Consider these helpful hints when diagnosing anemia or infections in your patients.
Jon Matthew Farber, MD
This month I offer some observations on developmental disorders—ADHD and autism.
Here is helpful advice gleaned from my experiences with C diff, diarrhea, colic, reflux, and other things gastroenterological.
From ear infections to croup to strep, I have found that the simplest diagnosis is often the best diagnosis.
Children are not little adults, and it’s only common sense to be aware of a child’s age and weight when dosing pharmaceuticals. Here are some other helpful gems I’ve uncovered about medications.
Dr Farber shares 8 common sense tips for handling dermatologic concerns.
There is a trend in internal medicine to get away from doing complete physical examinations on each visit, with a minimalistic approach to a healthy patient. I am not prepared to go that far just yet, but I have modified my examination in many ways over the years. Here are some gems I have unearthed.
In this third of 4 articles, Dr Farber shares more wisdom gleaned from years of practice.
In my many years as a pediatrician, I have identified a number of “pearls,” or words of wisdom, that can help in the clinical setting.
Is it fact or fiction? In this first article of a new series, a pediatrician with years of practice experience offers his pediatric words of wisdom, or "mythbusters" as the case might be, about common childhood maladies.