Archive for February 2020

To feed or not to feed: A practical approach to food allergies in children

by Matthew J. Clayton, DO villagegreenpeds@gmail.comVillage Green Pediatrics I am a Provo native who went to Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona for medical school and completed my internship in med/peds at Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix before switching to a general pediatric residency program at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.  After residency I spent two months at an island clinic…

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LiveCare

LiveCareUSA.com1-800-993-4233info@livecareusa.com252 W 37th St New York, New York 10018 For more information, please contact: Peri AvitanPeri@livecareusa.com LiveCare has brought the Remote Patient Monitoring Industry into the 21st century by creating the Link+, a Smart Home Gateway that integrates all the Medical Devices in the patient’s home by using a touch-free Syncing Process. The Link+ provides a…

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Screening and Treating Alcohol Use Disorders in Primary Care

By Paula Cook, MD, DFASAM University of Utah Paulajcook@gmail.com801-671-2454 Paula Cook is a board certified physician in Family and Addiction Medicine. She is the assistant director of training for the Addiction Medicine Fellowship at the University of Utah and is involved with the University Bridge program, the Opioid Response Network Grant, Project Echo and mentoring…

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Common Colorectal Problems Encountered in Primary Care

By Gabriela M. Vargas, MD, MS, FACSProliance Surgeons Puyallup Surgical Consultants Dr. Gabriela Vargas is a board certified general surgeon and colorectal surgery specialist.  Dr. Vargas earned her Medical and Bachelor of Science degrees from the University of Utah and the University of Utah School of Medicine. She completed a general surgery residency at the University…

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Recent Advances in the Management of Hyperkalemia

By Biff Palmer, MDProfessor of Internal MedicineDistinguished Teaching ProfessorUniversity of Texas Southwestern Medical CenterDallas, Texas Biff Franklin Palmer, MD, is a tenured Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas.  He has authored more than 240 articles and chapters and served on the nephrology subspecialty board for the American…

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LGBTQ+ Health Topics

By Erika Anne Sullivan, MD, MS, MSUniversity of Utah, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine Erika.Sullivan@hsc.utah.edu Dr. Sullivan is a board certified family physician. She completed her residency in Family Medicine from the University of Utah in 2014. She attended medical school and graduate school at the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine, where…

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Let’s Talk About Sex: How to Take a Better Sexual History

By Erika Anne Sullivan, MD, MS, MSUniversity of Utah, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine Erika.Sullivan@hsc.utah.edu Dr. Sullivan is a board certified family physician. She completed her residency in Family Medicine from the University of Utah in 2014. She attended medical school and graduate school at the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine, where…

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Fibromyalgia Topic

By Steven Call, MD stevencallmd@gmail.com 801-226-0737Utah Valley RheumatologyDr. Call is from Utah and has been in practice for nearly 12 years in Utah County. His father and brother are also Rheumatologists.  Slideshow Handout

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