EM:RAP Emergency Medicine: Reviews and Perspectives

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iconEpisode for January 2015

It’s the start of a new year and time to get busy! Did you drink a little too much and get a hangover? Now do you feel a little weak and dizzy, like a little sick neonate with a broken heart. You may have some migrating weakness, some confusion, you feel like you had a stroke, or maybe developed endocarditis? You certainly have some ABx associated diarrhea, and your seratonin level is way too high, you feel so bad you might need ECMO but are afraid of getting sued! Yes it’s going to be a busy month.

January 27

iconrebecca l. commented on The Back of the Bus - The End of the Backboard?
can I get a copy of your protocol for completeness? I have a protocol that I can share also which I … more

January 26

iconKenji I. commented on Trauma Surgeons Gone Wild: Extremity Bleeding Trauma – Just FOAM it?
Constantine:  •  Really great to hear from you, hope all is well and great points. These … more
iconSam H. commented on Paper Chase 2: IV Fluids in Drunk Patients
Average alcohol level 0.195 isn't too bad. I only give fluids to the ones who are too drunk to tell … more
iconRichard B., MD commented on EMRAP 2014 décembre Résumé en Francais
Nous sommes conservateur lors d'un transfert sanitaire aérien (Challenger) avec un médecin à bord … more
iconConstantine P., PA-C commented on Trauma Surgeons Gone Wild: Extremity Bleeding Trauma – Just FOAM it?
Kenji, have you looked at the Abdominal Aortic Junctional Tourniquet? We have started deploying … more
iconJack G. commented on Critical Care Mailbag - Therapeutic Hypothermia
Similar question as Cortney S. How about Ketamine? Seems like it would do what we want in the ED … more

January 24

iconZlatan C. commented on The LIN Session - tPA in Pregnancy
Hi Dr LS,  •  Thanks for listening and commenting. You bring up a great point. Drs. Herbert … more
iconL S, MD commented on The LIN Session - tPA in Pregnancy
Thanks for the interesting lecture-  •  my concern around using tPA in young adults is the high … more

January 22

iconMartin M. commented on Introduction
Classic... I had listened to the January EMRAP on my way to work, (I have a 3.5 hour drive), and my … more
iconCliff L., MD commented on Introduction
The Weingart lecture on EPI/Vasopressin/Steroid.  •  Are they given together?  •  Is Vasopressin … more

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