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AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

Twice a month, faculty and residents of the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix Family Medicine Residency discuss key clinical points from each issue of American Family Physician (AFP). AFP publishes clinical reviews that help keep physicians current with advances in diagnosis and treatment (http://www.aafp.org/afp). Contributing editor: Dr. Steven Brown.
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Now displaying: May, 2024
May 31, 2024

Atrial fibrillation (1:30), sFlt-1/PlGF ratio in preeclampsia (4:50), hyaluronic acid for wounds (6:40), substance misuse (9:00), nirsevimab (12:50), and AFP Clinical Answers (14:10).

May 16, 2024

Acute pericarditis (1:30), saw palmetto for benign prostatic hyperplasia (5:30), baclofen for alcohol use disorder (8:00), nausea and vomiting (10:30), fecal microbiota spores for Clostridioides difficile (15:20), and monoclonal antibody therapy for Alzheimer disease (18:20).

May 1, 2024

Noninsulin therapy for type 2 diabetes mellitus (1:50), high-dose flu vaccine (4:40), remote psychotherapy for chronic pain (6:20), lumbar spinal stenosis (8:30), primary care access in areas with aging populations (12:40), and herbal medicines for functional dyspepsia (14:10).

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