ExpressCare Orthopaedic Skills Lab #4 - Finger
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1. Describe and perform provocative maneuvers for various finger injuries.
2. Utilize radiology interpretation skills for finger imaging
3. Determine when finger consults are outpatient follow-up vs. urgent vs. emergent.
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Speaker(s)Zac Sowa, MS, PA-C, Memorial Health System
Anna Richie, MD, MSP Express CaPS