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iconEpisode for August 2014

It may be summer (at least in the Northern Hemisphere) but but bronchiolitis season will be here before you know it-we’ve got it covered. Amal Mattu makes sense of the mysteries of PEA, Weingart gets septic, Nordt tries to avoid getting pregnant and backboards may be going out the back door.

August 25

iconLMW commented on HippoEM Reviews - CHF Update
Yeah, I just got into discussion and printed this lecture for one of our hospitalist regarding the … more
iconAaron L. commented on Notes from the Community - Bronchiolitis: Part 1
This is the first I've heard of using Afrin in bronchiolitis. While I agree it makes sense, there's … more
iconSean G., M.D. commented on The Back of the Bus - The End of the Backboard?
Lol the dreaded take down.....My favorite was when I worked in residency in a major urban trauma … more

August 23

iconKevin G. commented on The Back of the Bus - The End of the Backboard?
Hmmm. Mel, I wonder if you did not publish the above because of a cultural misunderstanding about … more
iconAmal M., M.D. commented on HippoEM Reviews - CHF Update
Guidelines for management of penetrating wounds to the neck typically talk about various zones of … more
iconAmal M., M.D. commented on Cardiology Corner - A Common Sense PEA Algorithm
I hoped to convey that there's probably no harm in doing compressions. There's really not enough … more

August 22

iconAmelia Pond commented on Paper Chase 1: ACEP on First Time Seizures
The majority of our faculty have been giving 1,000 mg of p.o. Dilantin with a large glass of water … more
iconChristopher R., M.D. commented on Paper Chase 3 - D-dimer Cutoffs in the Elderly
Please note that the 500 value is the cutoff if your test reports in units of ng/ml FEU (Fibrinogen … more

August 21

iconPierre M., M.D. commented on Paper Chase 5 - NSAID and Long Bone Fractures
I may misunderstand Odds Ratios but...... in the discussion Sanjay and Mike say an OR of 2 means … more
iconNico P. commented on HippoEM Reviews - CHF Update
I don't think they ridulice cardiologists!  •  Some of us, In our clinical practice, in Santiago … more

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