Think of the last time you oversaw a patient situation like:
Margaret, age 82, comes to your office for a screening colonoscopy
. She is very healthy and has never had a previous screening colonoscopy. Should she have one?
Or Sam, age 86, has been hospitalized twice in the past three years for bleeding duodenal ulcers. He stopped his Proton Pump Inhibitor
because he read that it causes dementia and heart attacks…
In just one hour of time,
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