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A Master Clinicians Medical Education Podcast hosted by, Dr. Frank Illuzzi. Join us every 2 weeks as a master clinician guest is invited to share some tips and tricks of the trade and teach the art of medicine.

On this episode

Dr. Frank Illuzzi is joined by Dr. Hong Choi (Director of Physician Academy at CityMD) as they discuss wound care in the urgent care setting. Dr. Choi shares some great tips and techniques you can use in your practice right away. 

Watch the full episode worth 1 FREE CME credit. 

This one hour video podcast reviews common urgent care cases involving wound care, laceration repair, irrigation, and anesthesia. 

 You will learn,

  • Learn to manage patient expectations when performing nerve blocks.
  • Learn approaches to wound debridement and understand the importance.
  • Learn to evaluate deep structures when approaching common joint lacerations.

MC Video Podcast Series: Wound Care (1 CME credit)

Continuing Medical Education

Credit Designation: This internet enduring material is designated for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. CME credit approval pending.

 

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Excellent

Katrina Hanscom

I work in urgent care and this was an excellent review for me!

sara cocke

great podcast.

crystal jackson

Great reinforcement of "what not to miss".

John F Meyer

Xray series is so helpful!

juliane everest

Great Overview

Carley Dykstra

Enjoyed this presentation and clinical pearls

Enjoyed this presentation and clinical pearls

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Great insight

jill DeRosa

Excellent

KAILASH ACHARYA

good presentation, encourages more thorough evaluation of EKG's

Esther Klinger

Urgent care excellent

Dana Veatch

High quality

High quality

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Great course

Brittany Lander

good presentation and especially indicators of PE's

Esther Klinger

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