"We need to change not medicine but the delivery of medicine before the current system changes us anymore," writes Henry Rosevear, MD.
A 63-year-old African-American male presents to the emergency department with sudden onset of painless gross hematuria for one day. He reports dark red urine with clots causing occasional dysuria, difficulty emptying, and light-headedness.
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Injury stemming from awkward maneuvers and equipment can and should be prevented, says Henry Rosevear, MD.
This quiz focuses on a 40-year-old female who presents with a history of right flank pain and first urinary tract infection (UTI). After treatment of the UTI, she noted her right flank pain continued.
"Fresh out of medical school, I had lofty plans for intern year... Fast forward through orientation, and the ACGME-approved 80-hour work week was quick to remind me of the alternate meaning of the word ‘intern’: to be held prisoner," writes Kiran Sury, MD.
"As surgeons, our first step toward improving the situation is to become significantly better at controlling postoperative pain using opioid-sparing protocols," writes Henry Rosevear, MD.
"Restoring form and function to my patients with my care and interventions is both intellectually challenging and rewarding," says Elodi Joy Dielubanza, MD.
"In the short to medium term, many urology practices are facing a tidal wave of increasing costs and decreasing revenue, which unless appropriate steps are taken, could cause significant financial problems in the future," writes Henry Rosevear, MD.
Ownership has advantages, but debt levels and contracts are considerations, according to Jeff Witz, CFP.