EM:RAP Emergency Medicine: Reviews and Perspectives

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iconEpisode for October 2014

Imagine this... an audio program that included in just one month, a discussion on IV contrast myths, thrombolysis for PE, talked about a new long acting opioid drug, Fentanyl for prehospital care, how to look after patients with LVAD’s, absorbable vs. nonabsorbable sutures, adult epiglottitis, steroids for sore throats, an approach to altered mental status and so much more! We would say it is not possible! You would say it must be some special bundt cake chocolate covered edition covered in cream and served warm with a scoop of ice cream...you would be right, and you are welcome!

October 30

iconDarryl J. M., M.D. commented on EMRAP 2014 Septembre Résumé en Francais
Gracias...cachai more

October 29

iconAnand S., M.D. commented on Medical Myths - IV Contrast Myths
Ed - great find. Something for us to look into next. Thanks! more
iconEd B. commented on Medical Myths - IV Contrast Myths
Great myth-busting segment!  •  I was going to ask you guys whether there was any link between … more
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Mel Herbert Speaks About EEM 2014 http://t.co/JmGh2ljs9x
iconChuck S., M.D. commented on LIN Sessions - Mobile Apps in EM
Thanks for the great review. One other app that I find very useful is neurotoolkit there is a fee … more

October 28

iconSean G., M.D. commented on Paper Chase 1 - Thrombolysis for PE
ive used full strength twice w dramatic results and to my knowledge no bleeding complications … more

October 27

iconagMD commented on HippoReviews - Altered Mental Status - An Approach - Part 1
I would strongly consider mag in patients who are bradycardic with prolonged qtc (probably … more
iconKelly A., M.D. commented on Paper Chase 5 - Night Shifts Suck
I definitely agree that nights get MUCH harder as you get older.....I recall doing nights when I … more
iconKevin M., MD commented on Paper Chase 1 - Thrombolysis for PE
Agreed with the question and comment above. This study does seem flawed in it's approach and … more

October 26

iconCAMILLE H. commented on Introduction
Have older ER docs come to New Zealand to do locums.  •  In our hospital in Timaru on the South … more

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