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- Presented as Resident debate #2, Dr. Do-Yeon Cho vs. Dr. Duncan Meiklejohn (Dr. Meiklejohn's presentation with title, "The Argument for Surgery ..." starts at time 00:13:56). Debate #1 not recorded.
- Radical neck dissectionAccessSurgery
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- Reduction of Paraphimosis in Boys 2013NEJM"Paraphimosis is a urologic emergency that must be treated immediately in the emergency department. In most cases, manual reduction, which is a noninvasive technique, is effective."
- Reduction of pulled elbow 2014NEJM"Pulled elbow is a common injury in young children. Reduction of a pulled elbow is a simple and benign intervention that can be performed in an outpatient setting with rapid results. Some studies have shown that the hyperpronation method is more effective than supination and may be less painful.5,6 Clinicians should be competent in treating this common pediatric injury.."
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- Reinventing the Tracheostomy / Elizabeth Zambricki -- Quality Improvement Project: A Standardized Bedside Surgical Airway Form / Duncan Meiklejohn
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- "Temporomandibular joint dislocation is easily diagnosed. If there are no facial fractures, repositioning should be performed as soon as possible, to avoid unnecessary discomfort for the patient. After the jaw has been repositioned, patients generally do well, provided that they follow the instructions for aftercare."
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- Resection of small intestineAccessSurgery
- Resection of the tail of the pancreasAccessSurgery
- Debate 1. There is evidence-based support for the use of antiviral medication, systemic steroids, and/or intratympanic steroids for the treatment of idiopathic sudden sensorineural hearing loss / PRO: Anaïs Rameau, CON: Ryan Williams -- Debate 2. Asymptomatic disease of the frontal sinus should/should not be managed with frontal sinusotomy in the setting of primary FESS / PRO: JoAnn Czechowicz, CON: Stuart Ginn.
- Resident work-hours how to optimize care and education.SUNet ID login required
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- Richard E. Behrman Endowed Lecture Series in Pediatrics-- Abusive Head Trauma Myths, Media and Medicine.SUNet ID login required
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- Right adrenalectomy. Single veinAccessSurgery
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- Road to Professionalism-- A Life Long Journey from medical student to medical trainee to faculty member.
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- Role of Primary Care in Screening and Managing Teen DepressionSUNet ID login requiredObjectives: Encourage primary care providers to screen for and manage teen depression -- Increase knowledge about treatment of depression (behaviorial and pharmacologic) -- Describe the principles of collaborative care -- provide resources to help care for teens with depression)
- Role of the pediatrician in the management of eating disordersSUNet ID login required
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