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Derek Sorensen 14h
The follow on episode of chronic pain.
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Derek Sorensen 14h
A good overview of chronic pain tx options from conference.
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Deirdre Witte Mar 23
Pretty interesting! IV Contrast and AKI - No Association
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Matt Astin Mar 19
~37% of rapid a-fib pts in the ED are complex. Complex = comorbid underlying cause of rapid rate. Treat underlying cause, not a-fib.
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Matt Astin Mar 19
Get serial ECGs. 10-15% of STEMIs are diagnosed on repeat ECG.
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Drew Kalnow Mar 19
Just because we don't see it often and it's at the end of the pneumonic, don't for get about ASA!
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Ohio ACEP Mar 19
Nice piece on & to fight ED stress—written by our own of !
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Salim R. Rezaie Mar 14
Step by Step Approach to the Febrile Infant via
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Salim R. Rezaie Mar 13
The Benefit of Lung Protective Ventilation in the ED Should be LOV-ED via
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Salim R. Rezaie Mar 4
Preventing Death by PowerPoint: Don't Kill Your Audience with Bullet Points
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Salim R. Rezaie Mar 6
PV Card: Laceration Repair & Sutures – A Cheat Sheet Guide via
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Michelle Lin Mar 6
Evening - adenosine for everyone!
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Salim R. Rezaie Mar 7
How to Administer Low-Dose IV Ketamine for Pain in the ED via
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the EMCrit Crew Mar 6
Podcast 194 – Definitive Emergent Awake Intubation with George Kovacs
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Ken Milne Feb 11
infographic by on glucagon for esophageal foreign body impaction .
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#hellomynameiskirsty Oct 6
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Juan Morales-Torres Mar 2
65 y/o male pt with LUQ pain. EKG shows Afib w/ RVR. There's a possible connection. Dx? Splenic infarction
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Joshua Burkhardt Feb 27
Consider piriformis syndrome in persistent sciatica. At Emergency Medicine & Acute Care.
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Larry Mellick Feb 25
A video showing one way to use tranexamic acid for nose bleeds.
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Joshua Burkhardt Feb 26
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