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Discuss evaluation and treatment of children who have ingested a button battery.
Discuss airway and ventilatory management of the asthma patient in extremis who is recalcitrant to standard therapy.
How long is mono shed in saliva?
Clay Smith from Journal Feed gives the ins and outs of recent data comparing normal saline to balanced crystalloids.
Mike Mallin from the Ultrasound Podcast breaks down when we should start with ultrasound versus go straight to CT.
Discuss use of cognitive reframing in the emergency department setting.
Kenji Inaba breaks down management of stab wounds - irrigation, wound repair, and vascular evaluation.
The pendulum never seems to stop swinging when it comes to the efficacy of epi in cardiac arrest.
Internist Neda Frayha sprinkles some IM in the ED - how to interpret TSH levels and why aspirin is no longer recommended for a-fib thromboprophylaxis.
Sometimes HSP is no big deal and sometimes it’s catastrophic. Emily Rose walks us through diagnosis, treatment, and when we should worry.
ERcast’s resident philosopher Dan McCollum walks us through simple techniques and strategies to influence positive behavior in our patients.
Addiction medicine specialist Ken Starr argues in favor of buprenorphine in the acute treatment of opiate withdrawal.
Trauma team leader Andrew Petrosoniak explains why when providers rigidly follow ATLS, patients may suffer.
Rob and Tom Deloughery discuss management of actively bleeding patients who have been prescribed anticoagulation medications.
Recorded at Essentials of Emergency Medicine 2016, Scott Weingart walks us through the whys and hows of extubating patients in the emergency department.
While scribes clearly can be helpful in adding to the efficiency of the ED workflow, they have understandable challenges when it comes to documenting critical parts of the medical record.
Rob and Adam Rowh discuss what is the utility of a second (delta) troponin in a patient presenting with chest pain.
Rob and Andy Sloas, DO discuss Neonatal Intubation.
Rob Orman, Clay Smith and Dave Hollander discuss current radiology guidelines regarding GFR cutoffs for administration of contrast media.
A few weeks ago, a post on Clay Smith’s Journal Feed about the new IDSA C diff guidelines caught my attention (specifically, that metronidazole is no longer recommended as first line therapy). Whuut? I tweeted this and @medquestioning tweeted back, “Need to dig to see why they dropped metro in the bucket.” Yes, @medquestioning, my thoughts exactly.
Zubin Damania (ZDoggMD) is an internist and founder of Turntable Health, an innovative healthcare startup that was part of an urban revitalization movement in Las Vegas. During a decade-long hospitalist career at Stanford, he experienced our dysfunctional health care system firsthand leading to burnout and depression. He created videos under the pseudonym ZDoggMD as an outlet to find his voice. This launched a grassroots movement — half a billion youtube views and a passionate tribe dedicated to improving health care for everyone.
Our guest today is Joe Polish. Unlike most guests on this show, Joe is not involved in medicine- he is one of the best known marketing minds on the planet. He is the creator of the Genius Network which is the place high level entrepreneurs go to get their next big breakthrough with access to connection, contribution, and collaboration. Joe is also a best selling author and renown podcaster with I Love Marketing, genius network, Rich Cleaner and 10x Talk. But none of those things are why Joe is on the show today. Joe is also an addict, but deeper than that, he’s turning his experience with addiction into a force for change with Genius Recovery and Artists for Addicts.
Walker Foland, an emergency physician practicing in Michigan, breaks down why pseudoseizures, now termed PNES (Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizures), are a real disease.
Joe Habbousche is the CEO of MDCalc, the worlds most used online medical calculator. Chances are, you’ve used it yourself. Joe is a passionate advocate for the practice of evidence based medicine and the proper use of clinical decision tools. In this episode, we dissect one of his favorites: the Canadian CT Head Injury/Trauma Rule
Anorexia is often viewed as a chronic condition that doesn’t really warrant emergency care, but that’s not the case. Mortality with anorexia nervosa is high (on the order of 10-20%) and patients can present really sick.
In this episode, Dr. Sam Ashoo gives his strategies on what to do when the consultant on the other end of the phone call is giving questionable advice.
One of the stress points when a patient taking chronic opioids presents with acute pain is that we feel we have little to offer them.
Should I give bicarbonate to DKA patients with severe acidemia?
Jason Brooks PhD is a performance coach helping health care providers, athletes, and other high level performers live better, work better, and be better.
Dr. Greg Moran reviews current thinking on cellulitis diagnosis and management.
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