1231. Management options in esophageal FB // Management of button battery ingestion // Which objects need early removal based on size i.e. maximum allowable dimensions
1230. Complications of esophageal FB // Signs & symptoms of esophageal FB // If a patient with prior esophageal stenting p/w esophageal FB symptoms, what is likely dx? // Sensitivity of plain films for impacted fish bone, next imaging modality
1229. Management of stable airway FB / Patient in extremis / Postremoval management // GI foreign body – when to consider early endoscopy
1228. Airway FB "penetration syndrome" // Signs & symptoms of airway foreign body // Orientation of esophageal FB vs. tracheal FB // Xray findings in bronchial FB
1227. S/sx nasal foreign body and management techniques // Airway FB: peak incidence, site of obstruction in adults vs. kids // Cafe coronary: MI vs. food airway FB
1226. Radial keratotomy with ocular foreign body sensation concern // Tool for removing non-corneal ocular foreign bodies // What type of eye patient shouldn't be instrumented? How to manage corneal FB with and without rust ring // Contraindication to irrigation technique in ear FB
1225. Tetanus prophylaxis grid
Addendum Sept 2010
There are alternative recommendations that do take into consideration the wound. This grid gives you permission to not give TIG to someone with a clean minor wound and an incomplete or unknown vaccination series. Me like.
From: Atkinson W, Wolfe S, Hamborsky J, et al. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Epidemiology and prevention of vaccine- preventable diseases. 11th ed. Washington DC: Public Health Foundation; 2009:276.
1224. Features of an optimal wound dressing // Dressing a lac closed primarily // Wounds near joints // How many days for suture removal?
1223. Techniques to reduce wound tension // When to use chromic, silk, monofilament // Which types of wounds rouinely require abx? // Main pathogen in cat bite, human bite