How to not freak outFrom November 2015: Torsades De Pointes, Jeff Kline and "How to not freak out"
What I do in the in the first 90 seconds of a code…6min 18Rob Orman
Neurogenic ShockFrom August 2015: Night Shifts & Neurogenic Shock
A trauma patient with persistent, yet unexplained hypotension may be suffering from neurogenic shock.18min 5Rob Orman
The Subarachnoid EnigmaFrom May 2015: Weingart and Subarachnoids
The Subarachnoid Enigma18min 38Rob Orman
PEA made simpleFrom November 2014: So you want to be an ER doctor?
The way we learn to manage pulseless electrical activity (PEA) from the Advanced Cardiac Life Support course is a mockery wrapped up in a sham.24min 57Rob Orman
Psychology of the Difficult AirwayFrom April 2014: Psychology of the Difficult Airway
Rich Levitan, pioneer in airway management, talks about operator stress response in the difficult airway.48min 39Rob Orman
How to run a codeFrom February 2014: How to run a code, NSAIDs and more
Cardiac arrest. It seems so easy. Just follow the algorithm on the reference card, and all cardiac arrest issues will be solved.35min 3Rob Orman
Did video kill the radio star?From September 2013: Did video kill the radio star?
Video laryngoscopy has changed the game in in airway management, but has it made direct laryngoscopy obsolete?44min 34Rob Orman
Cardiac ArrestFrom March 2012: Can Ambien kill & cardiac arrest
In this episode, we talk to Dr. Scott Weingart about caring for patients post cardiac arrest.25min 6Rob Orman
Induced HypothermiaFrom August 2010: Induced Hyppothermia
They are not dead, until they are warm and dead…46min 42Rob Orman
Awake IntubationFrom May 2010: Awake Intubation
Who should be awake to intubate?28min 1Rob Orman
The Toxic NeonateFrom May 2010: Awake Intubation
How do you manage the crashing neonate?37min 26Rob Orman
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