A Child With Acute Airway SwellingFrom PEG Tube, Pulse Ox, N of One, Resuscitation, Chest Pain, Angioedema
A child presents with acute airway swelling and is heading toward extremis. What’s the next step? In this case based episode, we break down evaluation and management of pediatric and adult patients with acute angioedema.33min 8MIzuho Morrison, DO and Rob Orman, MD
EEM: Post-Tonsillectomy BleedingFrom The PE Bounceback, EEM, N of One, Adrenal Crisis, Stab Wounds
Not all post tonsillectomy bleeds are created equal, and not all portend decompensation into hemorrhagic shock (though some do). Emergency physician Gene Hern and ENT surgeon Clay Finley give their thoughts on approach and management. •24min 50Clayton Finley, MD, Gene Hern MD, and Rob Orman, MD
AngioedemaFrom May - June 2016: Angioedema
Does anything work to reverse angioedema? If it’s hereditary, then icatibant may do the trick.18min 1Rob Orman
Is it really a sinus headache?From September 2014: Is it really a sinus headache?
How often do you see patients who tell you they are having a sinus headache need antibiotics.12min 25Rob Orman