IFEHC would like to be a resource for other healthcare professionals as well. IFEHC intends this page to be a work in progress and encourages anyone with input to make suggestions. These documents are currently presented as a running list that anyone can edit. If you wish to be acknowledged for contributions, reach the Medical Director at info@IFEHC.com.
DISCLAIMER: Most of the works linked by this page are intended to serve solely as review material for an expert audience. In other words, they are essentially study guides. They are intended to be collaborative works. As such, anyone can edit these documents. Because IFEHC is not in a position to monitor these documents at all times, it cannot assume liability for their contents. It is a reasonable assumption that the intended audience, if using these documents for their intended purposes (i.e., review), will recognize any incorrect information. IFEHC asks that errors be brought to the attention of the Medical Director (info@IFEHC.com).
Check out the latest recommendations of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF). These preventive medicine guidelines cover three domains: counseling, preventive medication, and screening. IFEHC uses recommendations given Grade A or B and encourages its patients to be familiar with these guidelines.
An approach to differential diagnoses. There are two main pillars to differential diagnoses: ruling out emergencies and focusing on the most common diagnoses.
Errors to avoid and advice for avoiding.
Defensive medicine is the ordering of unnecessary tests with the intention of reducing litigation. Unfortunately, unnecessary tests can pose harms. They can also lead to false positives and incorrect management. In short, unnecessary tests can be incredibly dangerous. This resource is a non-exhaustive guide that considers circumstances when additional testing is not needed.
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Idaho Falls Employment Health Clinic (IFEHC)
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