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Stephen W. Smith Apr 23
A 16 year old girl with altered mental status and possible overdose
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AAEM Young Phys Apr 22
What are your plans after residency? YPS members have free access to the Rules of the Road! Not a member? Join now!
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Sam Ghali Apr 19
Supine Chest X-Ray can hide even a big pneumothorax!
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CoreEM Apr 19
Core Content: Peds Septic Hip | Diagnosis, management + differentiation from toxic synovitis
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LSU EM Baton Rouge Apr 18
In case you forgot....
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LSU EM Baton Rouge Apr 18
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LSU EM Baton Rouge Apr 18
Middle age with stroke like symptoms......
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Adam Rosh Apr 17
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Haney Mallemat Apr 16
Great infographic for using ETCO2 during resus via
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LSU EM Baton Rouge Apr 15
Syncope in a young person....ECG is often the only test needed.
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Struan Reid Apr 14
Truly unanticipated difficult airway... This is why preparation is a critical component to RSI.
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Dr. Howie Mell Apr 14
If you're a medical student or EM resident & you haven't seen "24|7|365: The Evolution of EM” Watch it now!
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Stephen W. Smith Apr 14
What is the culprit artery? Not what you think.
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Sam Ghali Apr 13
of a 45 yo man status post VT Arrest Look in V1 & V2. Remember this QRS-T morphology. Classic Type I Brugada!
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Duke EM residency Apr 13
Levitan: 90% of difficult airways are not predicted 94% of difficult BVM are not predicted
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Duke EM residency Apr 13
Levitan: Straight to cuff with ETT has better long axis dimensions and better maneuverability
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Duke EM residency Apr 13
Levitan: You can occasionally lose the orientation of the tip of the bougie. Several grips to reduce that occurrence.
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Clay Smith Apr 12
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LSU EM Baton Rouge Apr 12
Faculty ultrasound course.... because learning is lifelong in EM.Thanks
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Sam Ghali Apr 11
If you need some inspiration to learn Echo - here's a clip of a young man found to be in hemorrhagic tamponade. saved his life!
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