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Rest in Peace, Richard Zuschlag

American Ambulance Association

It is with profound sorrow that the American Ambulance Association extends our heartfelt condolences to the Acadian family on the passing of Richard Zuschlag. As a cherished friend and esteemed […] The post Rest in Peace, Richard Zuschlag appeared first on American Ambulance Association.

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TIRBO 62: The sweet spot for learning

Critical Care Scenarios

Responsible self-directed learning occurs in a zone between comfort and novelty. Find us on Patreon here! Buy your merch here! Responsible self-directed learning occurs in a zone between comfort and novelty. Find us on Patreon here! Buy your merch here!

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The Andexxa Showpiece

EM Literature of Note

Every so often a masterclass performance arises in the medical literature. A performance transcending the boundaries of what was once thought possible. A shining exemplar of human achievement. This is a trial, published in the New England Journal of Medicine , with the following features: Conducted by an institute sponsored by pharma. Designed by the first author, a consultant for pharma, and two employees of pharma.

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Normal angiogram one week prior. Must be myocarditis then?

Dr. Smith's ECG Blog

Written by Magnus Nossen The patient in todays case is a 50 year old male. He has a medical hx notable for hypertension, hyperlipidemia and previous tobacco use disorder. The patient presented due to chest pain that was typical in nature, retrosternal and radiating to the left arm and neck. He denied any exertional chest pain. The below ECG was recorded.

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ToxCard: Osmol Gap – Part 2

EMDocs

Authors: Travis Mok, MD (@tkcm01 on Threads, Emergency Medicine Resident, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School); Cynthia Santos, MD (Emergency Medicine Attending, Medical Toxicologist, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School) // Reviewed by: Anthony Spadaro, MD (@TSpadaro91, Medical Toxicology Fellow, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Newark, NJ); James Dazhe Cao, MD (@JamesCaoMD, Associate Professor of EM, Medical Toxicology, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX); Alex Koyfman, MD (@EMHighAK); Br

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Podcast – April 2024 Monthly Round Up – Bougies, cardiac arrest, trauma, sepsis, race and medicine, and choosing with intention

St. Emlyn's

St.Emlyn's - Emergency Medicine #FOAMed The latest St Emlyn's podcast with discussion about Bougies, cardiac arrest, trauma, sepsis, race and medicine and choosing with intention The post Podcast – April 2024 Monthly Round Up – Bougies, cardiac arrest, trauma, sepsis, race and medicine, and choosing with intention appeared first on St.Emlyn's.

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CCR24 and CCR Down Under

Life in the Fastlane

Chris Nickson CCR24 and CCR Down Under Don't miss out on the livestream for the upcoming CCR24 meeting. and registrations for CCR Down Under have opened!

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Celebrating Pride Month at FirstWatch: Honoring Our LGBTQ+ Team Members

FirstWatch

As we step into June, FirstWatch is proud to celebrate Pride Month, a time dedicated to honoring the vibrant and diverse LGBTQ+ community. This month serves as a powerful reminder of the importance of inclusion, acceptance, and the ongoing struggle for equality. At FirstWatch, we believe that our strength lies in our diversity. Our LGBTQ+ team members are integral to our success, bringing unique perspectives, creativity, and passion to our workplace.

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