EM:RAP Emergency Medicine: Reviews and Perspectives

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iconEpisode for September 2014

Mel has been put out to pasture this month and Stuart Swadron and Sean Nordt take the reins. Wow looks like Mel is out of a job! From The Omen references, to live music, to news updates, they do a great job. In addition you will hear about AMA, current chest pain literature, topical analgesia for corneal abrasions, flight medicine pearls, an approach to ankle injuries, whether you need to give hand lacerations antibiotics, how to keep your patients satisfied and SO much more. It is big, large, and bundt cake in shape. It is EMRAP September 2014!

September 19

iconJeremy V. commented on More Thoughts on Patient Satisfaction
This was one of the best segements I've heard in a long time. I was disappointed to hear Nord and … more

September 18

iconErik D. commented on Notes from the Community - Chest Pain Current Literature
Dr. Berg - I like your ADP and hope to implement something in our system soon.  •  Question- what … more
iconSean G., M.D. commented on Paper Chase 4 - Hand Lacerations and Antibiotic Prophylaxis
love the paper chase! Keep chasin them 1 Adam 12 and one day you may just catch them! Love it keep … more
iconSean G., M.D. commented on More Thoughts on Patient Satisfaction
And u practice where Mark T? Planet Claire perhaps?....where many drive a Plymouth Satellite, if … more

September 17

iconPatrick B. commented on Notes from the Community - Chest Pain Current Literature
1) I do a great deal of 2hr trop delta strategy in mod risk groups, I trained at Carolinas where we … more
iconDarren B., M.D. commented on The Back of the Bus - The End of the Backboard?
This is a fantastic question. I do not believe boards should be used at all in the inter-facility … more
iconPål AW commented on Toxicology Sessions - Plan B and Emergency Contraception
Hello. This is an interesting topic however it does not concider recent development in Europe: In … more

September 16

iconJennifer M. commented on Mizuho Reviews - Ankle Injury
A patient can be negative by ottawa ankle rules and have tenderness inferior to lateral malleolus … more
iconJohn P. commented on The Back of the Bus - The End of the Backboard?
What are your thoughts on how to properly transfer someone with known cervical spine pathology to a … more

September 15

iconSlayer of Dragons commented on Cardiology Corner - A Common Sense PEA Algorithm
Worked a 65yo gentleman a few weeks ago that, 25mins before arrival, was standing in the living … more

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