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TdC 242: Tratamento de Doença de Graves - 4 clinicagens

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Raphael e Marcela convidam novamente Nathalie Santana para falar sobre tratamento do hipertiroidismo em 4 clinicagens: como escolher o melhor tratamento? como controlar os sintomas? como prescrever drogas antitireoidianas? como monitorar o paciente?


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Minutagem

(00:00) Apresentação e sumarização

(04:05) Hipertireoidismo x tireotoxicose

(07:10) Como escolher o melhor tratamento

(17:55) Como controlar os sintomas da doença

(21:40) Como prescrever as drogas antitireoidianas

(31:33) Como monitorar o paciente em uso de drogas antitireoidianas

(43:33) Encerramento e salves


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