Bits and PiecesFrom Cardiac Transplant Patients, EEM 2019, N of One, Brue Works, Bits and Pieces
Our bi-montly session where YOU take the helm with… bloody pee, baby coughs, salty blood, Sam Ashoo's beef with blood pressure, and the power of silence. • "23min 1Sam Ashoo, MD and Rob Orman, MD
BRUE WorksFrom Cardiac Transplant Patients, EEM 2019, N of One, Brue Works, Bits and Pieces
A few years ago, ALTEs (Apparent Life Threatening Events) got reworked, renamed, and rebranded as BRUE. But did changing the name actually impact patient care? Clay Smith from Journal Feed is back to break down some recent literature answering just that question.24min 4Rob Orman, MD and Clay Smith, MD
Nasal suction: Miraculous simplicityFrom February 2017: Mumps, nasal suction, and things you need to know
It is bronchiolitis season my friends. Even I have a bit of the URI. When we’re talking bronchiolitis, the conversation is almost always about: do steroids or bronchodilators work, what to do with a touch of hypoxia.3min 55Rob Orman
Pulmonary Nodule: The IncidentalomaFrom November 2013: Pulmonary Nodule: The incidentaloma
What do lung nodules have to do with emergency medicine?21min 25Rob Orman
Pulmonary embolism in pregnancy with Jeff KlineFrom April 2013: IV Contrast & PE in pregnancy
What is the best way to evaluate a pregnant patient in whom you suspect pulmonary embolism?35min 37Rob Orman
Jeff Kline talks D-dimer: is the cutoff too low?From October 2012: D-dimer and cardioverting acute atrial fibrillation
There is no perfect way to rule out pulmonary embolism.28min 44Rob Orman
Whooping CoughFrom May 2012: Whooping Cough and PE Outpatient Treatment?!
Here in the Pacific Northwest of the United States, we are in the midst of a pertussis epidemic...6min 22Rob Orman
Pulmonary Embolus Outpatient TreatmentFrom May 2012: Whooping Cough and PE Outpatient Treatment?!
Treat a patient with PE as an outpatient? Insanity!36min 37Rob Orman