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Atypical Cases

DR. MEKHAEL

Dr. Mina Mekhael is an adult inpatient hospitalist. He has been practicing as an attending for 7 years since he finished residency. He grew up in the United States and graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology. He then went on to Medical school and from there to Residency in Family Medicine. After Graduating residency, he knew his passion was in hospital medicine and therefore pursued his career as an adult inpatient hospitalist. Dr. Mekhael has taught Internal medicine residents, Family Medicine Residents, Medical students, PA students, and NP students. He is board certified in Family Medicine and is still practicing as a fulltime adult hospitalist until this day. He is passionate about teaching and improving healthcare both in the United States and across the Globe. Dr. Mekhael believes that Hospital Medicine B&B can help reach each student and resident eager to learn how to practice Hospital Medicine appropriately and have that confidence needed to hit the ground running from day 1. Undergraduate College: University of North Carolina at Charlotte- Bachelors of Science in Psychology. Medical School: St. Matthews University School of Medicine. Residency: Atrium Cabarrus Family Medicine Residency.

8 students

Course Overview

Welcome to the Atypical Cases course.  In this course we will discuss some of the atypical cases that Dr. Mekhael has faced in his practice.  You will be given the case first and will have a chance to think about the diagnosis and how you would treat prior to the discussion.  This course contains a lot of interesting cases that do not fit the mold and did not present in the regular typical way.

 

Duration: 2 hours and 20 minutes

CME: 2.5

 

Cases discussed in this course:

 

NSTEMI

Stable angina

Pulmonary Emboli

Correlate Clinically

ESRD

Pulmonary edema

Loculated pleural effusion

Multiple positive bacteremia

Altered mental status

Lung cancer

Paraneoplastic syndrome

Metabolic acidosis

Metabolic acidosis with elevated anion gap

Antifreeze ingestions

Diabetic Ketoacidosis

SGLT2 inhibitors

Emphysematous Cystitis

Suprapubic catheter leak

Recurrent stroke

Stroke in cocaine

Emphysematous cystitis

Tumor lysis syndrome

Life threatening Hemoptysis

Splenic infarcts

Nephrolithiasis not xray

Alcohol bizarre behavior

Bone infarcts

Wernicke’s Encephalopathy

Postictal

Anemia and MM

Atypical Constipation

Bladder perforation

Aspirin/Plavix failure

Meds induced pancreatitis

Anoxic brain injury

SLE and AMS

Methemoglobinemia

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Course Features

  • Duration 10 week weeks
  • Language English
  • Students 8 students enrolled
  • Assessments Self
  • Categories

Instructor

Dr. Mina Mekhael is an adult inpatient hospitalist. He has been practicing as an attending for 7 years since he finished residency. He grew up in the United States and graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology. He then went on to Medical school and from there to Residency in Family Medicine. After Graduating residency, he knew his passion was in hospital medicine and therefore pursued his career as an adult inpatient hospitalist. Dr. Mekhael has taught Internal medicine residents, Family Medicine Residents, Medical students, PA students, and NP students. He is board certified in Family Medicine and is still practicing as a fulltime adult hospitalist until this day. He is passionate about teaching and improving healthcare both in the United States and across the Globe. Dr. Mekhael believes that Hospital Medicine B&B can help reach each student and resident eager to learn how to practice Hospital Medicine appropriately and have that confidence needed to hit the ground running from day 1.

Undergraduate College: University of North Carolina at Charlotte- Bachelors of Science in Psychology.

Medical School: St. Matthews University School of Medicine.

Residency: Atrium Cabarrus Family Medicine Residency.

$79.99