTHCARE PERFORMANCE REPORTING BODIES | SAX INSTITUTE 13 • Use of Patient Reported Outcomes Measures (PROMs) in England (NHS England and the HSCIC) for four types of surgery — hip and knee replacements, varicose vein, and inguinal hernias • The widespread use of sets of hospital indicators as ‘ambulatory care sensitive’ or preventable hospitalisations, “these are conditions for which hospitalisation should be able

2016 Sax Institute Evidence Check

154. Developmental rheumatology in children. Scenario: Hypermobility in children

activities [ ; ]. Other causes of heel pain in children and adolescents include [ ; ]: Achilles tendinitis — rare under 14 years of age. May occur in jumping athletes and people with a sudden increase in sporting activity. Retrocalcaneal bursitis — may be caused by traumatic overactivity. Calcaneal fracture — stress fractures occur with repetitive trauma and may be misdiagnosed as a foot sprain. Fractures can also result from injuries such as a fall from a height, or direct blow to the calcaneus (...) sportspeople and dancers [ ]. Some people are symptomatic — this is known as joint hypermobility syndrome. Features include joint hypermobility with muscle and joint pain and fatigue, especially in the evening after an active day; late walking with bottom shuffling instead of walking; poor handwriting and ball catching skills; and, rarely, easy bruising and joint clicking; abdominal pain which may be associated with bladder and bowel dysfunction; postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS); hernia

2019 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

155. Developmental rheumatology in children. Scenario: In-toeing gait in children

activities [ ; ]. Other causes of heel pain in children and adolescents include [ ; ]: Achilles tendinitis — rare under 14 years of age. May occur in jumping athletes and people with a sudden increase in sporting activity. Retrocalcaneal bursitis — may be caused by traumatic overactivity. Calcaneal fracture — stress fractures occur with repetitive trauma and may be misdiagnosed as a foot sprain. Fractures can also result from injuries such as a fall from a height, or direct blow to the calcaneus (...) sportspeople and dancers [ ]. Some people are symptomatic — this is known as joint hypermobility syndrome. Features include joint hypermobility with muscle and joint pain and fatigue, especially in the evening after an active day; late walking with bottom shuffling instead of walking; poor handwriting and ball catching skills; and, rarely, easy bruising and joint clicking; abdominal pain which may be associated with bladder and bowel dysfunction; postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS); hernia

2019 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

156. Developmental rheumatology in children. Scenario: Heel pain in children

activities [ ; ]. Other causes of heel pain in children and adolescents include [ ; ]: Achilles tendinitis — rare under 14 years of age. May occur in jumping athletes and people with a sudden increase in sporting activity. Retrocalcaneal bursitis — may be caused by traumatic overactivity. Calcaneal fracture — stress fractures occur with repetitive trauma and may be misdiagnosed as a foot sprain. Fractures can also result from injuries such as a fall from a height, or direct blow to the calcaneus (...) sportspeople and dancers [ ]. Some people are symptomatic — this is known as joint hypermobility syndrome. Features include joint hypermobility with muscle and joint pain and fatigue, especially in the evening after an active day; late walking with bottom shuffling instead of walking; poor handwriting and ball catching skills; and, rarely, easy bruising and joint clicking; abdominal pain which may be associated with bladder and bowel dysfunction; postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS); hernia

2019 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

157. Antenatal care - uncomplicated pregnancy

pregnancy but should avoid scuba diving and sports that may cause abdominal trauma, falls, or excessive joint stress. Working — most women can continue working during pregnancy. To allow a pregnant woman to continue working after 33 weeks, her GP or midwife must inform her employer that she may continue to do so. The law states that a women is not allowed to return to employment in the 2 weeks following childbirth. Maternity benefits — including information on entitlement to take time off work (...) pregnancy is associated with adverse outcomes. To avoid sports that may cause abdominal trauma (for example vigorous racquet sports), falls, or excessive joint stress. Scuba diving should be avoided as it has been associated with an increased risk of birth defects and fetal decompression disease. Medicines and complimentary therapies What advice can I give regarding use of medicines and complementary therapies during pregnancy? Advise the woman to check with her GP or pharmacist before taking any: Over

2019 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

158. Developmental rheumatology in children. Scenario: Delayed walking in children

activities [ ; ]. Other causes of heel pain in children and adolescents include [ ; ]: Achilles tendinitis — rare under 14 years of age. May occur in jumping athletes and people with a sudden increase in sporting activity. Retrocalcaneal bursitis — may be caused by traumatic overactivity. Calcaneal fracture — stress fractures occur with repetitive trauma and may be misdiagnosed as a foot sprain. Fractures can also result from injuries such as a fall from a height, or direct blow to the calcaneus (...) sportspeople and dancers [ ]. Some people are symptomatic — this is known as joint hypermobility syndrome. Features include joint hypermobility with muscle and joint pain and fatigue, especially in the evening after an active day; late walking with bottom shuffling instead of walking; poor handwriting and ball catching skills; and, rarely, easy bruising and joint clicking; abdominal pain which may be associated with bladder and bowel dysfunction; postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS); hernia

2019 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

159. Developmental rheumatology in children. Scenario: Knock knees in children

activities [ ; ]. Other causes of heel pain in children and adolescents include [ ; ]: Achilles tendinitis — rare under 14 years of age. May occur in jumping athletes and people with a sudden increase in sporting activity. Retrocalcaneal bursitis — may be caused by traumatic overactivity. Calcaneal fracture — stress fractures occur with repetitive trauma and may be misdiagnosed as a foot sprain. Fractures can also result from injuries such as a fall from a height, or direct blow to the calcaneus (...) sportspeople and dancers [ ]. Some people are symptomatic — this is known as joint hypermobility syndrome. Features include joint hypermobility with muscle and joint pain and fatigue, especially in the evening after an active day; late walking with bottom shuffling instead of walking; poor handwriting and ball catching skills; and, rarely, easy bruising and joint clicking; abdominal pain which may be associated with bladder and bowel dysfunction; postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS); hernia

2019 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

160. Developmental rheumatology in children. Scenario: Out-toeing

activities [ ; ]. Other causes of heel pain in children and adolescents include [ ; ]: Achilles tendinitis — rare under 14 years of age. May occur in jumping athletes and people with a sudden increase in sporting activity. Retrocalcaneal bursitis — may be caused by traumatic overactivity. Calcaneal fracture — stress fractures occur with repetitive trauma and may be misdiagnosed as a foot sprain. Fractures can also result from injuries such as a fall from a height, or direct blow to the calcaneus (...) sportspeople and dancers [ ]. Some people are symptomatic — this is known as joint hypermobility syndrome. Features include joint hypermobility with muscle and joint pain and fatigue, especially in the evening after an active day; late walking with bottom shuffling instead of walking; poor handwriting and ball catching skills; and, rarely, easy bruising and joint clicking; abdominal pain which may be associated with bladder and bowel dysfunction; postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS); hernia

2019 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

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