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Anton Helman
Founder, Chief Editor & host of EM Cases Podcast. Assistant Prof U of Toronto. Education Innovation Lead SREMI. supporter. Opnions my own.
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Anton Helman Jan 22
This is the approach that and settled on when we discussed on the podcast.
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Anton Helman Jan 21
. cover 4 important pain management articles in the latest Rebel Cast podcast that I recommend for all ED providers.
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Anton Helman Jan 21
Important study on imaging in ocular trauma reviewed by . Ping
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Sketchy EBM Jan 20
What a not-a-real-superhero does: 1) No to CDRs 2) Swab (not rapid) 3) WASP Abx. 4) ++ pain management 5) +/- steroids. We have seen in the rare kid with RF. Problem is we all tx diff. pop'ns. Sadly no one strep rule to rule them all... murky problem...
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Salim R. Rezaie Jan 20
Resuscitation Sequence Intubation - Resuscitate Before You Intubate (HOp Killers) Hypotension Kills: Hypoxemia Kills: pH Kills:
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Lascarrou Jan 19
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iLearnEM Jan 18
New material on ! Diving Injuries, Missed Ankle Injuries, Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension, Postpartum Endometritis, Boxer's Fractures, & Intracranial Hemorrhage!
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Olivier Martinho Jan 16
This severe pre eclampsia needs OB. Before Transfer 1) Mg 4 g IV over then 1 hr then 1g/hr 2) What about Nifedipine 10 mg for BP control (is also a tocolytic) 3) DXM 10 mg IV x1 4) ? Chorio w os dc and unkown GBS - ABx Amp + Genta 5) MD in ambulance
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Anton Helman Jan 16
What would be your treatment priorities in this air ambulance case? How much Mg? Would you give steroids? Tocolytic? Which one? For upcoming CritCases...
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Anton Helman Jan 15
We refer listeners to our deeper dive of DOAC reversal to explain the “not great evidence” and conclude that clinical effectiveness has yet to be determined. No where are we “pushing” it’s use. Let’s not be dogmatic about not ever using either.
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Anton Helman Jan 14
Evidence is not strong enough for me. Plus, we already have v good treatment for renal colic in the ED with NSAIDs +\- Morphine. Don’t see lido having any additional benefit. Need a huge RCT to be convinced.
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André Mollema Jan 14
Replying to @KariSampsel @EMCases
Came across this today... (Podcast by ) Worth the listen ! 🙂 Take care !!
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Anton Helman Jan 14
Rapid Reviews Videos now available for Lyme, Anaphylaxis, Peds DKA, TIA, Sickle Cell, Onc emergencies, hypoNa, hyperK, Congenital Heart Disease, Drugs of abuse, Peds Asthma, Fever in Returning Traveler & more...
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Anton Helman Jan 13
Thanks so much Jeannette. Happy podcasting!
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TREKK Jan 13
Check out new Rapid Review videos & learn more about the recognition, diagnosis and management of mild, moderate, and severe pediatric DKA in the ED. Find parts 1 & 2 here |
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Anton Helman Jan 12
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Anton Helman Jan 12
Agree. PREPARE is the most important step of airway management. Have pressors hanging and/or push dose ready just in case for all pts about to be intubated.
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Andy Neill Jan 11
Episode 105 Commonly Missed Ankle Injuries. Great summary here.
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