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The most consistently vexing problem in emergency medicine–not being able to find the hemoccult developer–solved.
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reuben strayer Apr 25
When trigger point injection maven wakes up with torticollis. 5 mL 0.5% bupivicaine.
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reuben strayer Apr 16
Pain in the polytrauma patient: expert guidance in our latest chapter by and
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reuben strayer Apr 8
When to use ketamine and when not to use ketamine for agitation–response to prehospital provider.
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reuben strayer Apr 3
Wisdom in emergency medicine includes knowing what needs to be intervened on and what can be left alone.
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Becky Hartshorn Mar 27
Finally submitted my entry based on talk on agitated patients in the ED! Fingers crossed now! 🤞
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reuben strayer Mar 19
forget ExDs. Need for dissociation ∝ concern for immediately dangerous condition and ability to control patient.
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reuben strayer Mar 14
how we do trauma in brooklyn.
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reuben strayer Mar 11
5 day old referred to ED for high bilirubin. Incidentally, febrile at triage.
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Tommaso Scquizzato Mar 7
Here my for about emergency management of the agitated patient from my favorite talk by !
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reuben strayer Feb 28
We're pleased to present Pain In Older Adults, the latest chapter in by J. Long & .
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reuben strayer Feb 23
Opioid-Prescribing Patterns of Emergency Physicians and Risk of Long-Term Use: What Barnett 2017 Means.
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Anders Sillén Feb 19
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reuben strayer Feb 5
Dispensing 1 dose of phenazopyridine (Pyridium) with abx: A+ Prescribing more than that: C OTC availability: F
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reuben strayer Feb 3
We're pleased to present chapter 2 in our online textbook, : Procedural Sedation in Adults.
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reuben strayer Jan 16
The harms of CT.
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reuben strayer Jan 10
We're pleased to launch , an open access textbook of analgesia. First chapter is headache, by the master
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reuben strayer Jan 5
Remember: endotracheal intubation is a gentle procedure.
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reuben strayer Dec 29
Most patients "intubated for airway protection" are not intubated for airway protection. Reasons to intubate: ABCDEF.
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reuben strayer Nov 28
We over-CT well trauma patients but delay CT in big trauma. Know what to do before the CT, so as not to delay CT.
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