EM:RAP Emergency Medicine: Reviews and Perspectives

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iconEpisode for November 2014

Rob O is back for an action packed EMRAP! It used to be that marijuana was just for getting high, now it’s becoming a legit medicine. Blunt chest trauma can be confusing but Kenji clears the air on the known knowns, known unknowns and sort of faking it. Kids are just little adults except when they’re not, like when they’re septic. Is there ever conflict in your ED? Never again, we say! What do prothrombin complex concentrate, altered mental status and master level wound care have in common? All get the special treatment in November EMRAP.

November 27

iconMichelle Lin, MD commented on LIN Sessions - Mobile Apps in EM
Don't know about written summaries, but we also published about these in EMJ:  •  Lin M, Rezaie S … more
iconJohn G., M.D. commented on LIN Sessions - Mobile Apps in EM
Thanks for this review Michelle. Do we still have written summaries? Or do you have a list of your … more

November 24

iconElliot L., FRACP commented on Notes From the Community – Pediatric Sepsis Part 1
Hi Rob and Andy- thanks for an interesting podcast!  •  I just want to give a few alternative … more

November 23

iconMindy C. commented on Paper Chase 3 – Putting Oral Contrast to Rest
if you open up the summary, the study paper is usually listed as the first bullet  •  Drake FT et … more
iconAndrew S. commented on Notes From the Community – Pediatric Sepsis - Part 2
First I'd have to ask why we're so intent on treating fever...it's what's killing the virus and not … more

November 22

iconMichelle Lin, MD commented on LIN Sessions – Wound Repair
Hi Jason: Hmm interesting. Didn't think there was a difference between chromic (braided) versus … more
iconJason M., PA-C commented on LIN Sessions – Wound Repair
A pearl sent to our shop from our nearby ortho clinic: If you end up not using the awesome "spork" … more

November 21

iconTimothy R. W., M.D. commented on Paper Chase 2 - Fentanyl in the PreHospital Setting
Don't use the 1 mcg/kg IV dose of generic fentanyl - it is a bit too low to get reliably effective … more
iconAnand S., M.D. commented on Medical Myths - IV Contrast Myths
Chris - thanks for sharing this case!  •  Lots of inaccuracies (I guess that's what we expect form … more
iconChristopher W. commented on Medical Myths - IV Contrast Myths
from: “Medical Malpractice Verdicts, Settlements & Experts” February 2010, Vol.26. No.2, page 17 … more

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