- DOAC Use and Head Trauma14:11Paper Chase #1 - Pred vs. Dex for Croup5:25Ophthalmology Basics26:05What Would I Do Next? - Neck Pain after an MVC16:16Paper Chase #2 - Prevalence of PE in Patients with Syncope3:02Knee X-rays15:42Anticoagulation in Patients with Afib19:01Paper Chase #3 - Reducing Strep Testing in Patients <3 years4:11Legal Lessons: Risks of MedicationsFree Chapter19:05No Antibiotics for You!17:29Paper Chase #4 - Which med is best for trigger point injections?4:52An Unusual Case of Sore Throat13:11The Case Against the Knee Immobilizer10:36Paper Chase #5 - Immunizing Children against Flu in the ED6:06Excellence in the Physical Exam: Necrotizing Fasciitis13:20Mailbag5:28
Necrotizing fasciitis has a high mortality and symptoms may present insidiously as this is a fasciitis and not a cellulitis. Exam findings may range from fever to erythema to bullae, or even present simply as pain out of proportion to exam.
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