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Do I Have COVID? I Don’t Know…

**Disclaimer: This is an observational opinion piece.** Do I have COVID? Do you think I have COVID? Could this be COVID? These are all questions most of us have heard over the

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Clinical Pearl Wednesday #66

Have a patient with acute or chronic abdominal pain? Perform the Carnett maneuver on them. Often times, abdominal pain is from the abdominal wall muscles vs. inside the abdomen. The Carnett maneuver

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Interviews with Elite NPs: #2

Greetings my nurse practitioner sisters and brothers, This is the second installment of our “Interviews with Elite NPs” series where I will interview various nurse practitioners who have utilized Elite Nurse Practitioner

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Automatic Payment Plans

Do you operate your practice on a subscription model? Well, you should seriously consider doing so if you have a niche service line that requires regular follow up like testosterone replacement therapy

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Clinical Pearl Wednesday #65

Have a patient with recurrent gout who also has hypertension or hyperlipidemia? Consider putting them on these two medications that have potent uric acid reducing effects. Losartan has been shown to decrease

Announcing The Opioid Addiction Clinic Course!

After countless requests, especially from the psych folks, The Elite Nurse Practitioner is proud to announce the release of The Opioid Addiction Treatment Clinic Course! This course is designed for the nurse

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How to Discharge a Patient

As a nurse practitioner, the time will come when you have to discharge a patient from your practice. This is normally not a problem when you are an employed nurse practitioner because

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