- Introduction – Swami Gets Pumped9:09Rib Fractures in the Elderly15:41Paper Chase 1 – Helmet PAP5:13Dyspnea in the Palliative Care PatientFree Chapter11:58Bouncebacks – Beta Blocker Overdose19:57Paper Chase 2 – Apneic Oxygen and the Airway Hero3:59Ankle Fractures21:16Point of Care Pediatric Urinalysis12:07Paper Chase 3 – Step-by-Step-Again4:23Toxicology Sessions – Loperamide Isn’t So Benign7:02Critical Care Mailbag – Head Trauma Etiquette14:47Nurse Practitioner Response Unit8:44Catheter Directed Thrombolysis for PE22:39Paper Chase 4 – Albuterol, Lactate, and Potassium3:52Lido in the IO4:21Strayerisms – Preventing Alcohol Withdrawal11:57Paper Chase 5 – Flex Ex Gets Spanked4:20Peri-arrest3:46Annals of Emergency Medicine – Postpartum Headache17:23Induction Doses in Shock6:05Summary19:11EM:RAP 2017 January Canadian Edition22:10EM:RAP 2017 January Australian Edition43:30EM:RAP 2017 January German Edition1h, 30mEM:RAP 2017 January French Edition32:33EM:RAP 2017 January Spanish Edition1h, 05m
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There’s an old adage that says elderly patients with rib fractures should be admitted for n+1 days. Is that realistic? Kenji give his approach to this often vexing question. As a teaser, he uses clinical judgement.