Robots vs. doctors?

Although I agree with the basic premise of this week’s Washington Post article “The Robot Doctor Will See You Now“–namely, that computers can augment medical care–the article misses the art-science balance so central to physician’s practice.  He states: If you’ve ever gone to a doctor with an odd set of symptoms and realized that your doctor has no clue what theyContinue reading “Robots vs. doctors?”

Children’s Sinusitis Guideline in Iambic Pentameter

The American Academy of Pediatrics acute sinusitis guideline was too complex for limerickification, and even resisted sonnet format, so here it is in iambic pentameter. Nasal discharge’s mostly allergic or viral And thus needs only symptomatic care With no need for an antimicrobial trial Unless high-risk and flu virus is there.   Only think sinusitis as a cause InContinue reading “Children’s Sinusitis Guideline in Iambic Pentameter”