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CCFP Exam Topic review, Low Risk Obstetrics, and Primary Care and Family Medicine in Canada.
CCFP 105 Topics: Loss of Consciousness
Syncope = a brief loss of consciousness and postural tone that resolves spontaneously with a return to baseline neurological function within seconds or a few minutes.
Presyncope = near LOC. Should be worked up the same as we know it portends a similar risk of downstream badness as syncope. presyncope is “I almost lost consciousness and then recovered” → more of acute thing. The final common pathway of syncope is the same regardless of the underlying cause. In general, 10 seconds of interrupted blood flow to the brain.
CCFP 105 Topics: Tips and Tricks Updates - 2023
An update episode for 2023 on some tips and tricks for both the SAMP and SOOs from the founders of The Review Course: Dr Paul Dhillon and Dr Simon Moore.
New bundled labs that are okay What guidelines are too new? Review the SNO PQRST method AND, get $100 off The Review Course in 2024 by using the code 'GenerEhlist' when you register.
CCFP 105 Topics: Immigrants
CCFP 105 Topics: Loss of Weight
Written By: Savannah Leigh Bennet and Samantha Kent, FM PGY-2s, Memorial University
Expert Review By: Dr Gillian Morrison, Geriatrician, St John's Newfoundland
CCFP 105 Topics: Renal Failure
Hello and welcome to another episode of The GenerEhlist’s CFPC 105 topics podcast.
● Today’s topic is renal failure
● This episode was written by Vaishvi Patel, a third-year medical student from the University of Alberta, and Ronan Noble an MD/PhD student from the UofA as well, and it was reviewed by Dr. Whitney Hung, an internal medicine senior resident in Edmonton, AB.
Low Risk Obstetrics: Gestational Diabetes and Neonatal Hypoglycemia
Episode Written By : Kyla Freeman PGY3 Content Reviewer : Dr. Charley Boyd, FP working Obstetrics Hosts : Kyla Freeman, Patricia Massel Artwork : Aikansha Chawla
In today's episode we review the basics of gestational diabetes screening and management. We also briefly discuss the newborn hypoglycemia screening protocol for infants born to gestational parents with diabetes and first steps of management.
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