Learning formulas is far more than memorizing as series of functions and indications in a book. It requires a kind of attentiveness. A sort of rigorous and yet flexible way of parsing a patient’s signs and symptoms and checking it against both your book knowledge and clinical experience.
In this discussion we explore that tender edge of knowing, not knowing and how to operate in the clinical reality of uncertainty.
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