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ED Management of Minor Thermal Burns

Core EM

Br Med J (Clin Res Ed). EM Cases – Burn and Inhalation Injuries: Ed Wound Care, Resuscitation and Airway Management.” Management of Local Burn Wounds in the Ed.” 4 Survival rate for all burn injuries is around 97%, which is a notable increase from 75% in the 1960’s. Tintinalli, et al. Wiktor, Arek, and David Richards.

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Ep 192 ED Adult Asthma Management Strategies For Improved Prognosis – A Stepwise Approach

Emergency Medicine Cases

In this part 1 of our 2-part podcast series on Asthma Management we explore a systematic approach to managing patients presenting to the ED with asthma exacerbations. We answer questions such as: which patients, if any, require peak expiratory flow measurements in the ED? and many more.

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Ep 195 ED Management of Spontaneous Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

Emergency Medicine Cases

Paying attention to the time-sensitive details of ED management of SAH patients can have a significant impact on their outcome. In this second part of our 2-part podcast series on subarachnoid hemorrhage with Dr. Katie Lin and Dr. What can we do in the ED to prevent rebleeding in patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage?

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Rebaked: Inborn Errors of Metabolism presenting in the ED

Pediatric EM Morsels

Let’s consider Inborn Errors of Metabolism Presenting in the ED : Inborn Errors of Metabolism: Basics Common Presentations, Uncommon Kiddos For the child with lethargy, vomiting, acidosis, hypoglycemia , organomegaly, or cardiopulmonary arrest remember to consider Inborn Errors of Metabolism (IEM) on your DDx. Samantha A.

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Ep 188 Hemoptysis – ED Approach and Management

Emergency Medicine Cases

The post Ep 188 Hemoptysis – ED Approach and Management appeared first on Emergency Medicine Cases. What is the role of bronchoscopy and how should it be integrated into the hemoptysis management algorithm? How does one's hemorrhage control strategy change when pulmonary embolism is the underlying diagnosis? and many more.

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SGEM#440: I’m Gonna Need Someone To Help Me – GRACE4 AUD and CHS Management in the ED

The Skeptics' Guide to EM

He has been involved in ED-based clinical research examining ways to improve care for patients with alcohol use disorder in the ED for over two decades. Case 1: A patient presents to the ED with nausea, vomiting and some abdominal pain complaining of alcohol withdrawal. This is an SGEM HOP but with a twist.

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SGEM#430: De Do Do Do, De Dash, Dash DAShED – Diagnosing Acute Aortic Syndrome in the ED.

The Skeptics' Guide to EM

Date: February 11, 2024 Guest Skeptic: Nirdosh Ashok Kumar, Emergency Medicine Specialist – Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan. […] The post SGEM#430: De Do Do Do, De Dash, Dash DAShED – Diagnosing Acute Aortic Syndrome in the ED. Background: The diagnosis of acute aortic syndrome (AAS) is commonly delayed or missed in the ED.

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