EM:RAP Emergency Medicine: Reviews and Perspectives

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iconEpisode for July 2015

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.

July 3

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Heads up. EMRAP site undergoing major update in am. It will be down for a few hours. It will be worth the wait :)

July 2

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EEM Education Fellowship - Finalist voting is now open! http://t.co/KXVRoAwqkl http://t.co/AKPXUdd7PD

June 29

iconilene c. commented on Pediatric Pearls: The Normal Neonate
Thank you! more
iconAnand S., M.D. commented on Annals of Emergency Medicine – A Really Bad Poke in the Eye
Lindsay - thanks for the great points and thoughts on the topic. Paul and I agree that the focus in … more
iconBarbie B. commented on Pediatric Pearls: The Normal Neonate
exceptional segment. Thank you ! more

June 28

iconLindsay M. commented on Annals of Emergency Medicine – A Really Bad Poke in the Eye
A point of concern re: advising routine ED ultrasound of eyes with a suspected IOFB? This was a big … more

June 27

iconDr. Vandelay commented on Mental Health Month – Suicide
The article is suspiciously vague on detail. They state the suicide rate went from 28 to 16.5. Is … more

June 25

iconJuliana Lefebre, D.O. commented on Push-Dose Pressors: RANT! and response.
Dr. Mattu and Dr. Weingart,  •  Is there any other literature support of the use of push-dose … more
iconDarren B., M.D. commented on Back of the Bus – Should Paramedics Intubate Kids?
Sorry for the delay. Here is a response from Dr. Moore:  •  First is was LA/Orange County not San … more
iconDarren B., M.D. commented on Airway Corner – Vocal Cord Dysfunction
I discussed this with Dr. Kraai and neither of us could think of a reason it would be harmful at … more

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