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Recently on EM:RAP

iconEpisode for September 2014

Mel has been put out to pasture this month and Stuart Swadron and Sean Nordt take the reins. Wow looks like Mel is out of a job! From The Omen references, to live music, to news updates, they do a great job. In addition you will hear about AMA, current chest pain literature, topical analgesia for corneal abrasions, flight medicine pearls, an approach to ankle injuries, whether you need to give hand lacerations antibiotics, how to keep your patients satisfied and SO much more. It is big, large, and bundt cake in shape. It is EMRAP September 2014!

September 13

Hippo EM Resident Call Room – Families in Residency Pt. 1: Dads http://t.co/zQ3fgB95hk
Hippo EM Podcast Episode 09 – Rectal FB http://t.co/LV9oFDmIwR

September 12

iconc. berg commented on Notes from the Community - Chest Pain Current Literature
You're asking all of the right questions.  •  Interestingly, a lot of work has been done on this … more
iconRoss B. commented on HippoEM Reviews - CHF Update
This is a great segment. Thanks for the thoughts.  •  I have a couple of questions:  •  1) In … more

September 11

In memory of Gail V. Anderson Sr. , MD http://t.co/bKhhDCaa8I
iconJoseph M. commented on Paper Chase 6 - Nasotracheal Intubation
Agree with above. I trained 1987-90 and did it alot, typically on COPD or trauma patients. A few … more
iconAKERDoc commented on Paper Chase 6 - Nasotracheal Intubation
I would like to comment on Mike and Sanjay's Paper Chase on Nasotracheal Intubation. Instead of … more

September 10

iconLynne F., MD commented on The Cunningham Method: A New Shoulder Relocation Technique
I've now tried this several times. I have yet to get a shoulder in without meds, but after trying … more

September 9

iconDavid H., M.D. commented on Notes from the Community - Chest Pain Current Literature
Thanks! Very useful to clarify the definition of a positive delta. I've always wondered the … more
iconA. R., M.D. commented on Paper Chase 2 - Head Trauma in the Anticoagulated Patient
I have one question, once comment.  •  Do you all consider aspirin therapy when working about … more

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