- August 2015 Introduction13:21Cholera Month – Introduction1:25Critical Care Mailbag – Intubation Post ROSC15:03Paper Chase 1 – Red Cell Cutoff to Identify Traumatic LP7:42Community Medicine Rants – Clinical Experience10:46Lessons from Quality Review19:45Paper Chase 2 – D-dimer and Aortic Dissection8:33Cholera Month – John Snow5:18Sepsis Decision Pathway: Recognition19:08Pharmacy Rounds: A fib Rate Control10:33Cardiology Corner – Aortic Dissection19:00Paper Chase 3 – Are Steroids Effective in Allergic Reaction6:12Cholera Month – Haiti – It’s Complicated5:18LIN Sessions – Over Testing16:56Sepsis Decision Pathway: Treatment23:45Paper Chase 4 – Clinda vs TMP/Sulfa for Soft-tissue Infection7:44Cholera Month – Oral Rehydration2:30Clinical SobrietyFree Chapter21:45Paper Chase 5 – Blunt Trauma Thoracotomy7:13Annals of Emergency Medicine: An Inside Job13:13August Summary17:36EM:RAP 2015 Août Résumé en Francais1h, 02mEM:RAP 2015 August Canadian Edition31:42EM:RAP 2015 August Aussie Edition58:17EM:RAP 2015 Agosto Resumen Español1h, 16m
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August brings part four of our conversation with Dr. Cam Berg on how his hospital standardizes, optimizes, and improves care of common conditions. This time, it’s the leviathan: SEPSIS. Reuben Strayer gives lessons hard learned from QA, while our in house pharmacologist Bryan Hayes gives the final word on which agent is better for A. Fib rate control. Amal Mattu is back with a cardiology corner on the scoundrel of cardiothoracic life threats: aortic dissection. Weingart dissects a complex case of post ROSC airway management and paper chase digs deep into blunt trauma thoracotomy. Annals of EM, LIN sessions, clinical sobriety and so much more!