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3 highlights from the updated FirstNet Authority Emergency Management Guide

FirstNet Authority

3 highlights from the updated FirstNet Authority Emergency Management Guide Blog michelle.fordi… Thu, 01/18/2024 - 16:42 By Bruce Fitzgerald, Senior Public Safety Advisor, First Responder Network Authority To learn more about how FirstNet is helping public safety and the emergency management community to leverage innovative public safety communications, (..)

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The emergency management of mediastinal masses

Don't Forget the Bubbles

You contact ICU, anaesthetics, ENT, and oncology with a plan to attempt more definitive imaging in the prone position (which Ginny tells you is much comfier) What’s the evidence for our emergent management? Arguably, more robust research is neither feasible nor ethical to conduct in such a rare and time-critical emergency.

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Ep 133 Emergency Management of Status Epilepticus

Emergency Medicine Cases

The post Ep 133 Emergency Management of Status Epilepticus appeared first on Emergency Medicine Cases. Sure, most seizures self-abort or love an IV dose of lorazepam, but ask anyone who’s been down the propofol route, and they’re not likely to have forgotten the time they stared down a patient who just.would.not.stop.

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Ep 130 Community Acquired Pneumonia: Emergency Management

Emergency Medicine Cases

The post Ep 130 Community Acquired Pneumonia: Emergency Management appeared first on Emergency Medicine Cases.

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Ep 115 Emergency Management of the Agitated Patient

Emergency Medicine Cases

The post Ep 115 Emergency Management of the Agitated Patient appeared first on Emergency Medicine Cases. There is pathology lurking beneath - psychiatric, medical, traumatic and toxicological diagnoses driving these patients and we just won’t know which until we can safely calm them down.

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Ep 116 Emergency Management of Opioid Misuse, Overdose and Withdrawal

Emergency Medicine Cases

Aaron Orkin discuss the latest in naloxone in opioid overdose cardiac arrest and altered LOA, a 5-step approach to ED opioid withdrawal management and how we can improve mortality and morbidity in patients with opioid use disorder in the era of the opioid epidemic.

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Ep 104 Emergency Management of Intracerebral Hemorrhage – The Golden Hour

Emergency Medicine Cases

The post Ep 104 Emergency Management of Intracerebral Hemorrhage – The Golden Hour appeared first on Emergency Medicine Cases. In this Golden Hour you have a chance to prevent hematoma expansion, stabilize intracerebral perfusion and give your patient the best chance of survival with neurologic recovery.