- Introduction: How to Accept Gratitude10:46Cardiology Corner: ACS State of the Art – Initial Workup17:48Paper Chase 1 - Brain Bleeds and Blood Pressure4:56Pediatric Pearls – Peds Psych - Bipolar and Medication Withdrawal10:47Pharmacology Pearls - Antiemetics and the QTc11:07Paper Chase 2 – Calf Clot Demystification6:15What is a Likelihood Ratio?10:24Pelvic Fractures – Anatomy of the Bleed18:54Paper Chase 3 - MRI in Pregnancy is OK, but not Gadolinium4:48Headache Diagnostic PathwayFree Chapter18:32Ultrasound and the Drug Mule6:41Toxicology Sessions - Fake Xanax7:18Cardiology Corner - ACS State of the Art – Evocative Testing12:42Pelvic Fractures Part 2 – Evaluation and Treatment12:44Community Medicine Rants – Should We Listen to Parents?7:45Paper Chase 4 – IO Lines – Size Matters3:49Focused Evaluation of First Trimester Vaginal Bleed20:46Paper Chase 5 – Non-Occupational HIV Prophylaxis4:57Pediatric Constipation3:073 Treatments for Refractory V Fib4:52National Lecture Series – Intubating the Hypotensive, Acidotic Patient13:52Annals of Emergency Medicine: Neonatal Airway11:13Mailbag and Summary19:20EM:RAP 2017 February Australian Edition17:35EM:RAP 2017 February Canadian Edition18:09EM:RAP 2017 February Spanish Edition1h, 21mEM:RAP 2017 February German Edition1h, 08mEM:RAP 2017 February French Edition28:00
Nurses Edition Commentary
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Dave Glaser says less is more when it comes to the ED evaluation of patients with uncomplicated first trimester vaginal bleeding. Blood tests, forget it. Urine, not routine. GC and chlamydia, why bother. Ultrasound? Now you’re talking!