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Coronavirus Differential Diagnosis for Primary Care Nurse Practitioners

Not only are you new to practice, but you’re dealing with a new virus AND likely doing it by telemedicine. This isn’t easy. In this video I’m covering the top differentials to consider when your patients are asking about coronavirus, how to differentiate between them, and how to decide about who to test and what …

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Coronavirus – Covid 19: What Your Need to Know | Nurse Practitioners

This is a scary, unprecedented times for providers, and is especially tough for newly minted nurse practitioners. I’ve gotten a lot of questions about coronavirus aka COVID-19 (but actually, SARS-Cov-2 is it’s real name). What we know feels like it’s changing by the minute, but below I’ve done an update for what we know so …

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Lower Extremity Edema Causes | Case Study for New Nurse Practitioners

Seeing “lower leg swelling” as the chief complaint for my patient as a new nurse practitioner was incredibly stressful. Should you give diuretics for symptom control? Is this something serious or totally ordinary? I had an awesome case last week and immediately thought of you– and it was one that I actually got a double-check …

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