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#333 Prescribing pearls, Periop Medicine, PMR, Gout, OSA, Nocturia, Food as Medicine, a new Obesity paradigm, and rethinking Afib! ACP #IM2022 Highlights
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We recap the top pearls from ACP #IM2022 including important drug interactions/intolerance (acetaminophen, tramadol, ticagrelor, nirmatrelvir-ritonavir), perioperative medicine (bridging, DOAC reversal agents, dental procedures, MINS), recognizing PMR, when to initiate urate-lowering therapy in gout, glucocorticoid-induced osteoporosis, food as medicine, dietary potassium, OSA, nocturia, telemedicine and health equity, a new obesity medicine paradigm, advances in HIV/PrEP, and rethinking atrial fibrillation!
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- Tapering long-term opioids
- Physician Wellbeing
- Common drug interactions (acetaminophen, ticagrelor, tramadol, Nirmatrelvir-ritonavir)
- Perioperative medicine (bridging, DOAC reversal agents, dental procedures, MINS)
- Nocturia and OSA
- Food as Medicine
- Rheumatology (how to diagnose PMR, when to initiate ULT for gout and steroid-induced osteoporosis)
- Avi’s pearls on (diversity, telemedicine, telehealth, burnout)
- Obesity medicine (a new paradigm and a new medication)
- HIV in primary care (PrEP, long-acting injectable antiviral therapy)
- Atrial fibrillation
- Written, Produced, and Hosted by: Nora Taranto MD; Molly Heublein MD; Chris Chiu MD, FACP, FAAP; Avital O’Glasser MD, FACP; Alan Dow MD, FACP; Matthew Watto MD, FACP; Paul Williams MD, FACP
- Show Notes: Matthew Watto MD, FACP
- Cover Art: Chris Chiu MD, FACP, FAAP
- Production team: Pod Paste
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