High TSH Levels: Lab Interpretation for New Grad NPsOct 22, 2019
Finding a high TSH on a screening test or when you've ordered it for a fatigue workup is SO common in primary care.
But when do you actually need to treat it? And how?
Diagnosis and Management of High TSH
Using a case study, you'll learn:
- When to worry about a high TSH
- The first steps you need to take first to manage it
- How to follow up and assess your treatment
- And other pearls of practice when it comes to a TSH
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Lab Interpretation Crash Course
If you liked this episode, it's a sneak preview of how we cover labs inside our comprehensive Lab Interpretation Crash Course. It covers CBC, CMP, Urinalysis, Dipstick & Microscopy, TSH, Lipids & top Endocrine labs in primary care, and comes with lifetime access and continuing education credits! Check it out here.
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