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 21

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
iconjoanne b. commented on EMRAP 2014 November Canadian Edition
really excellent more

November 20

iconMohammed A. commented on The Alcoholic Patient
He says not one study shows that reversing shock slowly is better, and says bolus bolus bolus. I … more

November 19

iconLouis V., MD commented on Swollen Legs: The Patient with Leg Edema
How specific is elevated BNP for CHF? I've seen very elevated BNP's (in the several thousands) and … more
iconXander Merboo commented on Notes From the Community – Pediatric Sepsis - Part 2
Didn't I just hear recently that IBU is actually better than APAP for peds fever? more
iconRabbott commented on Trauma Surgeons Gone Wild - Sternal Fractures, Rib Fractures, and Blunt Cardiac Injury
Remember that ultrasound is easy to use, quick, and sensitive for finding sternal fractures. more
iconSean G., M.D. commented on Femoral Lines
Scot I do not believe all the caths in the meta analysis aug critical care med (Marik) were HD … more

November 18

iconShu-Haur O. commented on Introduction
I love how in Australia I don't have any Press Gainey score, and when complaints are made it gets … more
iconMohammed A. commented on Mini Journal Club - Asthma Therapies: What Really Works!
Inhaled epinephrine may also work. more

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