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Laceration wound care patient handout
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Lead-time bias versus Length-time bias
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Figures are from-- and longer but not necessarily clearer explanations can be found here: http://ecp.acponline.org/marapr99/primer.htmLead-time bias: Overestimation of survival duration due to earlier detection by screening than
Left ventricular systolic dysfunction
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Management of asymptomatic LVSD EF <=40%ACE-inhibitor or angiotensin II receptor blocker ARB [titrated to maximum tolerated dose]beta-blocker
Legal limits of intoxicants while driving
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Alcohol most jurisdictions:0.08 gm/dL 80 mg/dL Marijuana Washington state:5 ng/mL &Delta-9 THC see: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25217548
Low Back Pain -- Summary of Clinical Practice Guidelines
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Source: http://topalbertadoctors.org/cpgs/885801 
LOW RISK ACS CHEST PAIN
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Source: Academic Life in Emergency Medicine
Legionella pneumonia
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Source: Academic Life in Emergency Medicine 
Lichen sclerosus (Lichen sclerosus et atrophicus, LS&A)
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See also: Vulvar lesions A chronic inflammatory condition of the anogenital region that most commonly affects women. May have an autoimmune pathogenesis. Sx Characterized by Anogenital disco
Lifetime attributable risk of cancer from CT
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Source: Academic Life in Emergency Medicine 
Lithium toxicity
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Causes of toxicity in patients chronically taking lithium Toxic ingestion Dehydration Over-diuresis Drug-drug interaction (particularly NSAIDs) Sx Lit
Local anesthetic toxicity calculations and nomogram
Posted by dkwinter Source Academic Life in Emergency Medicine
 
Low Back Pain
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Mechanical low back painLumbar strainDegenerative diseaseDiscs spondylosisFacet jointsSpondylolisthesis