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 April 2015

Spring is here! At least in the northern hemisphere. And what says spring more than a discussion of red, swollen, proptotic eyeballs? Cricoid pressure has not met its final repose. Swami and Minh Le Cong debate its merits and downsides. Olympic snowboarder Shaun White had Tetralogy of Fallot, but a few surgeries later- gold medal. Some kids are not so lucky and have recurrent TET spells. We discuss a novel treatment for these cyanotic emergencies. Scotty Weingart gives his opinion on endtidal CO2. Is it staph, is it strep? Bryan Hayes reviews current lit on managing soft tissue infections. LIN sessions, paper chasing and so much more.

April 17

iconGraham J. commented on Introduction
This is another interesting cause … more
iconPaul D. commented on Medical Myths - Cricoid Pressure
The fact that we don't have good evidence for inline stabilization as a reason for doing cricoid … more

April 16

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iconilene c. commented on Pediatric Pearls – Isolated Scalp Hematoma
Sorry for the delay- I've been teaching a class at the med school, and it turns out that … more
iconBurner commented on Paper Chase 4 - Atrial Fibrillation
I love it when a study comes out that supports your practice. I've had several septic patients come … more
iconChristopher B., M.D. commented on Gun Violence
There are literally hundreds of millions of privately owned firearms in the US, and this statistic … more

April 15

iconElizabeth S. commented on Opioid Addiction: Clinicians Roles
This is so great! I am so happy to hear this segment on EMRap-- thank you both.  •  We also started … more
iconTorree M., M.D. commented on RANT: Iliaca Block
I'm having the same problem as Douglas above. One of our docs did a nerve block on a hip fracture … more
iconNicholas N. commented on Medical Myths - Cricoid Pressure
Hi,  •  Excellent Review. Great to see this topic to resurface. Just wanna give my opinion … more
iconJ. B. L., M.D. commented on Peanuts - Allergy
Worst Israeli accent I have ever heard- and most intelligent parents do avoid Bamba. But still … more

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