EM:RAP Emergency Medicine: Reviews and Perspectives

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iconEpisode for May 2015

Did you know that sitting is considered the ‘new smoking’? Not that we sit much in our profession, but something to think about when you’re in a chair punching out a bolus of dictations or EMRs. Cam Berg (the chest pain ADP guy) is back with a rational pulmonary embolism diagnostic pathway. Are there geriatric patients in your ED? Rhetorical. The Italian stallion, Al Sacchetti, goes pearl diving into the mind of an ED geriatrician. Intubating kids, curing strokes, making patients happy with text messages, and, of course, ketamine! All that, and more, in May 2015 EM:RAP…

May 24

iconBill Hinckley, MD commented on LIN Session – In Flight Emergencies
The NGT plastic has memory-- use it to your advantage. Once the pt is prepped w/ oxymetazoline … more

May 22

iconHoward M. commented on Doc in the Bay - Ketamine
I've very rarely used Sux in the formula, but when I have, it's been closer to 1mg/kg (rounding … more
iconEC commented on Medical Myths – Post LP Headache
Great segment! Would have liked to have heard more discussion on the benefits or risk of the use of … more
iconMichelle Lin, MD commented on LIN Session – A Million Uses for Sharpies in the ED
Per the editorial/study on site sterility, they used a Sharpie Fine Point Permanent Marker … more

May 21

iconJames M., MD commented on Notes From the Community – Accelerated Diagnostic Pathway: PE
If you have a moderate risk of PE by the Wells score and then go to PERC, does that mean that … more

May 20

iconAndrea W., M.D. commented on Notes From the Community – Accelerated Diagnostic Pathway: PE
Excellent discussion. I looked at the references for the adjusted d-dimer thresholds for pregnant … more
iconJoshua G. commented on The Devils Advocate - End Tidal CO2
Whatever happened to watching the patient for apnea? It's old fashioned but our eyes are pretty … more
iconc. berg commented on Notes From the Community – Accelerated Diagnostic Pathway: PE
Joshua - I'd be happy to give you our exact documents. Send me an email … more

May 19

iconJack C. commented on LIN Session – A Million Uses for Sharpies in the ED
fine tip sharpie or standard sharpie? more
iconRandal R., MD commented on Doc in the Bay - Ketamine
Ever use the 321 formula for rsi with Succinylcholine@1.5mg/kg.instead or Roc ? Any issues? This … more

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