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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.