Abstracts in Urgent Care September 2021 - Lower Back Pain and more

Abstracts in Urgent Care – September 2021

Cooling Pain from Digital Nerve BlocksSafety of Corticosteroids in ChildrenPredicting the Course of Pediatric CAPIs Tranexamic Acid Helpful for Epistaxis?Drug Therapy for SciaticaImaging May Not Correlate with Lumbar PainCOVID-19 Vaccination in Lactating Patients Applying Ice Reduces Pain from Digital Nerve Blocks Take-home point: Use of an ice pack applied prior to the administration of a digital nerve block reduces pain from local anesthetic injection Citation: Rasooli F, Sotoodehnia M, Nejati A, Payandemehr P. The assessment of ice pack effect in pain reduction during digital nerve block: a randomized clinical study …
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Abstracts in Urgent Care – July/August 2021

Faster Diagnosis of STIsReduce ED Referrals for SVTKids’ Dental Pain and Quality of LifeUltrasound-Guided Blocks and Renal PainEI as a Leadership Attribute in Physicians Avijit Barai, MBBS, FACEM, FRNZCUC, MRCS, MSc (Critical Care), PgCertCPU Rapid Testing for Sexually Transmitted Infections Take-home point: A point-of-care (POC) test for chlamydia and gonorrhoea proved useful for rapid diagnosis of STI in both men and women. Citation: Van Der Pol B, Taylor SN, Mena L, et al. Evaluation of the performance of a point-of-care test for chlamydia and gonorrhea. JAMA Netw Open. 2020;1;3(5):e204819. Relevance: …
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Abstracts in Urgent Care – June 2021

Light Exercise and mTBIAsymptomatic Hypertension—What’s the Risk?Racial Factors in Pain TreatmentSupplemental Oxygen in ACSShorter Courses of Antibiotics for Pediatric CAPWho’s Behind that COVID-19 Mask?COVID-19 Infection in Healthcare Workers Light Exercise for Patients with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) Take-home point: There is no benefit for recovery in patients with mTBI randomized to light exercise compared with standard care. Citation: Varner C, Thompson C, de Wit K, et al. A randomized trial comparing prescribed light exercise to standard management for emergency department patients with acute mild traumatic brain injury. Acad Emerg …
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Focus on Pediatrics

Neuro Effects of COVID-19Melatonin and Children with Postconcussive SymptomsPediatric, Sports-Related ConcussionAcute Migraine in Children and Adolescents Emily Montgomery, MD and Kelsey Riggs, MS3 Neurologic Manifestations of COVID-19 Take-home point: COVID-19 has a variety of presentations that include neurologic manifestations—most commonly, headaches. Citation: Niazkar HR, Zibaee B, Nasimi A, Bahri N. The neurological manifestations of COVID-19: a review article. Neurol Sci. 2020 Jul;41(7):1667-1671. Relevance: More than 1/3 of patients with COVID-19 experience neurologic manifestations at some time in the disease course. Providers must be familiar with these signs and symptoms in …
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Abstracts in Urgent Care – April 2021

Acetaminophen vs Ibuprofen in ChildrenOptimizing Podcasts for LearningDosing Ketorolac IV in Renal ColicTorus Distal Radius FracturesAvulsion Fractures of the Fifth Metatarsal BaseCOVID-19 and ECGsLong-Term Sequelae of COVID-19COVID-19, Zinc, and Vitamin C Use of Acetaminophen and Ibuprofen for Fever and Pain in Young Children Take-home point: Acetaminophen and ibuprofen are both safe for short-term treatment of pain and fever in children under 2 years of age. Ibuprofen produces more rapid pain and fever relief than acetaminophen. Citation: Tan E, Braithwaite I, McKinlay C, et al. Comparison of acetaminophen (paracetamol) with ibuprofen …
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