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Dr. Michael Goodyear shares his crazy story with the EM:RAP team to discuss what really matters in a critical situation when you have no medical resources.
Sean and Stuart are back for an action packed July. How should we manage acute pericarditis? Amal Mattu has you covered. Who needs a tetanus shot and what does the booster actually do? The evidence may surprise you. What are the priorities in resuscitating a post drowning patient? We break down the steps to take and erase the background noise. David Newman deconstructs and analyzes new literature on endovascular treatment for stroke. Is there finally a therapy we can all agree on? Human trafficking victims pass through our EDs every day, but can we recognize them? More importantly, can we help them? And the paper chasers explore an abscess technique that’s been catching on across the globe.