- Introduction6:18Notes from the Community – Bronchiolitis – Part 222:32Paper Chase 1: ACEP on First Time Seizures12:43Twins Segment 1 - Twin Statistics1:39Cardiology Corner - A Common Sense PEA Algorithm25:38Paper Chase 2: ProCESS Trial8:36Critical Care Mailbag - Sepsis: Blood Pressure Targets - ProCESS and Albumin30:54Twins Segment 2 - Parasitic Twins59sPaper Chase 3: Video vs Direct Laryngoscopy - One More Time!10:57The Back of the Bus - The End of the Backboard?Free Chapter29:55Toxicology Sessions - Plan B and Emergency Contraception11:18Paper Chase 4: Is There a Decision Instrument for Renal Colic?8:56The LIN Sessions - Medical Photography13:38Twins Segment 3 - Cheng and Eng47sMedical Legal 101 - Insurance24:40Paper Chase 5: Does Codeine/APAP Actually Work?8:38HippoEM Reviews - CHF Update36:20Paper Chase 6: When a Non-diagnostic EKG Becomes a STEMI8:16August 2014 Summary12:16EM:RAP 2014 août Résumé en Francais1h, 05mEM:RAP 2014 August Aussie Edition1h, 13mEM:RAP 2014 August Canadian Edition30:52EM:RAP 2014 Augusto Resumen Español1h, 23m
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When was the last time running through the H's and T's of the ACLS PEA algorithm actually helped you? If you can count the number of times on one finger or less, Amal Mattu has good news - There’s a better way!