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Getting it right: Correctly diagnosing sore throat, ear pain, dysuria and l...

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OHSU Robertson Collaborative Life Sciences Building (RLSB)

2730 Southwest Moody Avenue

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Portland, OR 97201

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Common chief complaints in pediatric primary care are ear pain, sore throat, dysuria, and cough. Despite how frequently they are seen, they are commonly misdiagnosed! This class will help the learner confidently distinguish

  • streptococcal pharyngitis versus viral pharyngitis (think again: it's not as easy as a rapid strep test!)
  • acute otitis media versus otitis media with effusion
  • urinary tract infection versus vulvitis (in the young female) or subclinical balanitis (in the young male)
  • bronchiolitis versus asthma versus pneumonia (will review all 3 general categories of pneumonia).

In addition to discerning the proper diagnoses for each chief complaint, we will review the latest recommendations in treatment. After all, you must have the proper diagnosis to properly proceed with treatment! 3.5 CE's provided.

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OHSU Robertson Collaborative Life Sciences Building (RLSB)

2730 Southwest Moody Avenue

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Portland, OR 97201

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