EM:RAP Emergency Medicine: Reviews and Perspectives

A monthly podcast with in-depth and up-to-date reviews of emergency medicine.

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Recently on EM:RAP

iconEpisode for February 2015

It’s February and time for some infectious disease! Swami introduces the idea of discharging patients with neutropenic fever from the ED. Is he mad?! Mizuho sits down with the CDC’s leading measles epidemiologist to get the straight facts on vaccination, outbreaks, and what we should do if a measles patient strolls into our department. Need to transfer a trauma patient but overwhelmed by all the details? Not to worry, Howie Mell gives his ‘“clip ‘n save” breakdown on making the process smoother than a baby’s bottom. How many things do you need to know about the patient in respiratory distress? Two! Paper chase, vocal cord dysfunction, steroids in asthma, tissue adhesive magic and so much more.

February 27

iconjoel s. commented on LIN Session – Tissue Adhesive
right after listening to this segment, I get to work, and what do you know?! An 82 year old … more
iconMichael A., MD commented on Trauma Transfer
Hello from Atlantic Canada. This was a great review of the basics, of being aware of your facilites … more
iconHannah M. commented on Mizuho Files – Measles Update
Is there any way to prevent SSPE once you have diagnosed measles? more

February 26

iconDharmesh S. commented on Mizuho Files – Measles Update
Home isolation for patients. (Not home quarantine) more
iconE Gail T., PA-C commented on Assistant Physician Update
This is a recipe for disaster not only to the patient but also to my profession as a board … more
iconilene c. commented on Pediatric Pearls: Resuscitation of the Sick Neonate - Part 1
Great question and sorry for the delay. I'm getting over the fog of actually having a neonate … more

February 25

iconJessica R., M.D. commented on Introduction
Some thoughts on this month's edition:  •  -If the authors in Paper Chase 1 wanted a truly accurate … more
iconc. berg commented on Notes from the Community - Chest Pain Current Literature
We're definitely still monitoring this, and we'll stay involved in the dialogue!  •  Matthew … more
iconRob O commented on Notes From the Community – What’s the Best Oral Steroid for Asthma
Daniel, I like it! Nothing like the old mortar and pestle to get the job done. more
iconDaniel G., M.D. commented on Notes From the Community – What’s the Best Oral Steroid for Asthma
How's this for cheap and low tech? Take the decadron tablet and crush it with a spoon and sprinkle … more

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