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#61 Assessment Part-5 Red Flags and Critical Diagnosis Management

#61 Assessment Part-5 Red Flags and Critical Diagnosis Management In both the chronic and acute care setting the presentation of concerning clinical signs and symptoms can create a diagnostic and management quandary. If ongoing the presentation may simply need to be watched and monitored, if new or exacerbated the presentation may require acute work up …

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#62 COVID-19 Part-1 Clinician Updates

#62 COVID-19 Part-1 Clinician Updates With the urgent and changing landscape off the COVID-19 Pandemic several urgent needs arise for healthcare providers in the area of patient management. While this CE is NOT meant to re-hash the “known” factors such as social isolation, quarantine, hand washing etc. it IS designed to look at potential needs …

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#63 Assessment Part-6 Managing Comorbidity in Chronic Cases

#63 Assessment Part-6 Managing Comorbidity in Chronic Cases The chronically ill patient is difficult to manage considering their primary concerns regardless of cause. And while they often have infectious, hormonal, GI, toxic or many other underlying conditions to manage it is often the “transitory symptoms” that create the biggest clinical management troubles. In this webinar …

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#35 PHARM Part-13 Migraine Assessment and Treatment

#35 PHARM Part-13 Migraine Assessment and Treatment Overview – Migraine Myths Migraine is neither an “extreme headache” nor a psychosomatic condition, as many patients and some healthcare providers continue to believe. One of the most pervasive misconceptions is that migraine is a vascular disease. Current and emerging evidence disproves this notion and has established that …

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#31 Food Allergy and Sensitivity Syndromes

#31 Food Allergy and Sensitivity Syndromes Food Allergy and Sensitivity Syndromes Topic Outline: Immunology Food Allergy and Sensitivity Basics Types of testing Implications of Testing Interventions and Monitoring

#23 Assessment Part-1 Chronic Cases Review and Clinical Thinking

#23 Assessment Part-1 Chronic Cases Review and Clinical Thinking Modern chronic illness is more complex and difficult to assess and treat than ever before. Aggravating factors such as infectious and immune effect, genomic variations, toxicants and others make the chronically ill patient complex. This session is designed to list the research behind these crossover points …

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#20 Chronic Infections Part-2 Infectious Agents Lyme and Others

#20 Chronic Infections Part-2 Infectious Agents Lyme and Others n this webinar, Dr. Anderson will discuss Lyme Disease: A top-down approach In the last webinar, we discussed the various levels of assessment and management in the chronically infected patient. The focus was mainly on assessment and management of this complex category of human illness, and …

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