- 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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Deciding whether or not the crack the chest of a blunt trauma arrest patient is confusing because there are conflicting guidelines and opinions. The authors of this study gave simple suggestions on who and who should not have a blunt trauma thoracotomy.